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Health and Complementary Therapy Fair
at Sheringham High School
To raise funds in support of our ‘Specialist Schools’ in the ‘Performing Arts’ bid a Health & Complementary Therapy Fair will take place at Sheringham High School on Saturday 26th February between 10am and 4pm.
Stalls booked include Reflexology, Homeopathy, Allergy Testing, Crystal Healing and Yoga.
If you would like to book a table please contact Kate Davis on 01263 822363.
Snacks, light lunches and healthy drinks will be available.
Please come and support your local school!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sheringham Little Theatre has an exciting line up for the spring programme: The season kicks off with the popular children’s club and a Saturday matinee showing of Burglar Bill! Other children’s shows include 3 Billy Goats Gruff and Stig of the Dump – wonderful traditional tales for children, Mums and Dads and Grans and Grandpas to share!  Adult drama starts in the evening with Wayward Women. Other productions include Tennessee William’s play Glass Menagerie and Salome.

Alan Price is one of the celebrities visiting the theatre with Julie Felix and Harvey Andrews providing other musical treats. Terry Lightfoot and his Big Band will be playing to celebrate the work of Louis Armstrong.  There will be a delightful Flanders and Swan evening as well as a performance of Tango!  Paranormal investigator, Lizzie Falconer, who you may have seen on Anglia TV’s haunted programme, is hosting an evening at the Little Theatre too!   Two very special events this season are the Celebration of Performing Arts which is a youth festival showcasing all the young local talent and a tribute to the lifeboats in conjunction with Eastern Angles Theatre Company who have written a new play called ‘Beyond the Breakers’.  These are just some of the choices on offer as well as all the regular films, workshops, art and literature events. The local companies will be active too with The Savoyards producing Ruddigore! and an Old Time Music Hall.  Something for everyone – we look forward to welcoming you in the spring!
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