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Family Friendly events

Dear All

Please feel free to pass on details of the following free & family friendly events we have in this year’s King’s Lynn Festival.

In particular you may be interested in our “Fun with the Duelling Violin Brothers”  event which takes place at the Corn Exchange on 16th July at 12.45pm (details below).  This event is supported by Music Hub and will offer a great introduction to classical music for school children and their families.  The event is free to groups and individuals, but you will need to pick up a ticket from the Corn Exchange 01553 764864 or order online via the following linkhttp://www.kingslynnfestival.org.uk/whats-on?vieweventdetails&eventid=453&event=Vladimir--Anton-Fun-with-the-Duelling-Violin-Brothers

We look forward to seeing you all in the Festival.

Monday 24 July 1.30pm at All Saints’ Church, Hillington  Square there will be a short, free pop-up classical music concert by the Gildas Quartet – great for parents who would like their young children to see a live music performance lasting approx. 30 minutes. 

Friday 21 July 3.00pm at Groundwork Gallery (King Street) enjoy 30 minutes of free music played by Annabel Knight (flute & recorder).

Friday 28 July 1.30pm at Lynn Museum you can “pop in for £1” to see the museum’s latest exhibits and listen to 30 minutes of free music played on violin and cello by musicians from the award winning Delta Trio.

Saturday 29 July at 3.30pm in St Georges Guildhall join us as we explore Planet Earth II: Behind the scenes.

Tickets cost £14 with under 18’s and RGS-IBG members £11.

Planet Earth II captured the imagination of viewers around the world. But how did the BBC film crew find their amazing animal stories? Join award-winning producer Dr Chadden Hunter, as he reveals the secrets of making Planet Earth II and shares never-before-seen footage from the series.