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1 Dec, 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 [READ MORE…]

Cinders’ seaside search for her prince2023-11-30T15:32:44+00:00
9 Nov, 23

Director Debbie joins farce cast


Our theatre director Debbie Thompson is stepping in to tread the boards for the first time in 13 years to plug an 11th hour cast vacancy.

The former professional actor, will be seen on stage in an amateur production of the Alan Ayckbourn farce Season’s Greetings.

She has had just a few [READ MORE…]

Director Debbie joins farce cast2023-11-06T08:58:31+00:00
5 Nov, 23

Apprentice Zoe learns vital off-stage role


The “tech box” tucked away behind the audience’s backs is a great place to learn about creating drama magic on stage.

So we are always pleased to help young people gain skills and experience in an unsung, unseen but vital off-stage theatre role.

Our latest apprentice technician is Zoe McKean, who is [READ MORE…]

Apprentice Zoe learns vital off-stage role2023-10-31T16:43:07+00:00
29 Sep, 23

Pumpkin up the panto preparations


Cinderella has been shopping in Sheringham ahead of starring in the town’s pantomime in a few weeks’ time.

Top of the list was a pumpkin to be turned into transport for dream date with her Prince Charming in the festive show which opens on December 15.

Young actress Emily Kate Anne is [READ MORE…]

Pumpkin up the panto preparations2023-09-28T12:57:47+01:00
26 Sep, 23

Chat show peeks into garden story


A well-known Norfolk garden owner is set to open the door to a potting shed of “surprising facts” – including rumours of gun-running – in a live chat show heading to Sheringham Little Theatre.

Alan Gray has co-owned East Ruston Old Vicarage Garden with partner Graham Robeson for 50 years.

The pair [READ MORE…]

Chat show peeks into garden story2023-09-25T15:08:40+01:00
21 Sep, 23

Join our drama groups to find fun and friends


Our expanding youth drama groups have grown so much we have moved them to a bigger venue, and given them a “rebrand” with a new name.

And we are trialling new Saturday morning sessions for adults too. Why should the youngsters have all the fun?

The three youth groups now meet at [READ MORE…]

Join our drama groups to find fun and friends2023-09-21T11:53:49+01:00
18 Sep, 23

Norfolk underdog racehorse takes centre stage in new drama


An against-all-odds sporting triumph involving a Norfolk-owned racehorse has been turned into a new stage drama which is heading to Sheringham Little Theatre in November.

Unfancied Sprowston Boy shocked the turf world at Ascot when he romped home in a high-profile race with the famous course’s first ever women jockey winner [READ MORE…]

Norfolk underdog racehorse takes centre stage in new drama2023-09-18T14:34:35+01:00
11 Sep, 23

Storyteller lifts the lid on his own life


A comedy laced with poignant family stories, music and a trace of Shakespeare is heading to Sheringham this month.

A Piece of Work is a new show devised and performed by James Rowland which is based on his own life, with a mix of humour, sadness and exploration of mental health [READ MORE…]

Storyteller lifts the lid on his own life2023-09-11T10:23:02+01:00
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