As we enter the last month of summer, and say good-bye to the holiday season, there’s still plenty of fun things to see and do in Caister and Great Yarmouth this September.
On Board the Titanic Trail is part of the ongoing Titanic: Honour & Glory exhibition at Great Yarmouth’s Time and Tide Museum. This immersive exhibition allows you to step inside the shoes of a passenger on the doomed ‘ship of dreams’ and discover what day to day life was like before disaster struck.
On Board the Titanic Trail is open until Sun 24 Sep 2017, 10:00 to 16:30.
Get yourself down to South Quay in Great Yarmouth this month for the 2017 Maritime Festival. The festival celebrates Yarmouth’s maritime past, and you’ll really feel like you’ve stepped back in time when you see the historic ships docked in the South Quay.
Festival goers will be able to climb aboard and admire these magnificent maritime vessels, while elsewhere, children’s activities, exhibitions, demonstrations and traditional maritime music will be ongoing throughout the festival.
The 2017 Maritime Festival is scheduled to take place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September.
Classical music lovers are in for a treat this September when the legendary Last Night of the Proms is screened live at St. George’s Theatre.
The Last Night of the Proms celebrates the best in classical music, and traditionally ends with a flag waving, soul stirring rendition of Rule Britannia.
Ticket prices include fish & chips and a selected drink from the theatre bar which will be open throughout the evening.
One of Great Yarmouth’s most popular attractions, The Summer Spectacular Circus & Water Show, ends this month. The Summer Spectacular includes a variety of amazing circus acts, including high-flying acrobats, a globe of death bikers, flying trapeze artists and a stunning water show.
The Summer Spectacular Circus & Water Show 2017 comes to a close on 17th September.
The Out There Festival of International Street Arts & Circus Entertainment returns to Great Yarmouth this month, promising an action packed weekend of circus and street entertainment. The Out There Festival includes some of the finest circus and street artists from the UK, Europe and South America, performing acrobatics, dancing, juggling, theatre, circus, music and much, much more!
The Out There Festival will take place at St George’s Park and the Market Place on the weekend of Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September.
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