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Cromer pier show’s trip to Norwich on Friday highlights bus links for audiences

PUBLISHED: 16:17 15 July 2014 | UPDATED: 16:17 15 July 2014

Singers Jane Watkins and Louis Yssel with dancers frmo the Cromer Pier summer show. Picture: SUBMITTED

Singers Jane Watkins and Louis Yssel with dancers frmo the Cromer Pier summer show. Picture: SUBMITTED


A well-known seaside show is moving inland to Norwich city centre on Friday.

The cast of Cromer Pier’s summer show will do three mini performances at The Forum.

They will arrive on a Konectbus at 10.45am in full glitz and glam costume before doing show tasters at 11.30am, 12.30pm and 1.30pm.

The event is to promote the sale of this summer’s Cromer Pier Show tickets from Norwich Bus Station.

The stage will be backed by buses from the Konectbus and Anglianbus fleets.

Cromer Pier and the two companies, part of the Go-Ahead Group, are keen to promote bus travel to Cromer and encourage passengers to discover for themselves why this year’s Cromer Pier Show has been getting rave reviews.

For the first time ever people in Norwich can travel by bus to Cromer and buy their show tickets at Norwich Bus Station to get 10pc off on all tickets to The Cromer Pier Show.

Julian Patterson Managing Director of Konectbus said “We are delighted to be able to team up with such a famous show and the iconic Cromer Pier, it is a real bonus for our passengers and remembering that we accept the UK senior citizens bus passes on all our services a day trip to Cromer and a discounted ticket to the show is a superb value day out.”


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