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Sheringham Theatre welcomes actors for a season of summer drama

PUBLISHED: 10:14 17 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:14 17 July 2018

The Don’t Dress for Dinner cast enjoy a moment on Sheringham beach before rehearsals. Photo: Richard Batson

The Don’t Dress for Dinner cast enjoy a moment on Sheringham beach before rehearsals. Photo: Richard Batson

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A cast of actors are preparing for curtain up on the summer season at a north Norfolk seaside theatre.

Work begins at rehearsals. Photo: Richard BatsonWork begins at rehearsals. Photo: Richard Batson

The group of ten performers have arrived at Sheringham’s Little Theatre for the five play series that will run over the course of the summer.

The season opens with a fast-paced French farce Don’t Dress for Dinner on Thursday, July 26, and the six actors starring in the production began their ten day rehearsal schedule this week.

Theatre director Debbie Thompson said: “The day when the first cast arrives is my favourite day of the year.

“Everyone is excited for the first show, and this year we’re beginning with our biggest ever cast for an opener.

The cast reading through the first play with director Gillian King. Photo: Richard BatsonThe cast reading through the first play with director Gillian King. Photo: Richard Batson

“We always have a blend of newcomers and people who have appeared before who can reassure the younger members that it can all come together in just a few days.”

Don’t Dress for Dinner will run from July 26 to August 1.

Call 01263 822347 or visit www.sheringhamlittletheatre.com to book tickets.


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