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WHAT’S ON

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March 11

3 HUMAN PLANET LECTURE Guildhall of St George King’s Lynn (7.30pm) The current BBC1 series Human Planet is the subject of the next Royal Geographical Society lecture in association with King’s Lynn Festival. Series producer Dale Templar (above) reveals the stories behind the making of the remarkable production which is being shown on Thursday evenings. Tickets £12 (£11 concessions), RGS members £8 from the Corn Exchange box office on 01553 764864

WINE TASTING EVENING: BATTLE OF THE AMERICAS Bradley’s, King’s Lynn (7pm) Bradley’s ever-popular wine tasting evenings return with a transatlantic battle of tastes between four wines from the USA and four from South America – together with some fantastic food. A great opportunity to learn more about wine – in the best possible way! Cost £29.50 includes dinner and all wine samples. For more details and to book your place, contact 01553 819888

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BEHIND THE SCENES TOUR Peckover House, Wisbech Come and have a special look around some of the rooms in this magnificent house that aren’t usually open to visitors. Note that the tour involves several flights of stairs and there is a charge of £2.75 on top of the regular admission price. Call 01945 583463 for further details.

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LINOCUT PRINTING COURSE The Hare and the Hen, Dalegate Market (10am-3pm) One-day craft course by Amanda Colville. Learn how to produce a linocut print from start to finish using tools to create your own lino block. £45 per person including all tools and material as well as lunch at the Deepdale Cafe. Call 01485 541748 (evenings) for details

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4 THE HAVEN OF LYNN OVER NINE CENTURIES Trues Yard Museum, King’s Lynn (1pm) Part of the weekly lunchtime talks programme in association with the True’s Yard Research Centre, this free talk will be taken by guest speaker Susan Maddock of the Norfolk Record Office. Although the event is free, admission is by ticket only – available from True’s Yard by contacting 01553 770479.

11–13 FICTION FESTIVAL 2011 Town Hall, King’s Lynn Running annually since 1984 to promote new and established authors from across the globe, the Festival has something for everyone who enjoys reading. Sessions last for 90 minutes, with an interval for refreshments and a perusal of the bookstall, where festival authors will be happy to chat and sign copies of their books.

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The March 2011 issue of KL Magazine

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