5 things to do this weekend in Norfolk
PUBLISHED: 17:38 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 17:38 08 January 2018
What’s on in Norfolk this weekend? We have selected some of the best events that are not to be missed
1. The Road to Ypres, The Forum, Norwich (10th to 31st January)
Make a trip to The Forum in Norwich to see the work of esteemed photographer, Olive Edis. As the first British woman to be appointed as an official war photographer, she was an exceptional portrait artist and pioneer of technology, photographing everyone from local fishermen and their families to prime ministers, royalty, scientists and artists. This exhibition will explore a unique collection of photographs taken during her month long tour of war-torn Europe in March 1919.
This exhibition is free
2. Shoes!, Lynn Museum, Kings Lynn (until June)
Fashion and history lovers will adore this exhibition exploring the changes in footwear styles from the 13th century to the present day.
Admission is free until 31st March
3. Take a winter walk from Blakeney to Stiffkey (perfect in winter)
Starting in the picturesque north Norfolk village of Blakeney, walkers can join the Norfolk Coast Path heading past saltmarshes and fields through Morston Quay and on to Stiffkey.
4. Exhibition: The Russia Season: Royal Fabergé and Radical Russia, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts (until 11th February 2018)
Visit the Sainsbury Centre for a chance to see more of Russia’s vast history in The Russia Season: Royal Fabergé and Radical Russia.
5. Brick Wonders, The Forum, Norwich (until 21st January)
Curated by artist Warren Elsmore, Brick Wonders at The Forum in Norwich is a wonderful family-friendly exhibition featuring half a million bricks of Lego. Expect to see the seven wonders of the ancient world, Old London Bridge, airport, modern wonders and much more.
This is a free exhibition