The Maddermarket Theatre is a British theatre located in St. John’s Alley in Norwich, Norfolk, England. It was founded in 1921 by Nugent Monck.
The theatre was originally built as a Roman Catholic chapel in 1794. It was small, the main body of the building measuring only forty by forty-six feet. However, a vaulted ceiling gave it excellent acoustics; more importantly, it already had galleries on three sides. The building was quickly converted by the Guild of Norwich Players from a state of near-dereliction into an Elizabethan style playhouse. The Maddermarket Theatre opened in 1921, with the resident in-house Norwich Players putting on up to 12 productions a year. Visiting theatre companies and other acts occupy the theatre at other times.
Various prices available. Contact office@maddermarket for more details or check the specific show on maddermarket.co.uk
Box office opens from 10am – 4pm. On show days it closes at 7.30pm.
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