Victorian Nights

There are always great things happening in Norwich but there are also, of course, plenty of amazing things happening all around the county as well.

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One of the things that Vintage Norwich is most excited about this summer is the forthcoming Victorian Nights – a brand new festival in Norfolk.

With their remit to amaze, delight and inspire the team of Victorian Nights are bringing 12 events across North Norfolk over two days  – the 18th to 20th May.

 

Events will take place in Cromer, Sheringham and Wells-next-the-sea.

 

Laura Crossley, who is coordinating the project said:

“The Victorian Era was a very special time in North Norfolk’s history, as the coming of the railways brought tourists who were enchanted by the sea and beautiful landscape of the area, and towns were transformed into the popular tourist destinations they remain today. Victorian Nights will transport Cromer, Sheringham and Wells back to this lavish era, with a unique and exciting programme of events, including archive film, re-enactments, performances, a steam train ride, a Victorian photo parlour, and a fabulous Victorian fashion show. We encourage visitors to dress up Victorian-style and, most importantly, to have lots of fun!”

 

For more information about the events visit their website www.victoriannightsnorthnorfolk.com or pick up one of their leaflets. Most of the events are drop in but some are pre bookable.

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Lucy moved back to Norwich from London a few years ago, and is delighted to find there’s much more to see and do here now than in her day! Mind you, anything is a step up from a warm pint of cider in the now defunct Nag’s Head!

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Lucy moved back to Norwich from London a few years ago, and is delighted to find there’s much more to see and do here now than in her day! Mind you, anything is a step up from a warm pint of cider in the now defunct Nag’s Head! 

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