Start in the foyer of the theatre and find out what is in store for you on your tour.
Turn right into the auditorium and listen to a whistle-stop rundown of the key dates in St George’s history.
On the centre pillar of the theatre you’ll find code 3. Listen on to find out why St George’s Church was built.
Becoming a Theatre
How does a parish church become a theatre? The next QR code is through the door to the right of the stage.
Tread the boards and learn more about the weird world of theatrical superstitions and traditions. Continue the tour in the wings on stage left.
Many actors have visited St George’s, but what’s it like performing here? To hear their stories, find the QR code in the south dressing room, just off stage right.
Memories of St George’s
We’ve been a theatre for a long time and countless people have worked tirelessly to keep St George’s going. Hear from them inside the auditorium on the central pillar.
Go upstairs to get a closer look at the magnificent roof and find out about the old organ. Turn left in the foyer and find the QR code on the gallery.
The Story of Egbert Cadbury
What makes a hero? Find out about the heroic defence of Great Yarmouth by Egbert Cadbury at the far end of the gallery.
The façade and the tower
The Theatre’s striking façade and beautiful tower are a landmark of the town’s skyline. Join us on a trip up the tower at the final QR code outside the café.
A well earned rest…
After all that excitement, why not pop into the café for a cream tea or a slice of cake. You’ve earned a little rest!