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Where and when

The festival event takes place on
Friday October 25
Saturday Oct
ober 26  and
Sunday October 27 at the Alive Corn Exchange King's Lynn.


Please note that all dates and times are currently provisional and can change at short notice.
 

King's Lynn
The Hanseatic town of King's Lynn and King's Lynn is steeped in fascinating history, and still features many outstanding 
Medieval buildings. 

Visit West Norfolk – the official guide to King’s Lynn & west Norfolk

Coming by car?
King's Lyn
n is at the top of the A10.
It should be a one-hour d
rive from Cambridge, Norwich or Peterborough.

There is paid-for parking throughout the town.
Free on-street parking is available, but is usually a 10-15 minute walk from the venue.
Explore King's Lynn on Parkopedia

Coming from London/Cambridge by train?
King's Lynn is the destination station on one of the main train lines from London. 
King’s Cross to 
King’s Lynn takes under two hours, or around one hour from Cambridge.
No changes are usually required.
The station is a ten-minute walk to the venue.

Don’t worry –  the last train back to London leaves at 22.58. Fear in the Fens will end by 22.00!
(train times correct at time of going to press, please check before travelling)

Contact the organisers: info@culturebabylon.com

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