Theatre Royal, Norwich

Theatre Royal, Norwich

The Theatre Royal is the largest theatre in Norwich, Norfolk, England. It presents a large range of drama, dance, comedy, music and other entertainment. It performs many good shows a year, but the one that really gets people in is the Christmas Special. In 2006, it was Cinderella, starring Richard Gauntlett who played ' Buttons'. In 2007, it was Dick Whittington, starring Colin Baker as ' King Rat '. 2007's production was written and directed by Richard Gauntlett, who also played a part in the pantomime, starring as ' Sarah' who worked at the pantomime's shop 'Aldermans Emporium' or as Jack says 'Empanorium'.

In 2008 the theatre showed a tribute to the Rat Pack which was said by aclaimed critic Ross Procter to be the best show ever seen.Fact|date=July 2008

ee also

* Sewell Barn Theatre
* Maddermarket Theatre

External links

* [ Theatre Royal Norwich]

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