A fine example of Victorian architecture at its best, the King’s Lynn dates back to 1854. Built of wrought-iron and exposed brick walls, the venue was restored in the 1990's to a fully-functioning multipurpose venue and is now a great place to witness a whole host of events. From productions to comedy clubs and shows, gigs, pantomimes, antique fairs, exhibitions, and more, the site has fulfilled its mission of being a hub for the community. For this reason, the venue is composed of flexible seating and designs, allowing it to transform as necessary to hold different types of events. Wandering around the King’s Lynn, visitors can observe stunning and carefully-selected artwork from a range of artists. Look up and you can see the history of the town woven into the roof blinds or stroll up the staircase to find historical photographs and abstract art hangings. The light wells are also decorated by Jon Mill’s work, who created 400 clapping hands to illustrate the building’s purpose as an entertainment venue. Both the Box Office and Coffee House also feature commissioned work, ensuring art and history surround the building in all areas.