Great entertainment on the pier

THERE'S a summer of great entertainment in store at The Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, and every week throughout the season you can win free tickets for the popular pier shows.

THERE'S a summer of great entertainment in store at The Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, and every week throughout the season you can win free tickets for the popular pier shows.

The season begins next month and this week we launch the weekly competitions with the chance to win tickets for the show on Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15 (full details below).

Later on there will opportunities to win tickets for the renowned summer variety show Seaside Special as well as the many varied concerts and shows that together make the theatre one of the premier entertainment venues on the East Coast.

This year's show list is one of the most comprehensive ever offering a rich variety of entertainment from ballet to rock , musicals to folk and magic to comedy.


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Kicking off this great season of entertainment on Saturday 14th March at 8pm is the legendary That'll Be The Day one the most successful touring shows in the UK. It features a nostalgic mix of music from the 50's through to the 90's presented in a non-stop show of music and comedy.

On Sunday 15th March 7.30pm 'Lets Hang On' Europe's No 1 tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons make their very first appearance in Cromer. The music of Frankie Valli was recognised around the world for it's legendary falsetto lead vocal and incredible doo-wop harmonies.

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Other highlights of the early season at the Pavilion Theatre

include Cromer's favourite comedian Tucker who returns for another of his tip top fun packed shows full of his very own style of humour and eccentric take on life.

Enjoy a night out with The Westenders 22nd March featuring the songs and music from London's top shows. Sing along to the music of 'Calamity Jane' one of the all time favourite musicals when it visits the Pavilion Theatre on 28th March.

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