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Norwich Theatre Royal

Who we are

Norwich Theatre Royal is one of the East of England's largest and most successful theatres with over 250 years presenting theatre in Norwich....


Norwich Theatre Royal is the largest and most successful theatre in the East of England with over 400,000 people attending annually to watch 400 performances, ranging from shows for pre-school age children to grand opera, and everything in between.

We feature the best of West End shows from big musicals to great dramas, alongside dance, comedy, family shows, opera and music - Click Here for the latest show information.

The theatre has 1300 seats, spacious front of house areas with two bars, two function rooms and a café/restaurant and is fully accessible.  We host regular access performances  ensuring everyone can enjoy the magic of live performance:

  • British Sign Language Interpreted performances
  • Audio Described performances,
  • Captioned performances
  • and Relaxed performances.

Norwich Theatre Royal is a registered charity, working with thousands of local young people each year across training courses in theatre skills; educational visits and workshops; and work with the wider community as well. Stage Two is our new education and training centre (opened 2016) which houses all this work, and the theatre’s Learning & Participation team.

Ticket prices for every performance start from as little as £7 or £8, and we aim to keep the top prices at around 60-70% of what you’d pay in the West End for the same show or similar.

What we do

Charitable Support - Norwich Theatre Royal Trust Ltd is a registered charity (No. 262259) established in 1997.

We receive no revenue funding from public sources, and we rely on shares from Box Office Gross, Grants, Supporters & Funders, Hospitality and Business Income as well as our own Fundraising. Any surplus funds are reinvested in the theatre and our education programmes. Education is at the heart of everything we do as demonstrated by our flagship Norfolk Schools Project (NSP), which has run biannually since 1997. Central to the project's focus is the idea that, when given the opportunity, children can achieve things beyond their own and others' expectations.

Your ongoing support is essential to secure the future of Norwich Theatre Royal and our education projects. You will find more information on our commitment to the community within our Community Support pages.