Posted Nov 05 2019

November Newsletter

Plenty to choose from this winter with King's Lynn Festival Extra

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Plenty to enjoy with our Extra programme
The Festival Extra programme continues into winter with two great exhibitions at the Fermoy Gallery and the Red Barn.

Painting the Personal features artists including Gwen John, Aliza Nisenbaum and Jacqueline Morreau and is the third in a series of exhibitions exploring the notion of place. It opened to the public on November 2 and runs to the 23 with free entry.

There will be a special tour with Dr Rosy Gray, curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Norwich Castle, on Wednesday, November 6. Advance bookings only for the tour on 01553 767557 and tickets for the 30-minute informal talk are £5.

Running alongside the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery exhibition is Scroll Through Lynn - a community art project being run with the Stories of Lynn. It features an array of colourful work by local children and groups and is on display in the Red Barn to complement Painting The Personal.

We also have two of our popular coffee concerts coming up, a film you won't want to miss and a great talk from BBC presenter Gillian Burke.

There is plenty to choose from and the details are below and can also be found on our website.
Painting the Personal : Modern and Contemporary Art from Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery. November 2 to 23 in the Fermoy Gallery.
Tour with Dr Rosy Gray on November 6 at 11am - tickets £5 from Festival Office 01553 767557 - advance bookings only. 
More details here
Scroll Through Lynn exhibition in the Red Barn - works created by the community and schools.
A complementary exhibition also open from November 2 to 23 with free entry. In partnership with Stories of Lynn and a joyful vision of the town in different mediums.
Full details about the project can be found here
Coffee concert with the Magnard Ensemble at 11am. King's Lynn Town Hall on November 15. Tickets £13 (under 18s £7) includes coffee/tea and cake - served at 10:30am.
Details here
Film: Woman at War (2018, 12A, 101 mins, subtitled) £5 at St George's Guildhall, 2:30pm Saturday November 16. Activist Hella goes to war with aluminium industry in rural Iceland. (in partnership with King's Lynn Community Cinema Club)
Gillian Burke, presenter of BBC Autumnwatch, will be at St George's Guildhall on November 16 at 7:30pm taking a behind-the-scenes look at life on the popular programme. Tickets £14 (£12 under 18 and RGS-IBS members)
Details here
Coffee Concert: Toby White (cello) and Marina Staneve (piano) at King's Lynn Town Hall on December 6 from 11am. Tickets £13 (£7 under 18) includes tea/coffee and cake served at 10:30am.
Tickets on sale from November 15
Look our for a fabulous Friday 13th in March, with a film and evening talk. White Crow (12A) will be shown at 2:30pm at St George's Guildhall in partnership with King's Lynn Community Cinema Club.
There will be a talk by Felicity Aston MBE - Polar Exposure: The Women's Euro Arabian North Pole Expedition at  7:30pm, also in the Guildhall. 
All the details can be found on our website
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