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There’s No Place Like Cromer

February 27 @ 7:30 pm


Exploring the pull between London and home for a rural Norfolk girl, this is a new play developed with support from The Garage, All-In Productions and funding from Arts Council England.

The show is written as a celebration of Norfolk and its weird and wonderful characters.

Set entirely in Liverpool Street Station; join Doris for a magical journey of self-acceptance where everything is not quite as it seems…

Doris is bored of Cromer and looking for something more, ’she don’t know what, she just know that ‘ent what she already got’.

With only a pigeon, suitcase and weird old Norfolk poet for guidance, Doris is left to dream about her possible future…Can pigeons really talk? Is the lure of her Nan’s suet puddun’ too much to resist? And why hev she got such a stoopud name? All in all, it’s a rum ole do.

Suitable for all ages.

Tickets £10


February 27
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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The Garage (Norwich)
14 Chapplefield North
Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1NY United Kingdom
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