The Hippodrome Halloween Spooktacular, set in Britain’s only surviving total circus building in Great Yarmouth, offers a family-friendly spectacle. This year, the show features comedy duo Jack Jay and Johnny Mac, who embark on a spooky adventure with a host of world-class circus performers.
The Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach is a historic amusement park located in the seaside resort town of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, on the English east coast. The park first opened in 1909 and has been operating ever since. The largest and most popular ride at the park is the wooden Roller Coaster which was built there in 1932.
The Hippodrome Circus and Water Summer Spectacular is Great Britain’s longest-running summer season and features the world’s greatest circus acts, comedy duo Jack Jay and Johnny Mac. As well as the world-famous water spectacular where the ring sinks to reveal a gigantic swimming pool – an original feature since 1903, that cannot be seen anywhere else.
Norwich Theatre has announced its programme of creative and fun activities for the February half term (Mon 13 Feb – Fri 17 Feb). The week is jam-packed with events to get you moving, making, acting and imagining.
You’ll experience an exciting new interactive, immersive Jurassic trail in the Valley of the Dinosaurs, featuring new animatronic dinosaurs for all prehistoric fans to enjoy, and will be transported back in time to a land where dinosaurs roamed freely.
Enter a world of magic and fantasy with Disney’s classic movie Bedknobs and Broomsticks. When the three orphaned Rawlins children are reluctantly evacuated from wartime London to live with the mysterious Eglantine Price, they have no idea what adventures lie ahead.
The new Rock Pool Explorer experience at Great Yarmouth, allows visitors to see underwater creatures up close and learn about how they live and interact with their surroundings. From beautiful bright Anemones that flow with the tides, to a
If you go down to the woods today at Lady Ferrar’s Wood in the heart of the Raynham Estate, Norfolk you’ll happen upon the new UK Adventure Trails event for the first time in East Anglia.
With the schools just days away from closing their doors for summer. I have been busy planning our summer family adventures. Unfortunately, we are still no closer to an outcome for Roo’s recent knee injury so our family adventures will be somewhat limited this summer to accommodate her reduced mobility.
INTERLUDE in the CLOSE will take place in the iconic and historic Norwich Cathedral Close in a big-top circus tent, from 14 Jul to 30 Aug 2021, in partnership with Lost in Translation Circus, Norwich Cathedral and Norwich School.