Alex Bracey will perform as Arthur Kipps in Lowestoft Players' Kipps – The New Half a Sixpence Musical.

Mr Bracey made his debut with the society with its recent pantomime, Cinderella, where he played Buttons.

He will now take on the leading role in the H G Wells-inspired show discussing wealth and class.

A graduated musical theatre student from Essex University, Mr Bracey moved to Lowestoft in 2022, where he currently works as a learning support assistant.

Mr Bracey first began singing in his Grandfather's social club at the age of five, singing UB40's Homely Girl at the request of his aunt.

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His early performances include the Scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz, an ancient Irish cook named Salmonella, and Wilbur in Hairspray.

Off-stage, Mr Bracey passionately follows football, regularly attending Lowestoft Town FC games.

The Lowestoft Players will stage 'Kipps - The New Half a Sixpence' at the Players Theatre from June 7 to 15.

Tickets can be purchased at or by contacting the Box Office at 01502 770020.