2017 is proving to be another successful and exciting year for us.
In February we presented The Ladykillers at the Little Theatre to full houses, and you'll find photos in our gallery.
Then at the end of May, we enjoyed a terrific week's run of our annual musical Made in Dagenham at the Cromer Pier Pavilion, and what a fantastic and successful week we had. Our generous audiences raised nearly £3000 for our chosen charity, the Norfolk branch of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Photos can be seen in the photo gallery and click here for the review.
And most recently, the final curtain has fallen on our Autumn production at the Little Theatre in Sheringham, We Found Love and an Exquisite Set of Porcelain Figurines Aboard the SS Farndale Avenue.
Thank you to all our audiences who have supported us throughout 2017.
2016 kicked off with packed houses for our hugely well received Little Theatre production of The Vicar of Dibley back in February.
And in May at the Pier Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, we enjoyed a hugely successful run of Calamity Jane. Read the review here. Our generous audiences donated £2760.25 by way of bucket collections for our chosen charity Walking with the Wounded, and to this figure, CSODS added a further £500 making a grand total of £3260.25.
Calamity Jane May/June 2016
And in October, we presented a compelling and haunting drama, Bracken Moor, back at the Sheringham Little Theatre, nominated for Best Play in NODA East Region 5.
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We rounded off 2015 with comedy back at the Little Theatre again in October with The Birds, The Bees and Therapy, a hilarious comedy by Jack Williams. We were thrilled to be joined by the writer who loved it! Click here for details and the review!
2014 marked our Centenary and proved a very special year for us. North Norfolk News 3/4/14
We also raised over £3200 for charity, taken part in both Cromer anrdd Sheringham Carnivals, as well as winning the most voted for boat in the Crab and Lobster Festival Bootiful Boat Trail. We also marked our proud history by unveiling plaques celebrating our Centenary and our long association at the Sheringham Little Theatre and Cromer Pier Pavilion Theatre. Click here for a few of our Centenary photos.