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.