Many thanks to Boxtree Productions for bringing the Park to life with their production of Treasure Island.
This year we have teamed up again with Coast Arts and Rock the Lobster to bring an Open Mic to the park at the start of Cromer carnival week.
ROCK THE LOBSTER will be in North Lodge Park, Cromer, giving performance artists a chance to perform.
The day is to enable local performers gain experience, improve their skills and, perhaps most importantly, enjoy themselves! There will be 15 minute sessions across the afternoon giving amateur performers a chance to demonstrate their talents and to give novices of all ages an opportunity to shine. If you wish to perform please bring your instrument(s) and back line, if required.
Come along to participate, or just bring a picnic and chill out while supporting the performers.
If you want to book a slot to perform, email firstname.lastname@example.org or just turn up on the day.
ROCK THE LOBSTER is a voluntary group that runs a regular open mic promoting all performing arts (including: live music, poets, magicians, dancers, etc). We are funded entirely by sponsorship and donations. RtL aims to give amateur performers a chance to demonstrate their talents and to give novices and children a go. This enables local performers to gain experience, improve their skills and, perhaps most importantly, enjoy themselves! Please check rockthelobster.com for details.
The Crab and Lobster Festival is holding its annual art trail…this year the theme is lighthouses. One of our lovely volunteers, Barbara Swarbrick, has designed and painted this beautiful one for the cafe.
Barbara studied art & design in the 1960s, went to Australia in the early 1970s and made her living from ceramic art and design for over 30 years. Her starting point for this work is the glamour, style and opulence of the Liners sailing the world in the years 1920 – 1950. There are also references to the North Lodge Park Tea Rooms where she works as a volunteer.
Our lovely lighthouse sits alongside the porthole and beach hut our previous entries.
If you want to know your roquet from your rover and your pioneer from your peel, come along on Sunday 13th May from 1pm.
The experts will be in the Park from 1pm with their hoops, mallets and balls ready to play.
“The hedgehog was engaged in a fight with another hedgehog, which seemed to Alice an excellent opportunity for croqueting one of them with the other: the only difficulty was, that her flamingo was gone across to the other side of the garden” – Lewis Carroll
Following the successful GoGoGorillas! 2013 and GoGoDragons! 2015, Break Charity and Wild in Art are this year bringing you GoGoHares. The trail will start on 24th June 2018 and run for 11 weeks until September 8th.
In 2018, as part of Break’s 50th anniversary, there will be18 moongazer sculptures throughout Norfolk, taking people on a magical tour of our beautiful countryside – including a Chrome Hare right here in North Lodge Park Cromer.
Break still need your donations to support this – please hop over to the pledge page at virginmoneygiving.com
We look forward to welcoming the Chrome Hare in June.
We have commissioned AREA Landscape Architects to work with us to develop an outline plan for the Park to provide a context for future improvements, and to bring forward a detailed design for some play opportunities.
AREA have only been appointed a couple of weeks, but we thought you would want to hear from AREA to understand their approach, so we invited Charlotte Norman from AREA to come to the AGM to present the results of their background work to date, which will form the basis of their proposals.
You can see their presentation here: NLP_AGM_Towards_Concept