From stand-up comedians to a nostalgic musical, these are the shows going on sale in October 2023 for Norwich Theatre venues.

All shows at the Theatre Royal, Playhouse and Stage Two go on sale to the public on the last Friday of the month.

To book early and to get extra discounts you can sign up for Norwich Theatre's Friends Scheme.

Tickets are on sale now for Gold Friends, Ambassadors and Corporate Members, on October 25 for Best Friends and Friends and on October 27 for the general public. 

To book tickets visit or call 01603 630000. 

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NOW That's What I Call a Musical – October 1 – 5 2024

This new musical celebrates 40 years of the chart-topping compilation album NOW That's What I Call Music, which has sold more than 200 million copies worldwide.

This fun-filled evening is bursting with hits from Whitney Houston, Wham!, Spandau Ballet and much more. 


Addictive TV: Orchestra of Samples – February 2 2024

For more than a decade, the artists behind this project filmed improvised sessions with hundreds of musicians around the world, then ingeniously sampled and spliced them together.

Janine Harouni: Man'oushe – February 10 2024

This critically acclaimed stand-up show explores Janine's Arab roots, pregnancy and what happens when your mail-order DNA test does not go to plan.

A Family Business – February 12 2024

A show about diplomats, activists and a journey to change the world.

Sam Campbell: Wobservations – February 21 2024

Sam Campbell is an award-winning Australian stand-up comedian and actor.

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Andy Parsons: Bafflingly Optimistic – March 8 – 9 2024

We have been visited by the "Four Horsemen" in the form of disease, death, war and overpriced ketchup, so what hope can there be? 

Luisa Omielan: Bitter – March 21 2024

Nothing has worked out the way it is supposed to and working hard and doing the right thing no longer seems to cut it.

Josh Berry: Sexual Politics – April 16 2024

Throughout history, not enough people of Josh Berry's race, gender and sexuality have discussed sex and politics and he intends to set that record straight.

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The Wonder of Stevie – April 20 2024

The ultimate celebration of Stevie Wonder, with hit after hit from the catalogue of one of the most famous musicians of the 20th and 21st centuries. 

Ivo Graham: Organised Fun – April 25 2024

Ivo Graham (Taskmaster, Off Menu, University Challenge) ropes his audience into chaos against the clock.

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Rosie Holt: That's Politainment! – April 27 2024

The worse the political career, the more lucrative the subsequent entertainment opportunities says comedian and satirist Rosie Holt. 

Alasdair Beckett-King – Nevermore – May 1 2024

Award-winning stand-up Alasdair Beckett-King unravels life's shallowest mysteries.

Troy Hawke: The Greeters Guild – May 30 – 31 2024

Everyone's favourite 1930s throwback greetings and compliments aficionado Troy Hawke returns to theatres nationwide.

La Voix - The Red Ambition Tour – June 23 2024

Direct from the West End, see one of the UK's best drag queens in Norwich. 

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Morgan Rees: Turning Thirsty – June 26 2024

 A show about the unshackling of shame, embracing the power of Pride and the trials and improvements that come with an experimental 20s.


Alison Spittle: Soup – February 24 2024

Alison Spittle is simmering with jokes and probably rage.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland – April 13 2024

Carroll's Wonderland floods onto the stage in a whirl of strange contraptions and curious characters.

Casting the Runes – April 13 2024

A chilling new adaptation of M.R. James' classic ghost stories, featuring remarkable puppetry and a haunting original soundtrack.