Sheringham Museum




Events at the Museum

The museum organises and presents a range of events throughout the year, generally cultural in nature. Our aim is to provide a series of enjoyable experiences for our community.

These events can cover quite a range of activities, but they all relate in some way to the life and culture of Sheringham and its surrounds.

Special Concert Event

In September we are hosting a special musical event - An Evening with Steve Tilston. You can find a lot more information about this event - and purchase tickets if you wish - by clicking HERE.

Olive Edis - A Life in Focus

Open from June 6 until Sept 23 - normal museum hours

The Museum's 2018 Summer Exhibition - an in-depth view of the life of Olive Edis FRPS, Sheringham's pioneering photographer.
There have been a number of recent exhibitions of photographs by Olive Edis, and indeed our exhibition includes the travelling exhibition 'The Road to Ypres'. She was a great photographer - Fellowships of the Royal Photographic Society are not granted lightly - but there was much more to Ms Edis.
This exhibition highlights the person behind the camera: entrepreneur, adventurer, inventor, public speaker, music lover, at ease with people of every level in society and a caring family member. There are photographs, of course, but this exhibition is about much more.
During the sixteen-week course of this exhibition we will be providing a range of special events and workshops. Watch this space for up-to-date information

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An Evening with Steve Tilston

Friday, Sept 28 - doors open at 6.30pm for 7.30pm

The Trustees of Sheringham Museum and Music at The Mo are delighted to welcome Steve Tilston to our seafront venue for this special concert. For more information, click HERE.

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Poetry and Flash Fiction workshop : A Window On The World

Wednesday 14th November 2018 10.30-4.30pm

A Window On The World, Poetry and Flash Fiction workshop with tutor Sue Burge fee:£40
With its fantastic views over the North Sea in this inspirational venue will we use the twin themes of WINDOWS and LOOKING to create fresh and original poetry and prose.
Open to all levels and feedback available on the pieces produced during this day course.
To book contact Sue Burge on or phone 07972462371 or 01263 663024
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