Attila the Stockbroker

Friday 16th February 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets (£10 Seated)

Punk poet, latterly dub poet, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Attila the Stockbroker exploded into public consciousness in 1982-3 via two John Peel sessions and a Melody Maker front cover and is now celebrating over forty years earning a living doing what he loves.


Ed Pole Tudor

Friday 5th April 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £12 (Seated)

Ed Tudor-Pole began with a brief stint as a Sex Pistol replacing Johnny Rotten, before things really took off in the early 80s for his band Tenpole Tudor producing such singalong hits as ‘Swords Of A Thousand Men’ & ‘Wunderbar’. Ed went onto find considerable success in film & T.v starring alongside Clint Eastwood, Joe Strummer, and Gary Oldman amongst others. Now playing mainly solo acoustic shows, Ed treats his audiences to a delightful mix of punk, country & Rock’n’Roll.


John Otway and Wild Willy Barrett

Sunday 5th May 2024

Doors open 7.30pm, Tickets £18 (Seated)

They like Cromer so much they are back again, if you have missed them before make sure you get your tickets we sold out in 2023.

Acts at the community centre

10th to 12th May 2024

more details to follow


Saturday 18th May 2024

doors open 7.30pm Tickets £12

Tom Robinson

Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £22.50


Musician and broadcaster Tom Robinson presents an evening of songs and stories spanning five decades of adventures in the music industry. Tom’s musical journey began in 1974 when his first band was discovered by Ray Davies, and included a BBC ban for being Glad To be Gay, rocking against racism alongside The Clash, headlining Glastonbury with Peter Gabriel, writing lyrics for Elton John, drug smuggling in East Germany, two nervous breakdowns and a period in tabloid hell after falling in love with a woman. Having made his peace with the BBC, he’s presented programmes on all the corporation’s national radio networks, and his broadcasting work has won two Sony Radio Academy awards. Expect intimate versions of classics such as War Baby, Glad To Be Gay and 2-4-6-8 Motorway alongside stories from behind the scenes and a sprinkling of fan favourites from his extensive back catalogue.



The Adverts

TV Smith

Back by popular demand

Friday 7th June 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £12


The UK’s only DEVO tribute band


Saturday 8th June 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £16

60's in Town

8th and 9th june


More Details to follow

Spike from the Quireboys

Friday 21st June 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £18

Medicine Head - John Fiddler

Fridat 12th July 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £12



Upon the first play of this album, I had to do a double take on the album cover, because I could almost swear that I was listening to a Tom Petty album. Of course, that isn’t the case, but comparisons are going to be inevitable, if a little unfair. For a start, there’s not so much emphasis on the rock side of things, giving a purer blues experience, which is no bad thing. All songs are written by John Fiddler, who is the driving force behind the project, inviting a host of musicians to help with the recording, and the result is a realisation of the vision he had from the beginning. Guitar-wise, there’s a variation of clean and dirty tone across the board, all played with feeling, and every guitar solo is beautifully crafted, and caresses your ears as well they should. Musically, there’s a whole lot of talent on show, and with the vocals laid over the top, it rounds out the whole package. When I first played the album I liked it a lot, but after several listens I loved it, because the more you listen, the more you discover. 


Sunday 14th July 2024

Doors open 7.30, Tickets £15


Multi-instrumentalist Dave Bainbridge (Iona/Strawbs/Lifesigns) joins forces with Lord of The Dance vocalist, instrumentalist Sally Minnear to bring a spellbinding evening of music that will, in equal measure have you jigging in (or out of!) your seat or bring a tear to your eye. A compelling mix of powerful and ethereal Celtic tinged vocal songs and instrumental tracks, evolving soundscapes and virtuoso improvisation on keyboards, electric guitar, bouzouki and cowbell! “Joyful and uplifting, a wonderful combination”




We followed The Stranglers '77 to '82

Friday 19th July 2024

Doors open 7.30, Tickets £10

‘Rattus Norvegicus’, ‘No More Heroes’, ‘Black And White’, ‘Live (X-Cert)’, ‘The Raven’, ‘The Gospel According To The Meninblack’, ‘La Folie’, ‘The Collection’.

In this nostalgic show, Norfolk national award-winning performance storyteller and creative singer/songwriter, Andrew Brammer, recounts humorous and poignant memories and anecdotes from the first part of a journey following a band who would provide he and a group of like-minded friends with “the soundtrack to our lives”. Performing acoustic versions and reinterpretations of classic and timeless Stranglers songs from 1977 to 1982, join Andrew as he pulls from his love and knowledge of all things ‘Stranglers’ for this tribute to the 50th Anniversary of The Stranglers in 2024.



Wildwood Jack

Friday 27th September 2024

Doors open 7.30, Tickets £9


Wildwood Jack are husband and wife Adam Piggott and Jayne Freeman, brought together by a love of music when they first met in 1991 at Hull University and they’ve been travelling on musical journeys ever since. Settling in Hastings in East Sussex in 2002 they played in various musical projects including a samba band, a ukulele sextet and a cabaret trio. All the while gathering and writing songs, with music taking them further and further afield. From these travels and adventures they longed to hit the road full time and in June 2013 they sold up and began an inspirational journey that’s taken them all over the UK, Europe and New Zealand. Playing at acoustic clubs, folk clubs, festivals, house concerts, even busking has brought new people to their music.

Max Splodge & Anutie Pus

Friday 6th September 2024

Doors open 7.30pm Tickets £14


West Runton Pavilion was a venue situated to the rear of West Runton Village Inn, on the North Norfolk Coast, For many years it was a starting point for many British tours by major artists, As such it was a terrifically important venue in the late seventies and early eighties. The venue closed in 1983, was demolished and flats were built on the site, all that remains is a blue plaque. Cromer Community Centre are putting on an event to remember what North Norfolk has been missing for over 40 years.4