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Cinemas, theatres, shows, gigs, jazz and folk music for the Little Emily Hotel area. Use these brilliant websites to find out what films, plays, concerts, gigs and shows are on in the Little Emily Hotel area and around Norfolk. You can read the reviews and see maps of the locations.
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Whats On around Great Yarmouth - cinema, theatre, live music, festivals, plays. The site lists films, plays, concerts, gigs and shows running or about to run around Norfolk.

Read the reviews and see the locations. Plan your night out on just one page! A brilliant site!

Cinemas around Great Yarmouth

Hollywood Royalty Cinema

Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 2DL, UK – 01493 852600

Helpful staff and a very nice local cinema that has the personal touch. Cost are better than the main chains. Food cost are more reasonable than the main chain too. However a little less choice due to limited space. This does make the visit feel more personal. Screens are good and sound too that is on par with the largest chain if you take like for like. Parking is not right outside the door so it should taken into account when going, so have time to park and walk to the entrance.

Nice cinema look out for the special offers. Staff very pleasant. And food and drink isn't a rip off. Leave plenty of time to find a parking place because the cinema car park is used by the hotels

Theatres for Great Yarmouth

St George's Theatre Trust

.George's, St Georges Theatre, King St, Great Yarmouth NR30 2PG, UK – 01493 745461

Attended St Georges Theatre last night to see Dirty Dancing and what a great night. The theatre, although a little cold, is beautiful. The staff were friendly and nothing was too much trouble. The show was AMAZING...the cast were fab...not only talented with their dancing and singing but a really funny show with some little bits of adult humour. My daughter and I had the best night so thank you. Big shout out to the lovely lady that played Lisa!! You are a star....hilarious and made the show! Well done.

Very good panto thy do well for amateurs. Pity the dancers could not have their own show

Great Yarmouth Britannia Pier

Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 2EH, UK – 01493 842914

Its awesome for day out! Lots of things to see and enjoyable esp the fish and chips is brilliant! 😃

While I am more accustomed to the "classier" types of pier, I thought it would be interesting to visit the "pier of the working class", as the Victorians may have addressed it as. The entrance building is an unusual design. The lower section is clad in dark green with gold accents, which vaguely approaches fanciful. It advertises "the Pier Tavern". However, the upper section is entirely bold, brash, garish, plastered in bright theatre advertising boards to the front, and bright orange plastic cladding to the sides, probably retained from the 1970s. Overall, the entrance serves its purpose well. The amusement arcade is average - nothing wrong about it; I am sure that it will provide good entertainment for families. The exterior was relatively quiet, with facehole pictures and small rides lightly distributed along the length of the pier neck. Further down the pier is the theatre, whose architecture is difficult to love. While Lowestoft South Pier's 1956 pavilion (demolished 1989) was ahead of its time, Britannia Pier's 1958 theatre looked like an industrial incinerator building or a grain elevator - completely inappropriate for the sensitive nature of pier architecture. However, I would think that the interior looks much better than the exterior. The end of the pier accommodates the larger rides, which all appeared to be closed at the time. The beaches in Great Yarmouth have a very shallow gradient, meaning that the pier barely reaches the sea at all. You may have a chance of meeting the sea via the pier if you walk onto the seemingly abandoned landing stage, where a very small section is still open to the public. Overall a solid pier, aimed at families mainly. No major faults, but not really my sort of pier.

Hollywood Royalty Cinema

Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth NR30 2DL, UK – 01493 852600

Helpful staff and a very nice local cinema that has the personal touch. Cost are better than the main chains. Food cost are more reasonable than the main chain too. However a little less choice due to limited space. This does make the visit feel more personal. Screens are good and sound too that is on par with the largest chain if you take like for like. Parking is not right outside the door so it should taken into account when going, so have time to park and walk to the entrance.

Nice cinema look out for the special offers. Staff very pleasant. And food and drink isn't a rip off. Leave plenty of time to find a parking place because the cinema car park is used by the hotels

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Let the BBC give you some ideas for events around Norfolk.

UK Gig Guide - search for music events and gigs of all kinds near Great Yarmouth, or in Norfolk, or across the UK. Currently it has a large panel of adverts across the top of the site but preserver down the page and you will usually find what you need. You can also find various kinds of bands for weddings, etc.