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Sheringham Little Theatre is an intimate and welcoming arts venue packed with entertainment for all tastes and ages. We sit right in the heart of one of Norfolk’s most popular seaside towns.

And the award-winning venue’s varied mix of drama, cinema, music, live screenings and a welcoming Hub café also means it has a special place in the heart of its supporters.

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Mrs Lowry and Son (PG)
 
Tue 19 Nov - Tue 19 Nov
Sheringham Little Theatre

A portrait of the artist LS Lowry and the relationship with his mother, who tries to dissuade him from pursuing his passion.

Amazing Mysteries
 
Thu 21 Nov
19:30pm
Sheringham Little Theatre

This unique and original production with it’s charming Victorian setting embraces all the excitement and nostalgia of the Victorian era  This is the latest offering from illusionist Chris North. Witness some of the inexplicable...

Sheringham & Cromer Choral Society Concert
SCCS
Sat 23 Nov
19:00pm
St. Peter's Church Sheringham

£12 per ticket if booked in advance or £15 on the door. UNDER 18s FREE Our 2019-20 season begins with a lovely blend of old and new music including popular works by Mozart, Haydn and Fauré. Our programme also includes...

Sayer; The Acoustic Show
 
Sat 23 Nov
19:30pm
The Hub

Award winning musicians Ron Sayer Jr & Charlotte Joyce have been mainstays on the local, national & international circuit for many years and have worked alongside some of the biggest names in their genre SAYER...

Jazz @ the Hub - Tom Harris Quartet
 
Sun 24 Nov
19:30pm
The Hub

Tom has a long association with the Hub and is, undoubtedly, one of the musicians who helped the venue get established as part of the Norfolk jazz scene  He is an accomplished pianist and trombonist. He runs his own bands and is...

Downton Abbey (PG)
 
Tue 26 Nov - Tue 26 Nov
Sheringham Little Theatre

The continuing story of the Crawley family, wealthy owners of a large estate in the English countryside in the early 20th century.