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Situated in the centre of Sheringham, in the heart of the beautiful north Norfolk coast, the Little Theatre offers a wide variety of plays, music and films throughout the year, including drama classes for young people. Our Summer Rep season and Christmas panto are always especially popular. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Sheringham Little Theatre

Set in the heart of an award-winning coastal resort, Sheringham Little Theatre offers top class, year-round entertainment for all the family, with a fantastic programme featuring drama, hit movies, music, comedy and art exhibitions.

Why not drop in to The Hub, the theatre’s warm and friendly coffee bar run by our wonderful army of volunteers. Offering a wide range of hot and cold drinks and tempting treats, The Hub is the ideal meeting place for locals and visitors alike.

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Latest News From Sheringham Little Theatre

16 May 2018
‘The Battle of Boat’ – auditions update!

  Audition packs for The Battle of Boat are available to download from our website (see earlier news item for links) – if you would like to audition please listen to the music and look at which role you might like to try for and learn that character’s song. On 16th June there will be […]

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09 May 2018
Local child actors/singers needed to drive production set in WWI updated10.05.18

The Battle of Boat is a courageous tale of a group of children trying to find their place in a world at war in 1916.

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19 March 2018
Stage is set for speakeasy fun at Sheringham Little Theatre

A 76-strong cast of youngsters aged from eight to 18 from Sheringham Little Theatre’s youth drama group has been rehearsing since January ahead of a week-long run of shows in early April.

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28 March 2018
A Tribute to Tony Nelson

Theatre’s tribute show for stalwart supporter Tony SLT is preparing to pay tribute to one of its biggest supporters who died last year. Tony Nelson was well- known as Sheringham’s bushy-bearded, booming voiced town crier. But he was also a key player at the town’s Little Theatre, where he acted, directed and had two spells […]

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