The theatre has its own Little Theatre Players group which stages two or three productions a year. For more information contact Debbie Thompson on 01263 822117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday night is youth drama night at the Little Theatre. The place is buzzing with enthusiastic young people working on theatre skills in fun and friendly workshops which gear up to end-of-term shows.
- 4-8 years (4.30pm – 5.30pm) Drama games to build confidence, promote group work and develop acting skills – from fairytales to inspiring children’s stories.
- 8-12 years (5.45pm-6.45pm) Fun ways to learn drama skills such as physical theatre and working with props. Youngsters get the chance to devise their own theatre pieces and learn how to develop character work.
- 12-16 (7pm-8pm) Building acting skills through characterisation, script work, performance and physical theatre techniques through solo and group work and the chance to perform to an audience.
The price is £4 a session. Anyone can just drop in. No experience necessary
Midweek Music at the Hub
Music has the power to make people feel better – and the Little Theatre hosts weekly community have-a-go sessions aimed at boosting wellbeing
The hour-long, free community music and singing workshops range from beating out African drum rhythms and strumming ukuleles to singing Sea Shanties.
The popular Midweek Music sessions are run by social enterprise Playing for Cake and are designed for the whole community, aged 13 upwards, including people with dementia or other health conditions, and their carers. No previous music-making experience is needed.
They are held between 4pm and 6pm on Wednesdays in the Hub coffee bar, with social time included before and after.
They have been supported by a Big Lottery Fund Awards for All Grant, but also funds from Norfolk County Council and Sheringham Town Council.