Hub Events

Quiz Night Fundraisers

First Tues of every month (except Jan) @ 8pm

5th Dec, 16th Jan, 6th Feb & 5th Mar

A six round quiz with a theatrical flourish.

£2.50 entry fee – Call Tony to book on 07599 895626

Fundraiser Music Quiz

Saturday 2nd Dec @ 7pm

A special 10 round music quiz

£3.00 entry fee – Call Tony to book on 07599 895626

Open Mic Night

Tuesday 23rd Jan & 20th Feb @ 7pm

Spoken Word

No need to book… just come along!

  • Tuneful autumn and panto-monium ahead!

    The highlight of the winter season is always our panto, and this year we have two!

    The magical fairytale of Cinderella is our main show running from December 15 to January 2, with plenty of action, local references and audience involvement for all the family. And, new this year, we are also holding an adult-only panto Rubbin Good from January 12-14 which sees Robin Hood having fun in a forest of rudeness.

    The music acts range from our youth musical theatre presenting A Night at the Music Ghouls for Halloween (October 27-28), Simon and Garfunkel tribute act The Sounds of Simon (November 25) and a Blues, Roots and Americana weekend from March 8-10 .

    Amateur groups are showing their talent with Miss Marble’s Christmas Present by Stage Direct (November 9-11), and Alan Ayckbourn’s  Season’s Greetings (November 16-18) by the Little Theatre Players who are also presenting Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters from March 28-30. Ayckbourn’s Communicating Doors is staged by the Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society (February 14-17)

    As we mark the 70th anniversary of the 1953 floods, local historian Neil Storey will highlight evocative photos and moving stories from the disaster on our doorstep. And local radio fans can tune into an audience with Pete Goodrum and Stephen Bumfrey’s sideways look at life in the Radio Norfolk studio (November 3).

    That’s just a sample of what’s coming up.

    To see our cinema and NT Live screenings see the What’s On feed on this site.

Best wishes

Debbie Thompson, Theatre Director

We are now open Monday to Saturday 10am to 3pm, offering a place for friends gathering for a catch-up over a cuppa in our light, airy, welcoming ‘watering hole’ with a buzzy arts flavour.

We have a range of home-made scones, cakes, snacks and sandwiches in a friendly atmosphere where you can also keep in touch with our programme of stage and screen events.

  • Light snacks and sandwiches

  • Home-made scones & cakes

  • Teas, coffees and cold drinks

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And for an extra £5 become a Member, with the added benefit of the right to vote at our annual general meeting.

  • 10% discount off shows, workshop and course tickets – one ticket per event

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BIG News at the LITTLE Theatre

1Dec, 23

Cinders’ seaside search for her prince

Cinderella has begun the search for her Prince Charming in 21st century Sheringham.

The classic fairytale has been given a modern north Norfolk twist for the Little Theatre’s panto – complete with modern songs, TV show references and TikTok dances.

Cast members met yesterday (Thursday November 30) as rehearsals started for the family show which runs from December 15 to January 2.


A Theatre For All Seasons

Whatever time of year it is, there is entertainment on the stage or screen at Sheringham Little Theatre. We are famous for our summer drama season, and the professional panto which adds extra fun to the festive period in winter. But through spring and autumn too, there is professional and amateur drama, movies, music and screenings of top national opera and ballet.


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Rewriting Rural Racism...

was devised in the summer of 2020 in response to the growing awareness of the Black Lives Matter Movement. It was a springboard project which aimed to make Sheringham Little Theatre’s programme more racially diverse.

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