St Andrews Hall, Norwich
12th June 12-5pm
The Vintage Fair returns to Norwich for a Summer special. Come and join us in the beautiful St.Andrews Hall for 45 stalls of vintage fashion form the 1940s-1980s.
Our traders sell vintage clothing, accessories, jewellery, homeware, collectables, rework vintage, handmade clothing, millinery and cupcakes!
The Vintage Tea Party
…Our vintage tea party will be serving up delicious tea and cupcakes on fine vintage china.
The Vintage Hair Salon
Our vintage hair salon will be run by Flamingo Amy who will be styling hair and make up all day at the fair in a pop up salon, email email@example.com to book a recommended slot
Sunday 12th June
12pm – 5pm
Performers – We’re looking for local perfomers that would like to make use of the large stage at St.Andrews Hall and share their talents. Email Louise on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss
Traders – Local traders are always welcome at our events, in particular we are looking for 1940s & 50s traders and Mens traders (Mens traders stand for free) email Louise on email@example.com to join our traders team
Cinema City, Norwich
13th May 11pm
United Kingdom, United States 1980, 119 mins
Kubrick’s superb essay on fluorescent-lit horror (based on Stephen King) with Nicholson as the deranged author ‘Jack’ installed as winter caretaker of an empty snowbound hotel in the company of his wife (Shelley Duvall) and psychically gifted son.
Bleakly humorous and mesmerising.
Cinema City, Norwich
Monday 9th May 6:15pm and Wednesday 11th May 2:45pm
United Kingdom 1953, 75 mins
Director: Maurice Elvey
Starring: Sid James, Diana Dors, David Tomlinson
Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary sees US army airman Laurie Vining (Bonar Colleano) hankering after a little rest and recreation with his new bride, when his gorgeous ex, Candy (Diana Dors), arrives insisting they’re still man and wife. Wisecracking co-pilot Hank Hanlon (Sid James) and girl-shy lawyer Frank Betterton (David Tomlinson) try to lend a hand – but Laurie’s troubles have only just begun…
A good, old-fashioned, fast-paced bedroom farce based on a West End hit, this delicious dose of effervescent vintage comedy stars Britain’s blondest bombshell, the ever-popular Diana Dors, at her saucy best, with terrific support from a fine cast of familiar faces.
We are delighted to welcome Kate Lees from Adelphi Films to introduce the screening on Monday 9 May.