The Pavilion Theatre is now the only Theatre-at-the-end-of-a-Pier that produces an in-house show every Summer and Christmas season in the World.
The Cromer Pier Show (that celebrated it’s 40th year in 2017) is one of the few true revue-style stage shows in Britain, showcasing live variety acts at their best, presented with production values equal to a West End production. The show delivers an eclectic blend of great pop music, breathtaking West End ballads, speciality acts and humour from top comedians.
Cromer Pier’s famous Theatre has 500 seats making for an intimate experience but drawing quality acts who always enjoy returning to the stage there.
Many now-familiar names have developed their careers at the Pavilion Theatre, including Bradley Walsh, Darren Day and Steve Hewlett. The Cromer Pier Show is nationally famous as an ‘incubator’ for true, quality talent for dancers, singers, actors, magicians, comedians and other variety acts. You never know, by coming to one of their shows, you could be one of the first to see the stars of the future…
The Cromer Pier Christmas Show (now in its 15th year – 2019) is getting bigger and bigger each year and is considered one of the best family friendly feel-good Christmas shows in the region, strengthening Norfolk’s excellent festive entertainment offering. Opening on the 25th November, and including matinee shows on Christmas Eve and Boxing Day right up until late December, it’s a great way to celebrate the Christmas period with your loved ones.
The Theatre showcases the very best touring shows for one night only during their Spring and Autumn season, with over 50 shows to choose from including children’s musical theatre, cabaret burlesque, fantastic musicians, top comedy and the cream of the country’s tribute shows. Why not check out their website and discover what’s on – there really is something for everybody to enjoy.
The Pavilion Theatre,
Cromer Pier, Promenade, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9HE.
Groups: 01263 514459
Office: 01263 512281
Box Office: 01263 512495
(We love the fact that Google Maps shows the Pavilion Theatre as being in the middle of the sea – accurate of course, but nonetheless wonderful! ☟)