A BAFTA-winning actress has visited a Norfolk venue twice in a fortnight and has urged her fans to "support local theatre". 

Suranne Jones posted on her Instagram account about her recent trip to the 180-seater Sheringham Little Theatre.

She was there on Saturday night (October 28) and watched the youth theatre production of A Night At The Music-Ghouls.

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It featured songs from Little Shop of Horrors, The Addams Family, Sweeney Todd, Nightmare Before Christmas, Heathers and more.

Eastern Daily Press: Sheringham Little TheatreSheringham Little Theatre (Image: Archant Norfolk 2013)

Posting a photo of herself in the theatre café to her half a million Instagram followers, she wrote on Sunday: "Well done to the youth theatre at Sheringham Little Theatre who we saw perform last night.

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"It reminded me of my shows at Oldham Theatre Workshop - I’m sure there were lots of proud parents watching.

"It is the third time we have visited this year - last week I took my son to see Hocus Pocus 1 there and I’m thrilled to say he loved it #supportlocaltheatre."

Jones, who lives in London but is known to enjoy visiting Norfolk, rose to fame as Karen McDonald in Coronation Street.

Her other credits include Doctor Foster, Vigil and Gentleman Jack.