From a Gavin and Stacey star to West End hits, these are the shows going on sale this September for Norwich Theatre venues. 

All shows go on sale to the public on the last Friday of the month and you can sign up to the Friends Scheme for priority access and discounts. 

Tickets are on sale now for Gold Friends, Supporters and Corporate Members, on September 27 for Best Friends and Friends and to the general public on September 29. 

These are the shows going on sale this week at the Theatre Royal, Playhouse and Stage Two. 

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The Classic Rock Show | February 4 2024

Expect anthem after anthem, riff after riff and solo after solo, culminating in a show-stopping guitar duel.

Jimmy Carr: Terribly Funny 2.0 | February 11 2024

Jimmy Carr's latest tour contains jokes about all kinds of terrible things as he returns to Norwich by popular demand. 

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An Audience with Lorraine Kelly | February 25 2024

Much-loved presenter, journalist and author Lorraine Kelly celebrates the publication of her captivating debut novel The Island Swimmer. 

Rob Brydon – A Night of Songs & Laughter | March 5 2024

Rob Brydon is one of the UK's finest entertainers and he will be joined by a superb nine-piece orchestra. He is also known for starring as Uncle Bryn in the hit BBC sitcom Gavin and Stacey.

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English Touring Opera present: A Rake's Progress | March 8 2024

Igor Stravinsky’s brilliantly inventive opera is a masterful blend of farce and tragedy.

English Touring Opera present: Manon Lescuat | March 9 2024

Manon Lescaut was Puccini’s first great success, portraying the flaring of love in a dramatic and musical triumph.

Frankie Boyle: Lap Of Shame | March 20 2024 – Extra date added

Extra date added due to popular demand from one of the nation's favourite stand-up comedians. 

Calendar Girls | April 2 – 6 2024

Following the death of a much-loved husband, a group of ordinary women in a small Yorkshire Women's Institute are prompted to do an extraordinary thing.

The Boy at the Back of the Class | April 23 – 27 2024

The Boy at the Back of the Class highlights the power of friendship and kindness in a world that does not always make sense.

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The Syndicate | April 30 – May 4 2024

Based on the hit BBC show written by Kay Mellor. As five supermarket employees’ lottery syndicate numbers come in, just as their jobs are under threat, will their dreams come true, or will their nightmares become a reality? 

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The 39 Steps | June 18 – 22 2024

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic spy thriller The 39 Steps is brilliantly recreated for the stage in a play that spent many years on London's West End. 

Rhod Gilbert & The Giant Grapefruit | June 30 2024

Hilariously dark, passionate and way too personal, this is classic Gilbert, squeezing every last drop out of life’s latest curveballs.

101 Dalmatians | July 9 – 13 2024

Fashionista Cruella de Vil plots to swipe all the Dalmatian puppies in town to create her fabulous new fur coat.

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A Chorus Line | 27 - 31 Aug 24

A Chorus Line is a musical masterpiece that revolutionised Broadway, with creator Michael Bennett using real-life testimonies.

Birdsong | November 12 – 16 2024

Marking 110 years since the start of the First World War, the critically-acclaimed stage production of Birdsong returns, based on the world-famous novel by Sebastian Faulks.


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Supergirly – Sleigh QUEEN | December 8 2023

Just like Christmas, SuperGirly is an all-singing, all-dancing glamorous feast.

Tim FitzHigham’s Comedy Christmas Cracker | December 9 2023

Laugh and fully enjoy the spirit of the season with Tim FitzHigham from Paddington 2, Afterlife, The Windsors and more.

The Lock In 'Christmas Carol' 2023 | December 11 2023

Join the BBC award-winning team of musicians and dancers for a show that is part gig, part dance show and part panto. 

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TOAST Poetry | February 4 2024

An evening of spoken word and live performance, TOAST is Norfolk’s biggest regular poetry night. 

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Dr Daniel Olaiya's Scientific Space Adventure | February 18 2024

Join CBBC’s Operation Ouch! presenter Dr. Daniel Olaiya as he takes you on an awe-inspiring journey to discover the effects of space travel on the human body.

The Nature of Forgetting | February 20 2024

Theatre Re's explosive, powerful and joyous piece about what is left when memory is gone.

Danny & Mick: Temple of Delusion | February 24 2024

The stars of CBBC’s 'Danny and Mick' are embarking on a new adventure. 

Tom Houghton - It’s Not Ideal | March 16 2024

The social media sensation sets out on his biggest and most hilarious show yet.

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Josh Pugh – Existin’ La Vida Loca | March 17 2024

Brand new stand-up show from Edinburgh Award-nominated comic Josh Pugh. 

Ray Bradshaw – Doppelginger | April 4 2024

Doppelginger is a heartwarming comedy show about a silly search for a man with an orange beard who is follicly challenged.  

Norwich – A Love Story | April 11 2024

Writer and theatremaker John Osborne has spent a year exploring the tiny details about Norwich. 

There’s a Monster In Your Show | April 18 2024

Tom Fletcher’s interactive adventures for big imaginations are leaping from page to stage.

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Dear Zoo | May 2 - 5 2024

Ben and Sally are searching for the perfect pet, but instead the zoo sends a far too big elephant, a far too grumpy camel and a far too jumpy frog.

Paul Foot: Dissolve | May 11 2024

Award-winning comedian Paul Foot is back on tour with Dissolve - his most personal, surprising and groundbreaking show yet.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street | May 14 – 18 2024

Attend the tale of Threshold Theatre Company as they return this summer with Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim's 'Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street'.


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Breathe | February 17 2024

Find the epic in the tiny in this celebration of trees, nature and finding space in a buzzing community.

The Big Dinosaur Show | February 20 2024

Join poet Simon Mole and musician Gecko for a family show full of poems, raps and songs.

What Does Stuff Do | February 23 2024

Juggler, water-bender and part-time deep-thinker Robin Dale presents his award-winning debut show.

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Emmanuel Sonubi: Curriculum Vitae | May 18 2024

Emmanuel Sonubi presents a whistle-stop tour through the jobs that have led him to become one of the hottest stand-ups on the circuit.

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