Never been to Minsmere before? Then this is the walk for you! With over 5700 recorded species and a wealth of history and archaeological highlights at Minsmere, there is so much to discover. Our friendly and knowledgeable RSPB guides will take you through the sights and sounds to be enjoyed at this time of year. Walks generally last 4 hours and are tailored according to the season and visitor knowledge. BOOKING ESSENTIAL - All bookings for this event are on-line via the Eventbrite website. Please see: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/magic-of-minsmere-weekend-wildlife-walk-at-rspb-minsmere-tickets-43393617478 .
Ticket Details: BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Adults £11.25, RSPB members £9, children £5.60, Wildlife Explorers £4.50 plus non-member reserve entry fees
Built in 1887 and standing 31 metres high Southwold Lighthouse is one of only ten lighthouses which Trinity House open to the public. Tours take place on selected dates March to October inclusive and are organised under licence by Southwold Millennium Foundation. Note that there is a MINIMUM HEIGHT restriction of 1.1 metres tall to climb the tower. Last tour commences 30 minutes before closing time.
Enquire in advance for tour bookings by schools, special interest groups and group bookings of ten or more people.
Ticket Details: Adult £4, child £3 (minimum height 1.1 metres). Family Ticket for 2 adults and up to 3 children £12
Venue: St. Edmund's Church, Southwold
Doors open at 6:45pm.
Performed by Pakefield Singers, with soloists : Soprano Katalin Prentice, Mezzo-soprano Diana Moore, Tenor Djinh Raoul Kamei, Bass Dhilan Gnanadurai and Terry Cunnane, piano and Alison Evans, organ. Vetta Wise conducts this performance of Rossini's exhuberant, joyous music.
Ticket Details: Ticket £12.00. Seating unreserved. Aged 16 years and under - FREE admission . Phone 01502 722572 or at door.
Venue: The Cut Arts Centre, Halesworth
This brand new amateur production of this uplifting and heartfelt story is presented by this acclaimed Norfolk touring company Livewire Opera.
Produced on the New York Stage by Harold Prince.
Original New York Stage Production Directed and Choreographed by JEROME ROBBINS.
The story centres on Tevye, the dairyman, a father who, like the other fathers in the small village of Anatevka, has raised his children to uphold the Jewish customs by which he was raised. Now the time has come to find husbands for his beloved daughters and as tradition dictates, suitable matches must be made. However, this is Tsarist Russia, 1905, and as the nation teeters on the brink of great upheaval, Tevye is soon to find the young are guided by their hearts not their elders…
Ticket Details: Ticket price - Standard £12.00, Concession £11.00, Under 16 £8.00
Who to Contact:
Box Office and Booking Tickets 0300 3033 211