This colourful and energetic production lavished a mix of traditional and contemporary charm on an appreciative Sheringham audience.

A talented cast has been treading the boards and putting in numerous hours of hard work ahead of panto season at a popular theatre.

Handel's first opera for the English stage was born in a time of reform. Set in a school-room, Glyndebourne's irreverent production at the Theatre Royal stays true to its pioneering spirit.

'Twas The Night Before Chirstmas is a live professional show currently playing at Wells Maltings Theatre.

The magical world which will be inhabited by Cinderella, the Ugly Sisters and Prince Charming during this year's Norwich Theatre Royal panto has been slowly materialising in a riverside warehouse in Lowestoft.

The cast of Norwich Theatre's Royal's Cinderella panto have left their scripts behind them as rehearsals begin with plenty of famous faces in the cast.

With its seedy libertines and Hollywood glamour, the world of early American film is a perfect fit for the opera Rigoletto. Director Christiane Lutz finally makes sense of the action with this performance last night at the Norwich Theatre Royal.

Director Annabel Arden's L'Elisir D'Amore swaps the rebellions of the 1830's for the rise of fascism in the 1940's. But this still ends up being more of a nostalgia trip than a political statement.

From miserly to merry, A Biddy's Christmas Carol is a festive journey that families will love to be a part of.

My First Panto: Rapunzel is a magical introduction to theatre for small children - and wonderfully entertaining for their grown-ups too.

A local theatre group is producing its most ambitious play yet as it celebrates 40 successful years of treading the boards in a Norfolk village.

Former EastEnders star David Witts, best known for playing Joey Branning, spoke to Louisa Baldwin as he prepares to get hearts beating as Prince Charming in the Theatre Royal Cinderella pantomime.

Northern Ballet arrived in Norwich last night during their national Autumn 2019 tour to bring their stunning version of Cinderella to the Theatre Royal.

Comedy, songs and colourful characters are all part of an upcoming Christmas production, billed as 'not another panto, and more than just a musical'.

Charles Dickens' classic tale A Christmas Carol will be performed at a Norwich tea room and promises a unique theatre experience.

Pills and thrills a-plenty pepper this tale of the violent underbelly of 1950s sleazy Soho clubland, told with verve and style.

Panto rehearsals have swung into action at Sheringham Little Theatre after the cast arrived at the seaside theatre to prepare for a special season.

The Gloria Estefan musical On Your Feet! brought some much needed Latin heat to Norwich Theatre Royal on a cold November night, with a show full of heart, humour and hardcore numbers.

Potters Resort on the Norfolk coast has revealed their star-studded 2020 line-up, featuring music legends, comedians, impressionists and dancers.

The rhythm is definitely going to get you this winter at Norwich Theatre Royal as a taste of Cuban sunshine and Latin rhythm invades Norfolk.

This antiquely modern take on the story of one of East Anglia's most famous women is a bold and engaging production.

The spotlight will be on Norwich Playhouse in 2020 with a major redevelopment in the pipeline to mark the venue's 25th anniversary.

Decades have gone by since Olly Day first tread the boards of the Pavilion Theatre stage.

The voice of Love Island Iain Stirling and the comedian behind Lee Nelson are among the stars announced for the spring season at Norwich Playhouse.

Kitchen sink drama A Taste of Honey was ground-breaking when it debuted in 1958 and was an explosive statement from new playwright Shelagh Delaney, who was just 19 at the time.

If there's anything to get you in the festive spirit, this is it.

There's a calm before the storm as Kate Tempest takes to the Norwich LCR stage. She silently surveys the crowd, drawing them in before taking up the mic and launching into Europe is Lost - the start of a seamless medley of material from her first two albums, Everybody Down and Let Them Eat Chaos.

Just a little late for Halloween, Kill The Beast brought their spooky film farce to Norwich - but it was no horror show.

Rapunzel can't wait to meet everybody at My First Panto at The Garage in Norwich this Christmas, but she doesn't get out much and needs your help to give her hair some flair.

This revival of Oscar Wilde's 1893 play has a surprising resonance and relevance that goes well beyond its classic drawing room wit.

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