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Pantomime Opportunities

Pantomime holds a very special place in our heart and we are proud to work with hugely talented and creative people to produce colourful, extravagant and humorous productions

We are keen to hear from Directors, Choreographers/Assistant Directors, Musical Directors and Band Musicians who would like to work with us on creating our pantomimes.

We believe that Theatres should be places which reflect and embrace the diversity of the world we live in. We are committed to removing barriers to inclusion and actively welcome submissions from individuals from all backgrounds, identities and lived experiences.

Access Performance Providers

Norwich Theatre are seeking to connect with local and national Freelance Providers to deliver a range of Audio Described, Captioned and Signed performances across our three stages.

Due to the nature of this work and delivery, engagement for performances will be as and when Norwich Theatre negotiates an access performance with the show’s producers as well as based on the providers portfolio of work.

How to register interest
If you are interested in connecting with Norwich Theatre please send a CV or letter of introduction to: 

We are also very happy to accept video or audio recordings if preferred – please send these as a password protected file on YouTube or Vimeo.

Artist Call-Out, Kindness Installation

Norwich Theatre is exploring Kindness throughout 2024. Alongside a public programme of shows, talks, workshops and activities for all ages, we will be commissioning an installation- a lasting legacy reflecting community voices and representing the communal impact of kindness, within our spaces.

We are looking to commission an artist to design, create and facilitate a new participatory installation for our Stage Two building. The installation will represent the voices of our community, and grow as the season progresses, through workshops and drop-ins throughout 2024.

The commission:

To create a new installation to hang in the windows of our Stage Two building, the piece should:

Reflect the theme of Kindness through Creativity.

Be participatory, offering the chance for the public to add to a growing representation of kindness.

Be inclusive, allowing people of all ages to engage and participate in its creation.

Be able to be suspended from a double-height ceiling when complete.

Be achievable within the set budget of £4000 (inclusive of materials, installation and artist fee.)

Timeline of Application:

Stage 1: Expressions of interest by 15 April 2024, 9am

Stage 2: Submission of proposal by 22 April 2024, 9am

Find out more and how to apply here.