Sheringham Little Theatre
Sheringham Little Theatre is in Sheringham, Norfolk. It is in the centre of the town and offers a large range of entertainment throughout the year, notably its summer repertory season which runs from July to September every year.
The building which houses the theatre was built in 1897, and was originally the Town Hall. It started to become a centre for the arts in 1914, when silent films were played for the public. The building became known as The Picture House, eventually being taken over by Victor Harrison in 1930. While the cinema closed in 1960, the theatre opened that same year and has been continuing since.