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We went on Britannia Pier on a hot day but it has closed for the season no one around, this pier is on sand and does not go into the sea, during the summer I would have like to see some shows alas I will...More
As a gay man, I naturally go out with female friends, they dance their nights away in the podium/stage where I am told I’m not allowed solely because of my penis! I do not like a night out in my drag clothes for comfortability but...More
Wasn’t sure what time the pier tavern opened so when I got there it was closed so sat outside but fair play to the manager when he saw me he opened up early so had a pleasant couple of pints watching the bowls match out...More
Love Yarmouth pier, always have done. It is what it is!
A fun, happy, British seaside place. Nothing pretentious just lots of fun, so much to see and do. Lots of games arcades and places to eat. Great atmosphere, families laughing and having fun great...More
ABrilliant Sold out show Brilliant Why isn't there more of these shows on The Pier? People like this sort of show so why not Sensational Sixties and other shows Would bring more people to Yarmouth Not everybody likes Jim Davidson Roy Chubby Brown Always used...More
After going to lovely little Joyland, where there is no Ghost Train, we came across a Ghost Train at the end of the pier so decided we would all go on (2 adults, 2 children). It cost 2,40 each. None of us could believe it...More
We booked tickets online to see the be bop alla show while we were staying in the town for the bank holiday weekend , I've been on the pier many times before but not been in the theatre, it is a lovely old building with...More