Outdoor Cinema, Theatre and Festivals in Norwich and the surrounding area over summer 2019. Family friendly events for all ages.
Here are some ideas for amazing outdoor events over the summer. This list is not exhaustive, if you have any more ideas, please let us know. Also, please check ahead to see if the events need tickets or for any further information.
How to save the planet in 45 minutes. Friday 2nd August, 11am Jenny Lind Park. 3pm Waterloo Park
The Magic Circus, Friday 9th August, 11am Jenny Lind Park, 3pm Waterloo Park
The Wind in the Willows Friday 16th August, 11am Jenny Lind Park, 3pm Waterloo Park
The History of England (the best bits), Friday 23rd August, 11am Jenny Lind Park, 3pm Waterloo Park
Festivals and Parades
Friday 26th July. Sunday 28th July, The Appleyard, Kenninghall Rd, Banham, Norwich NR16 2HE. Banhamfest is a new family festival, developing the spirit felt at the early days of Latitude, Wilderness and Harvest. A safe environment for children to run round late into the evening. £5-£35, under 5s go FREE.
Friday 26th July to Sunday 4th August . Carnival Parade: Saturday 3rd August.Various ticket prices
27th July 2019. FREE
Clifftop Festival, Gorleston on Sea
Saturday 27th – Sunday 28th July. FREE
Saturday 27th-Sunday 28th July, Celebrating rural life, farming, crafts and produce. £6, under 12s FREE
Aestival 2019, Raveningham Gardens,
Sunday 28th July. 10am-4pm. Celebrating our beauitful natural and build environment.Age 12 and under free,£5
Sat 17th and Sun 18th August, FREE to attend, some ticketed events
All About Dogs, the Norfolk Showground
25th and 26th August 2019, £6.50-£12
Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
Friday 2nd August: The Greatest Showman, 8.30pm
Saturday 3rd August: Mary Poppins (1964) 8.30pm
Cinema only, arrival from 6pm. Adults £15, Children £10.Cinema and Garden entry from 10am. Adult £20, Children £12.50.