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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.

Summer Holiday Family Art Workshops

Art workshop

Get creative with us every Wednesday morning in the school holidays. From 10am until 11.30 am each Wednesday we will be taking inspiration from our coastal location and local history to investigate different artists and techniques. Have a go at screen printing, mark making, collage and much more!

Thank you to all those of you who visited us for Art at the Mo last week. We explored the galleries, taking inspiration from our wonderful objects to develop sketches and turn them into fantastic original badges.

Our next session on Wednesday 16th will explore printing and there will be the opportunity to create a screen print with local artist Colin Seal.

For further information and to book your place, please contact our Learning Officer (telephone no. at the bottom of the page). Normal admission charges to the Museum apply, but the workshops are free. Children must be accompanied by a parent / carer

Music at The Mo - Special Evening in November

The Trustees of Sheringham Museum and Music at The Mo are delighted to announce a very special event "An Evening with Martin Simpson" on Friday 10 November 2017.

Martin Simpson

"There is no doubt that after 45 years as a professional musician Martin is, right now, better than ever. Widely acknowledged as one of the finest acoustic and slide guitar players in the world, his interpretations of traditional songs are masterpieces of storytelling. His solo shows are intense, eclectic, spellbinding and deeply moving".

The doors will open at 6.45 pm and the concert will run from 7.30pm until 10pm. You can purchase tickets on line by using the form below.

A limited number of tickets are available to buy in advance at our reception desk at Sheringham Museum. See below for our opening times.

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Below you will see details of the events we have coming up in the next three months - we hope you find them interesting!

Dutch Gansey Exhibition

From June 1 until the end of September

More than 60 ganseys from Holland, reproducing the old patterns in modern yarns. A number of Sheringham ganseys will also be on show. Entry to the exhibition is included in the normal museum entry fee

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Music at the Mo - August

Friday, August 25 at 7.15pm

Another in our series of live concerts at the museum. Popular local trio Red Oktober play this evening, along with Bernard Hoskin, who is a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist from Cambridge.
Entry via the Schools Entrance (Lifeboat Plain)
Free admission with a retiring collection.

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Sheringham Yarn Market

September 9

Yarn and textile market with watercolours and lace and other local stalls.

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The '40s Weekend

Sept 16 weekend, with a Museum talk

More details later!

Gansey Symposium with Stella Ruhe

From Friday evening, Sept. 29 to Sunday Oct 1

Click this line to see the Program and booking details.

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Music at the Mo - September

Friday, September 29 at 7.15pm

Another in our series of live concerts at the museum. We present a two-hour program of music with three artists / groups performing on each program.
Entry via the Schools Entrance (Lifeboat Plain)
Free admission with a retiring collection.

For further information, email:


Sounds of Silents

October 27, 7.15pm

An evening of heritage silent films accompanied by live original music. Britain on Film is one of the largest and most complex archival projects ever undertaken and is part of the British Film Institute’s Unlocking Film Heritage programme (2013-17). Unlocking film heritage for everyone in the UK to enjoy is a key strategic priority for the BFI and Britain on Film is the public launch of a vast programme of work, which has been ongoing for over three years.
Music accompaniment will be provided by Eastern Seaboard, Milly Hirst and BROADS

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