Sheringham theatre postpones summer season

Published: 5 April 2020
Reporter: Steve Orme

Little Theatre director Debbie Thompson at the launch of the summer season line-up with cast member and theatre marketing manager Steve Banks

Sheringham’s Little Theatre has postponed its 60th anniversary summer season and is vowing to hold it in 2021.

The Norfolk venue, which is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, has lined up a five-play, six-week season featuring a farce which will have is world première.

The season comprises: Frederick Knott’s psychological thriller Wait Until Dark, Willy Russell’s comedy Stags and Hens, Alan Ayckbourn’s Season’s Greetings, Out of Order by Ray Cooney and Cure for a Common Cold, a traditional farce given a modern twist by James Cawood.

Little Theatre director Debbie Thompson said, “we were really excited about this summer’s big anniversary season which we had specially designed to reflect our 60-year milestone. We’re still looking forward to staging it—but a year later than planned.”