"Let's All Create" is a fun interactive pack with loads of exciting activities for children to get involved in at home. Activities in this pack have been gathered from many different cultural and creative organisations and are designed to be fun for all ages. Children can have fun with activities such as making cut-out creations, or making a museum in a jar with things you have got at home! Just print the document below.
Many of the activities in the pack have been created by artists and facilitators living and working in the region and this collaborative effort has been made possible thanks to the energy and commitment of all of the cultural organisations featured, as well as the financial support of Festival Bridge, Norwich University of Arts and Norfolk County Council.
Make and decorate "My Lynn Cup" your very own King John Cup at home. Make a model of the King John Cup using anything you have at home. You can use junk you have at home, Lego, modelling clay, anything goes! Once you are done snap a quick pic and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. All images will be made into a showcase gallery we will use on Stories of Lynn website.
King's Lynn Community Cinema Club
KLCCC is an independent, not-for-profit organisation for film enthusiasts in the area. We aim to show a varied programme of films which reflect the tastes and interests of our members.
Films are screened at the historic St George’s Guildhall, King Street, usually on the second Thursday of the month. We programme two seasons per year, May-October and November-April, screening at least one film per month. Members pay a subscription of £17 per person for free admission to a season of films and must be over 18. You may join at any time and new members are always welcome.
Day memberships are available on the door at £5 per person.
For a full list of films please visit www.klccc.uk or our Facebook page.
Creative Arts East
Alive West Norfolk continue to work with Creative Arts East, to ensure that there is continued opportunity for access to high quality arts and cultural activities to the local communities. The aim of Creative Arts East is to bring more professional theatre and workshop opportunities to our local areas.
Creative Arts East are passionate about talking to people in the local area to discover your views on arts and culture in the local community.
They want to create opportunities that people are interested in, and it is their hope that they can create a sustainable and exciting programme of events and opportunities across West Norfolk.
If you would like to find out what is currently on in the area then check out Creative Arts East’s What’s On page here.
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