DIARY - July 22-29

THURSDAYEVENTSDISS. Corn Hall, St Nicholas Street: Film - Akenfield (PG) introduced by the author of the book, Ronald Blythe, 8pm �4/students �2, 01379 652241.

THURSDAY

EVENTS

DISS. Corn Hall, St Nicholas Street: Film - Akenfield (PG) introduced by the author of the book, Ronald Blythe, 8pm �4/students �2, 01379 652241.

SHOWS

EYE. Eye Castle: Henry V (drama) by Shakespeare - Mouth To Mouth Theatre Productions, outside performance, 7.30pm adults �15/first child �10, second child �6, third child �3, fourth child free, 0845 673 2123.

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FRIDAY

EVENTS

DISS. Corn Hall, St Nicholas Street: Justin Partyka in conversation with George Szirtes, 7.30pm �6, 01379 652241.

HETHERSETT. Jubilee Youth Club: Hethersett's Got Talent finals, age categories, 0-11, 12-16, 17 plus, 7.30pm free entry, public tickets �2 from village outlets; information 01603 811647, Hethersett Library or www.hethersett.org.uk.

LITTLE MELTON. Crusaders Rugby Club: Crusaders Beer Festival, 40 real ales and ciders, live music from Who's the Band, camping facilities, 6.30-midnight �3 per night or �5 for weekend, 07770 811928.

WICKLEWOOD. Village Hall: Village Screen presents Alice in Wonderland (PG), 7.45pm �4.50, 01953 603668.

SHOWS

EYE. Eye Castle: Henry V (drama) by Shakespeare - Mouth To Mouth Theatre Productions, outside performance, 7.30pm adults �15/first child �10, second child �6, third child �3, fourth child free, 0845 673 2123.

CONCERTS

DISS. St Mary the Virgin Parish Church: Lunch time concert by Jenny Eason (piano), Karen Stanghan (flute), flowed by ploughman's lunch in St Mary's Hall, 12.30pm �3.50.

HINGHAM. St Andrew's Church: Simon Nelson's Dixie Mix Jazz Band, 7.30pm �8/children �4, 01953 850369 or on door.

GIGS

BOTESDALE. Greyhound: Tinks and Ball (blues/rock), 8pm.

SATURDAY

EVENTS

HETHERSETT. Memorial Playing Field, Recreation Road: London 2012 Open Weekend - Sport in the Park, sports include athletics, football, cycle speedway, tennis, badminton, martial arts, bowls, tug of war and more, stalls, barbecue, 11am-4pm.

HINDERCLAY. Village Hall: Summer fete, various stalls, ski bowl, refreshments, photographic and garden produce competition, 2pm.

LITTLE MELTON. Beckhithe: Crusaders Beer Festival, 40 real ales and ciders from local breweries, with music from The Rum Brothers (afternoon) and Second to None (evening), camping available (just turn up), 11.30am-midnight �3 or �5 for the weekend.

ROCKLANDS. All Saints Church: Flower Festival, cakes, lunches, bric-a-brac, village history display, 10am-5pm (also at St Peter's Church) donations welcome.

THORNHAM MAGNA. Thornham Walled Garden: Beyond the Wall summer workshops, in photography, music and drumming, gardening and conservation, for people aged 16-25 that are disadvantages and with mixed disabilities, 11am-3pm free.

SHOWS

EYE. Eye Castle: Henry V (drama) by Shakespeare - Mouth To Mouth Theatre Productions, outside performance, 7.30pm adults �15/first child �10, second child �6, third child �3, fourth child free, 0845 673 2123.

NEW BUCKENHAM. Village Hall: Breckland Theatre Festival: Philea P Souper (slapstick, mime and music) - Loon and Theatre mimi, 7pm �6/children (under 16) �3/under 5s free, 01953 860708.

CONCERTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. St Mary's Church: Songs of Earth, concert by Norwich-based community Choir Hearts & Voices including pop arrangements, world songs and contemporary compositions around a theme of the earth, 7.45pm, doors 7pm �7.50/�5 concs �6/�4 if purchased in advance from Nuts & Bolts, Attleborough or The Book Fountain, reservations 01508 489619.

DEOPHAM. Parish Church: Concert by d'Capo, wine, fruit juice and nibbles, 7.30pm �5; proceeds St Mary's Church, Hackford.

GIGS

HARLESTON. Apollo Club function hall: Lou and the Diamonds (60s), 8.30pm.

HETHERSETT. Hethersett Social Club: Mister Buss, 9pm.

Social Club: Mister Buss, 8.30pm.

WYMONDHAM. The Feathers: Feathers Fest 2010 featuring Matt Waton, Tallis and Magic Folk, 8-11.30pm free admission.

SUNDAY

EVENTS

DISS. Christian Community Church: A service of healing and remembrance for all who have lost a baby through miscarriage, abortion or stillbirth as well as during the early months of life, 4pm.

HETHERSETT. Hethersett High School, Main Hall: London 2012 Open Weekend - Churches Together Olympic-themed service for all denominations, 10am.

Junior School: London 2012 Open Weekend - Fun Run and Walk, on closed and marshalled roads, first aid and water station provisions, certificate and memento for all finishers, come in fancy dress and raise sponsorship, warm-up sessions hosted by Olympic athlete Paul Evans from 10.30am, event starts 11am �2/under 16s �1; information 07879 628943.

Memorial Playing Field, Recreation Road: London 2012 Open Weekend - Hethersett Athletic Ladies vs Girls five-a-side football competition, barbecue and refreshments available, spectators welcome, registration from 9am, starts 10am; information 01603 811052.

LITTLE MELTON. Beckhithe: Crusaders Beer Festival, 40 real ales and ciders from local breweries, 11.30am-3pm �3.

PULHAM MARKET. Falcon: Karen's quiz, 7.30pm.

ROCKLANDS. All Saints Church (signposted): Flower Festival, cakes, lunches, bric-a-brac, village history display, 10am-5pm (also at St Peter's Church) donations welcome.

SOUTH LOPHAM. Redgrave and Lopham Fen: Spiders at the Fen, explore the variety of spiders on the fen, including the rare raft fen spider, guided walks and children's activities, 11am-4pm �2/children �1.

MONDAY

EVENTS

ROCKLANDS. All Saints Church (signposted): Flower Festival, cakes, lunches, bric-a-brac, village history display, 10am-5pm (also at St Peter's Church) donations welcome.

TUESDAY

EVENTS

ATTLEBOROUGH. Connaught Hall: Cash bingo, bar, 7.30pm.

SHOWS

EYE. Eye Castle: Henry V (drama) by Shakespeare - Mouth To Mouth Theatre Productions, outside performance, 7.30pm adults �15/first child �10, second child �6, third child �3, fourth child free, 0845 673 2123.

WEDNESDAY

SHOWS

EYE. Eye Castle: Henry V (drama) by Shakespeare - Mouth To Mouth Theatre Productions, outside performance, 7.30pm adults �15/first child �10, second child �6, third child �3, fourth child free, 0845 673 2123.

THURSDAY

SHOWS

EYE. Eye Castle: Henry V (drama) by Shakespeare - Mouth To Mouth Theatre Productions, outside performance, 7.30pm adults �15/first child �10, second child �6, third child �3, fourth child free, 0845 673 2123.

GIGS

BOTESDALE. Greyhound: Buskers night, 7.30pm.

DISS. Corn Hall, St Nicholas Street: Gagadilo (Jamaican rhythms and Afro-Balkan melodies), 8pm �8/students �6, 01379 652241.