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Time and Tide. Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock. Photographs by Harry Hammond
Showing until Sunday 2 October
A touring exhibition from the V&A of photographs by showbiz photographer Harry Hammond, who captured definitive images of rock and roll stars of the ‘50s and ‘60s. Plus memorabilia from Great Yarmouth’s rock and roll heyday. Find out more here.
What’s On at Norwich Museums, Out Now!
Click here or on the image to download your copy of the new What’s On leaflet.
Find out about our new exhibition British Art Show 8 as well as a host of talks, workshops and activities throughout the summer.
Norfolk Museums Service gets green light from Heritage Lottery Fund to transform Norwich Castle Keep
Norfolk Museums Service has received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for the Norwich Castle: Gateway to Medieval England project.
An initial development grant of £462,400 will be a major boost to the multi-million pound plan to transform Norwich Castle’s iconic Keep into one of the region’s premier heritage attractions. A further £8.7 million has been earmarked towards the project and a second application for the full grant will be made at a later date.
Read more about this exciting project here.
Norfolk Museums 2016 leaflet now available
Discover all ten museums in one booklet - plus events and exhibitions to look out for this year.
British Art Show 8
For the first time in its history the country’s most prestigious contemporary art exhibition, British Art Show 8, is coming to East Anglia. Hosted by Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norwich University of the Arts and the Forum, British Art Show 8 will feature over 100 works by 42 established and emerging contemporary artists. Find out more here.
Voices from the Workhouse
There are big changes happening at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse.
“Voices from the Workhouse” is a three-year Heritage Lottery Fund project which will transform the museum displays telling the real stories of the people who lived and worked in the workhouse.
Using original accounts, amazing collections and the beautiful building, this project will explore these stories and find out why they are still important today. For the first time it will also examine life at Gressenhall in the 20th century when it became an old people’s home.
For all the latest news and project updates, please visit the Voices from the Workhouse webpage.
Dates for your diary
Jul 02Halfway to Paradise: The Birth of British Rock
Jul 02The Rattler
Jul 02Token Traders
Jul 02Art of the Mart: Savages, Famous Fairground Makers of Lynn Exhibition
Jul 02Flint Rocks! Exhibition
Jul 03Flint Rocks! Exhibition
Jul 03Summer Sundays
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