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A group of performers playing traditional instruments and wearing traditional hanseatic outfits on Tuesday Market Place.


Discover the huge range of events going on all year in west Norfolk. Whatever your interest, there is something happening in the area to suit you.

Event organisers can add local events to Visit West Norfolk through our online form (click here).

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Our listings give a shining light on colourful events across the west Norfolk area that hold a strong tourist or visitor appeal. If you are holding (or looking for) a service, local consultation or other regular community-focussed meeting or event beyond our scope, please do visit the links for externally-managed local community event platforms here: King’s Lynn Event Check, Downham Market Town Council, and Hunstanton Info.

Looking for year round inspiration? Check out our Email Newsletters page for past events in our three towns, coast and countryside.

  • Lamb Feeding & Lambing Live

    Church Farm Stow Bardolph, Stow Bardolph
    Thursday 15th February – Monday 6th May 2024. Bottle feeding to be held every day at: 10.30 – 11… (see listing)

    Lamb bottle feeding starts on Thursday 15th February 2024 until Monday 6th May 2024. This activity is part of the normal animal activities held at the Farm daily, so is not bookable as a private event.

  • Art for the Environment

    GroundWork Gallery, King’s Lynn
    Saturday 16th March – Saturday 8th June 2024.

    Art for the Environment showcases work by some of the most exciting artists emerging today who are drawing attention to our fragile planet.

  • Thanks For The Memories

    Alive Corn Exchange, King’s Lynn
    Monday 22nd April 2024, 2:30pm.

    Join Neil Sands for his brand new matinee show with more songs, more stunning costumes, more memories and even more fun. As he takes brings back musical memories The fabulous 40’s, The Rocking 50’s, The Swinging 60’s and The Sensational 70’s.

  • NT Live: Nye

    Westacre Theatre, West Acre
    Tuesday 23rd April 2024, 7:00pm.

    Michael Sheen (Good Omens, The Queen) plays Nye Bevan in a surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who transformed Britain’s welfare state and created the NHS.

  • Birdsong for Beginners

    RSPB Titchwell Marsh, Titchwell
    Tuesday 23rd April 2024, 8:30am – 10:30am.

    Are you ready to level up your bird song expertise and soak up the dawn chorus like a pro? Or maybe you’d prefer a more leisurely morning stroll? Either way, we’ve got you covered! Join us at 8am for a relaxing walk around Titchwell’s lush woodlands and reedbeds, with an enchanting bird symphony as our soundtrack.

  • Maybe Dick

    Westacre Theatre, West Acre
    Thursday 25th April 2024, 7:30pm.

    Herman Melville’s classic tale of revenge and retribution is retold in this inventive, comic retelling on the high seas from the company behind ‘Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show’ and ‘Dracula! One Bloody Fang After Another’.

  • Film: Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

    St. George’s Guildhall, King’s Lynn
    Thursday 25th April 2024, 7.30pm.

    An aspiring singer living with his grandmother in the capital of Bhutan dreams of getting a visa to move to Australia.

  • Coffee Mornings at Lynn Museum

    Lynn Museum, King’s Lynn
    Friday 23rd February 2024, 10:30am – 11:30am Friday 29th March 2024, 10:30am – 11:30am Friday 26th… (see listing)

    Every last Friday of the month, join us for a relaxing hot drink, cake and activity, ranging from crafts to handling artefacts. Each session will have a different activity.

  • Afternoon Talk – A Journey Beyond Our Solar System to the Edge of the Universe

    Lynn Museum, King’s Lynn
    Friday 26th April 2024, 2:00pm – 3:00pm.

    Alan Gosling FRAS, of the King’s Lynn & District Astronomy Society, will be returning in April to discuss deep space, using stunning photography of galaxies and nebulae from far beyond our planet.

  • Coffee Concert: Kleio Quartet

    King’s Lynn Town Hall, King’s Lynn
    Friday 26th April 2024, 11:00am.

    Dvorak’s endearing lyricism and exciting rhythmic vitality are all showcased in his Opus 106 which at its heart is conversational as most great string quartets are. This quartet conjures a dialogue through the lineage of great composers all the way back to Haydn, who’s “Largo” quartet opens the programme performed by Carl Mielsen International Chamber music Competition winners, the Kleio Quartet.