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Watton and Swaffham Events

There’s plenty of music and family fun going on in our area this weekend. Here are our top 10.

Rain, rain — go away. With today’s heavy showers it pays to be prepared for your summer fun not to be spoilt. Thankfully there is still plenty to do with wellies and an umbrella.

With the summer holidays in full swing, here are a selection of things to do in West Norfolk this weekend.

Norfolk Events

Cromer carnival-goers had a chance to try their hand at preparing the town’s most famous fare, at an open-air crab-dressing competition staged as part of an afternoon of children’s events.

Norwich

Top reggae band UB40 is coming to north Norfolk – and some of our lucky readers can win FREE tickets to the show.

United Kingdom

Norwich arts venue The Garage is to extend the number of performing arts qualifications it offers by running a GCSE drama course from January 2018.

Norwich

Eating Out or Eating In

From custard to chicken katsu, an innovative Norfolk chef is bringing sweet and savoury buns to the heart of Norwich Market.

Norwich

Up-and-coming chefs got to put their own spin on a traditional dessert for a prestigious county-wide culinary contest.

Easton and Otley College

Calling all whisky lovers! Norwich patisserie Macarons & More have teamed up with The English Whisky Co. to create a new range of treats.

Film & Cinema

Written and directed by David Lowery, the film is an oddity, a haunting drama of love after death that drapes Oscar winner Casey Affleck in a flowing white sheet as the titular spectre for the majority of the running time.

John Leitch’s action-packed spy caper, based on the graphic novel The Coldest City by Antony Johnston and Sam Hart is so knowingly 1980s in that it is all style and no substance and the style becomes numbing.

Recommended Film of the Week: The Hitman’s Bodyguard (15)

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