Wednesday 18 April 2018 to Monday 28 May 2018
7.30pm in museum & libraries, 7pm Westacre Theatre & Downham Mkt Town Hall
When a farmer near Snettisham cast aside what he thought was an old brass bedstead, little did he know it was the beginning of one of the greatest iron age treasure discoveries in Europe.
Over the next 40 odd years 200 ancient torcs, elaborate neck ornaments, many made of gold, would be found on the site at Ken Hill.
Combine this with the story of Queen Boudica, as written by the Roman Cassius Dio, who described the rebellious Queen as wearing a golden torc around her neck and you have the foundation for one of the great moments in British history.
This is the story that several storytellers have woven together to create a dramatic re-imagining of how the legendary Queen summoned the might of many divided clans to challenge the power of Imperial Rome.
Boudicca’s rebellion against Rome. Storytelling for Adults & Older Teenagers.
18 April - Hunstanton
19 April - North Walsham
20 April - Fakenham
26 April - Dersingham
4 May - Gaywood
11 May - Wells
18 May - Cromer
Price: £5 libraries & DMkt Town Hall, £6 Museum, £8 & £10 Westacre Theatre
Location: Hunstanton, N Walsham, Fakenham, Dersingham, Gaywood, Wells, Cromer libraries. Westacre Theatre, Ancient House Museum, Downham Mkt Town Hall
Wildlife: Art Exhibition
17/09/2018 to 03/10/2018
Autumn Mixed Exhibtion
18/09/2018 to 19/10/2018
MarGins Walking Holiday - Curlew
24/09/2018 to 27/09/2018
National Nature Reserve Ramble
Pop Up Shops
27/09/2018 to 02/10/2018
Deepdale Festival 2018
28/09/2018 to 30/09/2018
Brancaster Staithe Guided Nature Walk
Children’s Bird ID
That film with a long name