It’s the height of the summer season in Caister and Great Yarmouth, and there’s plenty of seaside fun to be had in for all the family.
Read on to find out what’s on in Caister and Great Yarmouth this month.
The Hippodrome Circus Summer Spectacular Circus, one of Great Yarmouth’s most popular attractions, continues this August. The show includes numerous spectacular acts from across the globe, including flying trapeze artists, a globe of death bikers, high-flying acrobats, comedy from the much loved Jack Jay and Johnny Mac, and a stunning water show.
The Summer Spectacular runs till the 17th September.
Relieve the music of one of the greatest pop groups of all time when Abba the Show 2017 hits the stage at the Britannia Pier this month. Produced by Barry Walker and Smackee, Abba The Show 2017 features all the greatest Abba hits, including Waterloo, Mammia Mia and Dancing Queen.
Abba the Show is on at the Britannia Pier Tuesday 15 Aug 2017. Tickets range from £11.50 to £17.50.
Come along to St George’s Theatre and St George’s Plaza this month for a two day long Festival of Magic.
Magic acts performing at the festival include former Britain’s Got Talent favourites Stevie Pink – Master Illusionist and Jeffrey Drayton with his puppet Chantel. Other acts in attendance include Chris North – The Mentalist, Tricky Twisters and Andy the Clown. Other attractions include a visit from some beautiful owls from Fritton Owl Sanctuary as well as face painting.
The two day festival run from Festival, Tue 22 – Wed 23 Aug, and tickets cost £3.
Take yourself along to the Gorleston Pavilion Theatre this August for a traditional cabaret style theatre experience courtesy of Gypsy Productions. The feel-good, Summer Season Show features song, dance, comedy and much, much more.
Ticket prices for the Summer Season Show at Gorleston Pavilion Theatre are £16.00 for adults and £5.00 for children 15 and under.
Comedy legend Jimmy Tarbuck returns to Great Yarmouth this month at Britannia Pier. During his 40 year showbiz career, Jimmy has delighted millions of television viewers with his quick wit cheeky grin and boyish charm. After beginning life at Butlins, Jimmy was a firm fixture on our television screen in the 70s and 80s with show such as the Jimmy Tarbuck Show, Winner Takes All and Tarby And Friends.
Jimmy Tarbuck takes to the stage on Fri 18 Aug, tickets range from £18 to £24.