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Walsingham News

Open air garden theatre at Walsingham Abbey, Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing







We welcome back Chapterhouse Theatre Company, returning to perform ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ in the Abbey Grounds on Thursday 21st August at 7pm

“Magical theatre in magical surroundings”

Raise a glass with family and friends this summer as you join Chapterhouse Theatre Company, returning to Walsingham Abbey for an evening of true Shakespearian merriment. As the incomparable Beatrice and her begrudging match Benedick are tricked into confessing their love for each other, hilarious and heart-stoppingly romantic consequences ensue.

Complete with jealous schemes and a whole host of delightfully cheeky characters, this light-hearted love story is sure to entertain and enthral. As you picnic beneath midsummer skies, allow the magic of the masquerade to capture your imagination and whisk you far away.

Book your tickets now! Booking in person from the admissions desk at Walsingham Shirehall Museum, 01328 820510 open every day 11am-4pm

Online booking www.seetickets.com

Tickets: Adult £14 / Student or Child £10 / Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £42

Performance at 7pm. Doors open at 6pm for picnics.

Entrance on the night at both the medieval Gatehouse in Walsingham High Street, and via the Shirehall Museum


St Seraphim’s Newsletter Summer 2014

Please click on the following link to see the Summer Newsletter for St Seraphim’s: St Seraphims Newsletter No 7 Summer 2014

Walsingham Picture Palace July cinema screening: The Book Thief

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Festival of Art and Flower, 25th-27th July, St Giles Church

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Bridewell Street Road Closure

Between 15 and 17 July 2014,  Openreach via their contractors will be closing Bridewell Street in order to install cables to enable superfast broadband as part of the Better Broadband for Norfolk Project.


Holt Antiques Grand Opening weekend 7th & 8th June

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