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This is a wonderful little theatre, everyone is so friendly!
Parking is easy, use the Waitrose one, free after 6pm, or street park nearby.
Wonderfully clean loos.
A bar, and a tea/coffee area. Plus a sweet shop with none of the super-inflated prices in a...More
Have been to the Norbury Theatre many times for various shows.
This was the first cinema visit and didn't quite know what to expect.
The sound was brilliant and full screen cinema performance.
Volunteers as always were very friendly and helpful
An enjoyable evening out...More
An excellent experience; quite simoly a pleasure being entertained by such gifted entertainers ( Young & Old...And a little in between).
Considering all of the staff; including the guys & girls on the Stage. They are all volunteers. Everyone at this Theatre makes you feel...More
15 of our active stroke survivors group attended this years Panto Curtesy of Bromsgrove Lions and we all thoroughly enjoyed it.
Babes is the Wood lived up to the tradition of panto with an excellent baddy a brilliant dame and delightful leads.
The production was...More
When you enter the Norbury you feel as though you've been transported back to the 1930's, indeed you half expect to have to stand at the end of the show for the National anthem.
For someone of my generation it's just marvellous, rekindling memories of...More
I have visited the Norbury theatre several times now and found it to be a lovely friendly theatre I have taken my grandchildren to films there e.g Paddington and also pantomime which has been great., it's so good for parking to so a good all...More
I am a keen theatre goer but in all the 30 years I have lived in Droitwich I had never been to the Norbury theatre until recently. A friend told me it was good and so three of us went to see The History Boys....More
It's great that a small town like Droitwich has its own little theatre, it's used by the amateur dramatics, has shows, pantomimes and does film screenings. There's a public car park opposite, it's a clean and well kept theatre with a small foyer bar. I...More