Seaside theatre’s army of volunteers seeks new recruits
- Credit: Archant
Sheringham Little Theatre is seeking to boost the ranks of its army of volunteers, who keep the venue running by carrying out roles ranging from set-builder and stage hand, to usher and costume-maker.
The 162-seat venue, which serves up a year-round mix of entertainment ranging from films and youth productions, to a traditional family pantomime and a famous summer repertory season, also relies on volunteers to help out in its Hub cafe and bar.
Kitchen assistant Paula Faiers, whose homemade cakes are a firm favourite among customers, said: "When you come to the Hub, you are served by people who genuinely want to be here, and that makes such a difference in today's world."
Derek Nightingale, who, with his wife Elsa, became a volunteer as a way of meeting new people, said: "Volunteering gives you a feeling of worth after retirement, along with the satisfaction of knowing you are supporting local theatre."
To find out more about volunteering at Sheringham Little Theatre, phone 01263 822347 or email: email@example.com
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