Norwich Theatre presents a vibrant programme of live performance and creative engagement activities to entertain, enrich and inspire audiences of all ages and backgrounds. We work with national and international partners, from the Royal Shakespeare Company to Dance Consortium; Glyndebourne to Matthew Bourne to ensure we bring the very best theatre to our region. But we also collaborate with local artists and community groups, schools and charities to make all our creative experiences have wide reaching positive impact.
We are an independent not-for-profit charity with no regular public funding, and rely on a share of ticket sales, one-off grants, fundraising/membership schemes and other commercial activities to deliver the work we do. Any surplus funds generated each year are reinvested into our artistic and creative programmes and support our work with the community to keep inspiring future generations.
We are proud to have launched our Creative Experiences strategy. Built on four pillars that bring our mission to life, it shares our commitment to ensuring all we do is relevant, welcoming and impactful.
Please explore the pillars to discover what they hold in store for Norwich Theatre and all who engage with us.