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Based on the award-winning DreamWorks Animation film, direct from the West End and larger than life, Shrek the Musical is must-see show for your whole family.
Welcome to the world of Far Far Away – a land of princesses in towers, terrifying dragons and a handsome… oops, wrong story. If you’ve seen the films, you’ll know that grouchy green ogre Shrek is no Prince Charming. He is, however, a lot more fun.
With hit song 'I’m a Believer' now part of the show, plenty of tongue-in-cheek humour and appearances from a whole host of fairytale faithfuls — from the Three Blind Mice to Gingy the Gingerbread Man — you’re in for a joyous take on the world of Once Upon a Time at Shrek The Musical.
Grumpy green ogre Shrek just wants to be left alone, but the fairy-tale creatures outside his forest home won’t leave off for a minute. He’ll do anything for a quiet life and, in fact, he has to.
Vertically-challenged egomaniac Lord Farquaad sends Shrek on a mission to rescue the beautiful Princess Fiona from a fire-breathing dragon, helped, loosely, by a wise-cracking Donkey. Shrek soon discovers a secret that threatens to put paid to his dream of a quiet life for good.
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The Theatre Royal Norwich is situated on Theatre Street in the heart of Norfolk’s main city, close to Norwich Railway station. There has been a theatre building on or attached to this site since 1758. The current structure, built in 1935 following a fire the previous year, was based on the designs of the architect W H Barton. The venue holds1300 visitors and is the biggest theatre in the city.
The first production at the Theatre Royal Norwich following its reopening was White Horse Inn, a musical comedy by Ralph Benatzky and Robert Stolz, which opened on 30 September 1935.
Among the countless other shows to have graced this venerable theatre’s stage during its long history are a local production of Sleeping Beauty and touring productions of Peter Halls’ Tantalus, L’elisir d’amore, Macbeth and Albert Herring.
Today, the Theatre Royal Norwich enjoys consistent success and has established a solid reputation for hosting touring musical productions as well as producing locally developed shows.
The theatre is particularly popular amongst local residents and was affectionately termed the West End of The East by the pantomime performer André Vincent.
The layout, size and atmosphere of The Theatre Royal Norwich make it the perfect place to see musicals, dance and drama. Recent successes include a transfer of the West End production of Oliver!, Glyndebourne On Tour, The Northern Ballet and the Theatre Royal Norwich’s youth production of Snow White: The Truth.Whatever you decide to see at the Theatre Royal Norwich, we wish you an entertaining and rewarding visit.
Venue Address: Theatre Square, Nottingham, NG1 6LGView Map
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