It's here! The Royal Wedding is this Saturday 19th May, at 12pm (obviously tune in earlier to catch some celebrity guest arrivals & dress speculation). Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel in Windsor, but you can watch the whole thing here in Norwich. Here's a list of the places showing the Royal Wedding, in Norwich and Norfolk:
P.S. If you're watching the wedding at home it IS okay to wear a fascinator and pyjamas at the same time.
The Nave, begins at 11am
Norwich Cathedral will be screening coverage of the wedding (as well as the service itself) on a big screen in the Cathedral Nave from 11am. What's more, when the ceremony starts you'll be able to participate in the hymns sung during the service, accompanied by the Cathedral organ. That's right folks - it's a sing-along Royal Wedding. If it's nice weather after, stay for a picnic on the majestic Cathedral Green!
Street Party, Pure Bridal Boutique
Lower Goat Lane, begins 11am
Pure Bridal Boutique will be screening the wedding in their shop window, with local businesses involved. Festivities include live music, cakes and freebies.
Pottergate, begins 11.30am
There will be a big screen showing the wedding in the ballroom, and there will be special royal-tea cocktails available. Free entry.
Brundall Boat Show
East Hills Cafe Bistro, Brundall, NR13 5PN, 10am - 4pm
Find live music and a BBQ, as well as the Royal Wedding screening. There will also be a bouncy castle, craft stalls and bumper boats.
Caistor Hall Hotel
NR14, 8QN, 11am - 16.30pm
On the wedding day, Caistor Hall will be serving afternoon teas, with food inspired from either sides of the pond, as well as a live screening. Book in advance on 01508 494998, or email email@example.com. Tickets: Adult: £21.95 (with non-alcoholic drink 16.95), Child: £8.50, Family: £55.00.
Visitor Centre, PE35 6EN
A massive TV will be put up on the lawn outside the Visitor Centre of the Queen's Norfolk Residence. Bringing a picnic is encouraged!
COMING TO VISIT?
Greater Anglia has Advance fares from £10 one way between London Liverpool Street and Norwich. Trains run every 30 minutes. Greater Anglia also serves Colchester, Ipswich and Diss on the Norwich line. Direct trains also run from Cambridge.
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