The theatres of Great Yarmouth are struggling in the current climate. Places like Britannia Pier and St. George’s Theater could do with some much needed investment with inclusion towards building renovations and show funds. Especially at Britannia Pier, whose acts usually consist of shows that are geared towards tourists who come to visit each year. Most of Yarmouth’s fame comes from how well it’s geared towards tourism, so investment into these buildings could give the arts in Norfolk the surge they need to survive.
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