Why Norfolk… Christmas Season 2015/16

Why Norfolk… Norfolk Christmas

With seven weeks to go till Christmas, our bookings over the festive period are adding up. We still have some beautiful properties available, promising a fantastic wintery retreat, it’s not too late so don’t hesitate to get in touch. http://www.norfolkshiddengems.co.uk With lots of guests evidently planning early, now’s the time to look at What’s on around Norfolk this December. So you can make every moment count during your holidays and make lots of fabulous memories.

Our top faves:

Cromer Pier Christmas Show, a real variety performance for all the family. At the only end-of-pier Christmas show in the UK, the Cromer Pier Christmas Show celebrates its 11th birthday this year. http://www.cromerpier.co.uk/cromer-pier-show/christmas-show-2015-2/

Sheringham Little Theatre – Cinderella
Once again written by West End star Killian Donnelly, who is known for his appearances in Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera and Memphis, this year’s panto promises as much singing, dancing and hilarity as ever – and perhaps even more tidings of comfort and joy. http://sheringhamlittletheatre.com

Thursford Christmas Spectacular
The largest Christmas entertainment event of its kind in the UK – and it’s in Norfolk! With a £3m budget, it’s a three hour celebration of the festive season featuring a fusion of the seasonal and sacred with chart-topping favourites and traditional carols. http://www.thursford.com

Norwich Theatre Royal – Snow White
Richard Gauntlett and Ben Langley are the first cast confirmed for this year’s seasonal spectacular Snow White, which runs from December 15 to January 17. http://www.theatreroyalnorwich.co.uk

Hunstanton Princess Theatre – Aladdin
Come and join Aladdin on a Magical Carpet ride at The Princess and get your Christmas off to a flying start! http://www.princesshunstanton.co.uk

King’s Lynn Corn Exchange – Robin Hood
Journey with us into the enchanted world of Sherwood Forest as Robin Hood and his motley band of Merry Men clean up at the annual archery contest, wind up the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham, and battle to rescue Maid Marian from his evil clutches. http://www.kingslynncornexchange.co.uk

There is much more to do in Norfolk this winter, a lovely winter walk at Holkham or fish&chips on Cromer pier or what about going to check out the baby seals at Wells. A trip to Holt also can’t be missed, coffee, cake and antiques.


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