Live music will soon be getting people up and dancing at Sharrington Village Hall.

The venue, near Holt, had a popular programme of gigs several years ago which were stopped due to the pandemic. But plans are now afoot for the hall to host a range of musical acts throughout the year.

Edwina Hayes, who has been called "the sweetest voice in England” will perform along with singer-songwriter Carrie Martin on March 5.

North Norfolk band the Fried Pirates - who span a wide range of genres and instruments - will play on March 26, tickets are £5.

Singer and guitarist Ken Nicol - a former member of the band Steeleye Span - will play on April 30 alongside electric violinist Wendy Ross, tickets for this gig are £15.

Chris Abrams, organiser, said of Nicol: "He's regarded by many as one of the best guitarists in this country and is a brilliant entertainer who has also appeared on Al Stewart albums and many more."

Doors open at 7pm for the events, email for tickets, or visit Sharrington Live Music's page on Facebook for more.