Arts and Theatre
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Situated in north Norfolk, Holt, Bircham Gallery stocks work by over 200 artists including paintings, prints, sculpture, studio ceramics, glass and designer jewellery. Admission is free.
Located in the picturesque north Norfolk town of Holt, Picturecraft Gallery and Exhibition Centre displays a variety of original artwork by the UK's finest professional and semi-professional artists.
This popular north Norfolk attraction is located in the seaside town of Cromer, famous for its delicious Cromer crabs. The Pavilion Theatre is a 510 seated venue perched on the end of Cromer Pier. The theatre is best known for hosting the famous end of the pier show called the Seaside Special and attracts visitors from afar. The theatre also presents a high quality mix of comedy, music, dance, opera, musicals and community shows throughout the year.
This unique and intimate theatre is internationally renowned with a programme by top British and international playwrights. Located in St John's Alley and signposted from Norwich City centre market square.
Norwich's Theatre Royal has the very best in entertainment all year round. From comedy, musicals, dance and opera, to drama and family shows, you will find something to suit every possible taste. Situated in the centre of Norwich, the Theatre Royal is easy to find and is surrounded by car parks for those travelling by car.
Norwich Puppet Theatre offers a unique experience to visitors, with a regular programme of performances and children's puppet-making workshops. Housed in a converted medieval church this is one of only two dedicated medieval puppet theatres in England.
Norwich Arts Centre
St. Benedict's Street, Norwich Norfolk
Norwich Arts Centre is a small and independently run venue with charitable status and is situated close to the centre of Norwich. It offers a broad range of performing and media arts to the community as well as numerous activities and workshops.
The Princess Theatre in Hunstanton offers live entertainment, cultural activities and films.
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a short distance from Norwich city centre, at the University of East Anglia (UEA). It is one of Britain's leading galleries and home to works by Picasso, Henry Moore and Bacon and offers practical classes and master classes.