With lockdown restrictions about to be lifted, we’re getting ready to open our doors for some fabulous entertainment at St. George’s Theatre.

On May 22nd the hugely popular Captain Calamity brings his weird and wacky world to Great Yarmouth with an outdoor performance for children of all ages on the St George’s Plaza.

Then on June 26th there’s an evening of magic and comedy from Mike Wallis and Friends, who are generously donating all proceeds to the theatre. Don’t miss this one – it’s Mike’s last stage performance.

Punk era legends the Blockheads join us on July 10th, bringing with them lots of reasons to be cheerful.

Before all of that, checkout Outskirts online from March 22nd to 31st – a fabulous one-man show featuring Ashton Owen

Book now. We can’t wait to see you.


IT'S SHOWTIME! – See what's on and when:

The Captain Calamity Adventures
Mad House Kids Entertainment
Sat 22 May
St George's Theatre Plaza

Guinness World Record Breaking Captain Calamity has been busy during Lockdown conjuring up a great new show with all the craziness, magic, science and bubbles that you've come to love plus a large ice-cream scoop of awesome new stuff...

George Don’t Do That by Joyce Grenfell – performed by Loraine Metcalfe
Sat 29 May
St George's Theatre

Joyce Grenfell’s witty monologues as a long suffering nursery school teacher made her into an English comedy legend. Her brilliantly observed, funny, bittersweet sketches and songs are performed by popular actress Loraine...

A St George's Theatre production
Tue 1 Jun - Wed 2 Jun
St George's Theatre

A gripping new theatre piece from James McDermott and Marcus Romer.Five Norfolk teenagers find danger when they investigate the disappearance of a school friend.Fusing live performance and technology, Ghosted takes place at various...

The HandleBards
Tue 15 Jun
St George's Theatre Plaza

Pedalling from venue to venue with all of their set, props and costumes on the back of their bikes, the HandleBards are a four-strong troupe of actors who are spending the summer bringing environmentally sustainable Shakespeare to venues...

We Are One
Rewriting Rural Racism
Sat 19 Jun
St George's Theatre

We Are One is an essential watch in our current times. It is a series of short films which tackle the way migrants can be stereotyped in Norfolk and highlights how important migration has been for the county. Drawing on local stories,...

A St George's Theatre production
Tue 22 Jun - Wed 23 Jun
St George's Theatre

Written by Jim CartwrightDirected by Marcus Romer1 pub. 14 different characters. 2 actors. Two is a quickfire tragi-comedy set in a pub full of recognisable regulars.A bickering husband and wife and the dozen regulars who pass through...