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What's On - Upcoming Events

Time and Tide

Every Tuesday 10.30 to 11.30 am

Get hands-on with your heritage at the Time and Tide Museum!

This informal hour is especially for local people who enjoy chatting about Great Yarmouth's heritage. Each session will focus on one selected object and explore the town's history.

Free of charge, no need to book just drop in.

Lowestoft Dance Map

Register Your Interest

DanceEast is looking for individuals, schools and community groups to get involved in the 2019 Lowestoft Dance Map project, working with Glass House Dance and the Lowestoft Museum to create a performance through workshops which celebrates aspects of Lowestoft’s rich history. To register your interest contact Alysha Hudson on alysha.hudson@danceeast.co.uk.

Untold Tales

Register Your Interest

The Marina Theatre’s school playwriting festival returns for 2019 and they'd love to have you onboard. Untold Tales explores stories and how they work, encouraging young people to get creative and helping them capture their ideas on paper in the form of play scripts. They are looking for 10 local schools to work with, to register your schools interest please click here.

SeaChange Arts

29th March 2019

Circulate brings together Great Yarmouth’s finest creative talent for an evening of stimulating talks, funding surgeries, performance and creative chat. If you’re interested in developing the cultural scene in the area, get involved! To sign up for a 5 minute slot on our ˜Soap Box” – a quick-fire opportunity for you to share news and tell us about your forthcoming projects. Email hello@seachangearts.org.uk for further information.

Lowestoft Dance Map

24th April 2019

DanceEast are holding a taster session at The Seagull Theatre for the 2019 Lowestoft Dance Map. If you are interested in attending regular workshops to create a performance that celebrates Lowestoft’s rich history just pop along. For further information please contact Alysha Hudson on alysha.hudson@danceeast.co.uk.

Creative Centre Summit

14th May 2019

The Creative Centres Summit will explore the changing nature of town centres and high streets and the role of creatives (individuals and organisations) in creating great places in this dynamic environment.

The purpose of the event is to explore some of the issues facing town centres and high streets today and the ways that creative approaches can offer radical and innovative solutions to place making initiatives. To find out more information and to book your place please click here.

Circulate at the Drill House

28th June 2019

Circulate brings together Great Yarmouth’s finest creative talent for an evening of stimulating talks, funding surgeries, performance and creative chat. If you’re interested in developing the cultural scene in the area, get involved! To sign up for a 5 minute slot on our ˜Soap Box” – a quick-fire opportunity for you to share news and tell us about your forthcoming projects. Email hello@seachangearts.org.uk for further information.

Untold Tales

2nd July 2019

Save the date - A chance to see local school children’s scripts come to life. Untold Tales enables young people to get creative and helps them capture their ideas on paper in the form of play scripts. A selection of these scripts will be brought to the Marina Theatre stage by professional. Ticket details to be confirmed.

SeaChange Arts

27th September 2019

Circulate brings together Great Yarmouth’s finest creative talent for an evening of stimulating talks, funding surgeries, performance and creative chat. If you’re interested in developing the cultural scene in the area, get involved! To sign up for a 5 minute slot on our ˜Soap Box” – a quick-fire opportunity for you to share news and tell us about your forthcoming projects. Email hello@seachangearts.org.uk for further information.

Circulate at the Drill House

29th November 2019

Circulate brings together Great Yarmouth’s finest creative talent for an evening of stimulating talks, funding surgeries, performance and creative chat. If you’re interested in developing the cultural scene in the area, get involved! To sign up for a 5 minute slot on our ˜Soap Box” – a quick-fire opportunity for you to share news and tell us about your forthcoming projects. Email hello@seachangearts.org.uk for further information.