Why Norfolk… For Christmas?
With Christmas fast approaching, our bookings over the festive period are filling up. We still have some beautiful properties available, promising a fantastic winter retreat, it’s not too late so don’t hesitate to get in touch. With lots of guests evidently planning early, now’s the time to look at What’s on around Norfolk this December. That way you can make every moment count during your holidays and create lots of fabulous memories.
Our top faves:
Cromer Pier Christmas Show, variety performance
At the only end-of-pier Christmas show in the UK, the Cromer Pier Christmas Show is fast becoming one of the top ‘must see’ family Christmas shows in Norfolk. If you like laugh-out-loud comedy, amazing dance routines and glitzy costumes and exceedingly good value for money, book now.
Sheringham Little Theatre – Beauty And The Beast
After the hugely successful Wizard of Oz last year, the team return with their magical pantomime Beauty and the Beast. Packed full of modern songs, dances, hilarious characters, mayhem and stunning effects, join us as we take you on a special journey of enchantment in one of the best loved fairy tales of all time. The perfect festive treat for all the family.
An extravaganza of non-stop singing, dancing, music, humour and variety. It’s a fast moving celebration of the festive season featuring an eclectic mix of both seasonal and year round favourites. This is the largest Christmas entertainment event of its kind in the UK.
Norwich Theatre Royal – Aladdin
Come and join us on a mystical magic-carpet ride this Christmas for our popular family pantomime Aladdin. Steven Roberts(Hollyoaks, The History Boys) takes on the title role aiming to outwit the evil Abanazar, played by Emmerdale and Casualty star Rik Makarem. Joining them will be Milkshake favourite Kiera-Nicole Brennan as the Genie, Richard Gauntlett as Widow Twankey, and Ben Langley as Wishee-Washee, plus further casting to be announced. Written and directed once again by Richard Gauntlett, the show is set in the Far East and promises entertainment for all the family.
Hunstanton Princess Theatre – Snow White
Mirror Mirror on the wall which is the best panto of them all?” Not to be dwarfed by 2017’s panto, 2018’s extravaganza really is set to be the fairest of them all. We are delighted to announce that the 2018 pantomime at the Princess Theatre, Hunstanton will be Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Brought to you by Tony Peers Productions.
King’s Lynn Corn Exchange – Sleeping Beauty
The Princess is searching for happiness, Evil Carabosse is searching for revenge, Chester the Jester is searching for someone to laugh at his terrible jokes and Dame Nellie Night Nurse is searching for a man… in the two front rows!
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.Tags: Holiday Homes, Holidays