'Absolutely thrilled' - Cromer pier's autumn season returns
An autumn of music and comedy is set to return to the Pavilion Theatre at Cromer Pier after a coronavirus-enforced break of 16 months.
Deb Lewis, the pier's marketing, box office and retail manager, said the team is "absolutely thrilled to be staging the first of the autumn touring shows and welcoming our concert audiences back to the theatre".
There will be comedy with Ian Ashpital and Jonty Stephens as duo Eric and Ern, a 'Step Inside the 60s' with Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich and the Fortunes, and 'Rock for Heroes', a show dedicated to Help the Heroes charity.
Michael Portillo will also be sharing his stories from the worlds of politics and railways.
The season kicks off on Saturday (October 9) with artist Barry Steele as he celebrates the musical legacy of the Big O in the West End production of The Roy Orbison Story.
Tickets for all shows at cromerpier.co.uk or box office 01263 512495.