What’s on this weekend in Norfolk
PUBLISHED: 17:20 14 January 2019 | UPDATED: 17:21 14 January 2019
We have gathered some great events in Norfolk for this weekend
• Classical concert (Sat 19 Jan)
The Norfolk and Norwich Novi Sad Association’s annual Paul Cross Memorial Concert is at the Assembly House, Norwich and will feature works by JS Bach, Philippe Gaubert, Sigfrid Karg-Elert and the Serbian composer I.Baji. Proceeds go to the Milan Petrovi School in Novi Sad.
Assembly House, Norwich. 7.30pm. £18, students £7. Box office 01603 598688
• Watton Antiques & Collectors Fair (Sun 20 Jan)
There will be up to 50 stalls teeming with an eclectic variety of antiques including crockery, silver, glassware, paintings, furniture, books, militaria etc. Expect tea and cakes in the Vintage Cafe too.
The Queens Hall, Norwich Road, Watton. 8.30am to 3.30pm, free admission
This exhibition details the origins of Circus from the Ancient Greek ‘Hippodromes’ through to the Great Yarmouth ‘Hippodrome’ of modern day. The exhibition will feature a series of loans from private lenders and objects drawn from the Norfolk Museum Service collections. Many of these pieces have not been displayed in public since they were last used in performances.
Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life. 12pm to 4pm, entrance to exhibition is included in museum admission
• Brewery Tour and Tasting (Sat 19 Jan)
Tour Wildcraft Brewery and find out how the brewery came to be and lots about the brewing process. Expect lots of tasters - so consider coming in a taxi!
Wildcraft Brewery, Foragers’ Rest, Coltishall Road, Buxton. 11am. £10 per person
• Mexican night at Redwell Brewery (Sun 20 Jan)
There will be tasty Mexican food galore for this themed night at Redwell Brewery thanks to Big Bois Barbecue. Tacos, burritos and the Big Boi Burger will accompany the brewery’s beers.
Redwell Brewing, Three Arches Brewing Ltd, The Arches, Bracondale, Trowse