We could not do it without them! The Little Theatre has a 100-strong army of helpers, aged from their teens to their eighties, who give their time for a vast range of key tasks.
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Sponsorship – at gold, silver and bronze level – provides a menu of benefits including publicity as well as a connection to a venue which is ideal for hosting clients and corporate events.Read More
People’s generosity with gifts of their time and money keeps the Little Theatre going.
We live in a world of reducing local authority grant help, so the theatre relies on public support to balance the books.
That can be attending shows, having a cuppa in the Hub, sponsorship, or helping as a volunteer.Read More
'Hell hath no fury like three women scorned' It's 2019, it's Times Up Now! Yet for three young women in the city it still feels like the 1950s But that's about to change when Cate walks into their lives and shows them what being a witch should be about.
Friends/Members please book via box office 01263 822 347 for your special discounted rate as a thank you from us to you! If you are not yet a Friend or Member feel free to proceed with your online booking, or check out the benefits of becoming a Friend/Member on our website Back by popular demand, Hayley Moss and Benjamin Lake - The Classical Duo, are delighted to back again in Sheringham Little Theatre for their 4th Show! Expect your favourite Classical and Musical Theatre pieces along side some new repertoire for 2019.
Written by W S Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan, this amateur production is presented by acclaimed Norfolk touring company Livewire Opera The tale follows Frederic, a young man, about to leave his indentures, through his encounters with the tender-hearted orphaned pirates.