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What's on March 2020

Posted in All - Posted 3 years ago

March is certainly a lively month with performances happening all around North Norfolk. From club classics to rock of the ages, there’s something for everyone!

Live S Club 7 Party at The OPEN – 7th March

“Reach for the stars!” Are you an S Club 7 fan? S Club 7 will be performing their classic chart-topping hits at The OPEN in Norwich along with The Never Forget DJs. A night full of classic party bangers is not to be missed!

Find out more here.

Seven Drunken Nights at Cromer Pier – 7th March

The story of the Dubliners returns to theatres, bringing Irish music to life! Direct from the West End, this show is a celebration of the group’s brilliant music and is a guaranteed evening of laughs, or ‘craic’ as they like to call it.

Find out more here.

Rock for Heroes in Cromer – 14th March

The greatest pop and rock celebration fundraising to support Help for Heroes. Performed by a live rock band, you can expect to hear the likes of Queen, David Bowie, AC/DC and lots more! There isn’t one bad wig here!

Find out more here.

Funny Girls on Tour at Cromer Pier – 20th March

Enjoy a night of classic and modern entertainment with a twist. The award-winning Funny Girls is a unique entertainment experience that has appeared twice on the Royal Variety. Get ready for a night of big laughs, up tempo singalong routines and theatrical classics.

Find out more here.

Spring Gala at North Norfolk Railway – 27th-29th March

North Norfolk Railway are holding their first spring gala of the year. Featuring demonstration goods trains and two visiting locomotives, this is an event train enthusiasts can’t afford to miss! Following the success of the previous event, they will be offering the ‘kids for a quid’ again this year too.

Find out more here.

Vintage Sixties Festival in Cromer – 28th and 29th March

Take a trip back to the swinging sixties with the Vintage Sixties Festival at Cromer Pier. Celebrating all things vintage during an era that brought us The Beatles, Twiggy and The Mini. Hundreds of classic scooters, motorbikes and vehicles will be on the promenade along with incredible dancers and singers.

Find out more here.