Norwich’s Theatre Royal has revealed a series of one-off shows for 2020 that will go on public sale this Friday, November 8.

The shows cover music, dance, and film and accompany the venue’s main programme of longer-run shows.

The new events are:

April 10 – Michala Jane School of Dance – 25th Anniversary – nearly 300 performers from one of East Anglia’s best-known dance schools celebrate a quarter of a century of nurturing local talent.

April 14 – Best of That’ll Be The Day – A nostalgic evening of music from across the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, featuring the most popular and most requested numbers, sketches, and impressions from more than 33 years of touring. Tickets £10-£29.50.

April 27 – Northern Ballet’s Little Red Riding Hood – a 40-minute dance version of the classic fairytale, especially devised for a family audience. Tickets £8.

May 26 – Banff Mountain Film Festival – a screening of short films from the festival’s ‘Red’ programme, featuring film-makers and explorers in some of the most remote and challenging parts of the globe. Tickets £10-£17.

July 5 – Good Vibrations – the Buzz Band perform a host of Beach Boys songs in collaboration with the English Philharmonic Orchestra. Tickets £10-38.50.

July 9 – Jane McDonald – the reality TV singer returns with her Let The Light In tour, featuring a live band and backing singers. Tickets £10-£47.50.

October 25 – Sixties Gold – eight chart-toppings acts from the 1960s perform memorable and much-loved songs from their canon of more than 50 UK hits. Features The Tremeloes, Mamas and Papas UK, Hermans Hermits, The Marmalade, The Merseybeats, Dave Berry, Steve Ellis, and The Pacemakers.

Tickets £10-£39.50