Coast Arts Summer

Cromer Carnival Open Air Open Mic in North Lodge Park

Cromer Carnival Open Air Open Mic

Coast Arts teamed up with Cromer Carnival, Friends of North Lodge Park and Rock the Lobster to hold an Open Air Open Mic.
see the pictures…

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

…if you go down to the Park today…

Coast Arts teamed up with Arts North Norfolk and Friends of North Lodge Park to bring Free open air theatre to Cromer.
find out what happened …

Coast Arts Magazine Summer 2016

Coast Arts Magazine – Summer 2016

The first edition is out

Putting together the contents for this magazine has been an exhilarating experience, bringing together so many people and ideas from the creative wealth of North Norfolk. The content is designed to inspire, question and provoke thought. What do you think?
Read the first edition online

coast arts 2016

Join this year’s festival

Individual artists (amateur and professional), collectives, promoters, voluntary groups, entrepreneurs and businesses are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to become part of the 2016 COAST ARTS family of events, either as part of the traditional festival week, or alongside other parts of the COAST ARTS 2016 calendar.

Find out more

art competition - quiet revolution

2016 Art Competition

Call for entries | Quiet Revolution

The annual Coast Arts art competition has become one of the key elements of the festival;  encouraging artists from across the spectrum the competition inspires both professional and amateur artists to create unique works for display, for sale and for fun!

Enter now

Arts North Norfolk

Arts North Norfolk

Coast Arts working across the region

One objective we have for 2016 is to build partnerships with art groups across North Norfolk. We’re working closely with Arts North Norfolk, a local arts development charity based in North Walsham. Using creative learning programmes, theatre, film, workshops and innovative community projects Arts North Norfolk aim to both inspire and entertain the people of North Norfolk.