Evening events

saltySalthouse Church, Cross St. NR25 7XH

the events below were really well attended and atmospheric – THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO CAME. When the work is going to be shown elsewhere I will update this page with new dates

Sunday 26 May 2013 6-8pm
FREE ENTRY
engrained voices exhibition launch event
including Hugh Lupton’s Norfolk Folktales book launch. The official launch of engrained voices with drinks, snacks, music and storytelling

Friday 31 May 2013 7.30-9.30pm
£8 entry PLEASE PAY AT THE DOOR
Storytelling evening: Saints and Scoundrels
Legends of the Norfolk Saints, a rich mixture of piety bloodshed and magic
For Adults and older children (12yrs+)

Friday 7 June 2013 7.30-9.30pm
£8 entry PLEASE PAY AT THE DOOR
Storytelling evening: The Mardling Acre
Folk tales, legends and songs from the gossiping acres of East Anglia
For Adults and older children (12yrs+)

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8 Responses to Evening events

  1. karen knight says:

    Look forward to being with you on May 26th

  2. Michael McGarvie says:

    How do we get tickets for the event on the 26th? Or do we just turn up and get them on the night?
    Many thanks

    • thanks for the enquiry – we’re not issuing tickets as such and are just going to charge £8 at the door. There should be lots of room on the pews hopefully, but to guarantee you get a seat come early. We’ll be there all day

  3. godscall says:

    Looking forward to coming on the 7th to hear – and see – some Norfolk tales!

  4. Michael McGarvie says:

    Hello again – sorry to be a nuisance but I just noted that Hugh Lupton’s website lists the Saints and Scoundrels storytelling evening as 1st June. Can you confirm please that it is Friday 31st May? Many thanks.

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