It is the first time since Covid that the Little Theatre has run a summer season and venue director Debbie Thompson is delighted to be back in action with a varied offering. She said: “People are enjoying returning to the theatre to see live performances, and we are excited to be staging four different shows that will appeal to all tastes. Summer Holiday is a fantastic feel-good family show – which is just what we need after the last couple of years. But we also have a brilliant Willy Russell drama that is as relevant today as it was the in 1970s when it was written, plus a tense thriller and a classic Ayckbourn comedy which audiences always love. So all aboard for a cracking summer.”
The other Sheringham summer shows are:
August 4-6 – Stags and Hens – Willy Russell’s drama set in a 1970s nightclub where soon-to-be married Dave and Linda, and their friends, discover their pre-wedding party nights turn out to be at the same venue.
Image credit Nick Earnshaw - The Stafford cast getting into Stags and Hens mode – Amy Skilton, Phoebe Reynolds, Libby Birtles, Alice Read-Haynes, Alex Walton and Charlie Allan-Smith.
August 9-13 - Wait Until Dark – a thriller set in 1960s London involving a con-man, two ex-convicts and a mysterious doll
August 23-31 - Table Manners – classic Alan Ayckbourn comedy romp as Annie’s planned illicit weekend with Norman unravels
More details and tickets at www.sheringhamlittletheatre.com or the box office on 01263 822347.