Wymondham and Attleborough Events

A Norfolk-based rock band has made it through to the national final of a battle of the bands competition.

Characters from everyone’s favourite fairy-tale films will come alive at an upcoming charity cabaret show.

There’s plenty of music and family fun going on in our area this weekend. Here are our top 10.

A Norfolk band that wants to see “proper rock back in the charts” is vying to be part of a national music final in London.


After the massive success of their production in Dragon Hall in 2013, Crude Apache Theatre stage an outdoor touring production of Peter Bellamy’s legendary folk-opera.


Norwich folk singer Peter Bellamy’s ground-breaking ballad opera is being revived by local theatre company Crude Apache for the series of performances in parks and outdoors spaces in August.


There are events big and small to enjoy this weekend. Here are our top 10 suggestions.


Cake makers are being invited to whip out their best creations for a ‘cake off’ as part of a town’s upcoming vintage day.


Public events are planned for Attleborough each weekend in August as part of an effort to promote the town, its clubs, businesses and community spirit.

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Now that Mr D’s, a 50s-themed diner near Attleborough, has closed, we take a look at some of the other great American restaurants across the county where you can get your foodie fix.

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In the Abbey the Wymondham Choral Society under Claire Dixon made its contribution to the town’s fortnight-long festival with a lively performance of Handel’s Alexander’s Feast.

This year’s event, which took place on Sunday (July 23) at King’s Head Meadow, had the theme of children’s book characters.

Organisers have hailed the success of this year’s Wymondham Music Festival, which drew thousands of people to the south Norfolk town.


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