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Final call for couples to apply for Lowestoft Players golden anniversary tickets

PUBLISHED: 09:56 26 July 2017 | UPDATED: 09:56 26 July 2017

The cast of the Lowestoft Players production of 'The Sound of Musicals' holding 20 golden tickets which are being given away for their anniversary show. Picture: Stephen Wilson.

The cast of the Lowestoft Players production of 'The Sound of Musicals' holding 20 golden tickets which are being given away for their anniversary show. Picture: Stephen Wilson.

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Couples have got just a few days left to apply for special golden tickets to see the Lowestoft Players’ 50th anniversary show.

The Players have staged over 50 different musical productions since 1967 and this September members will be marking the milestone with an anniversary show - The Sound of Musicals.

The Rotary Club of Lowestoft has teamed up with the Players to sponsor 20 golden tickets to see the first of four shows scheduled over the following year.

And couples who will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary any time between September 1 this year and September 30, 2018 - the Players’ anniversary year - are invited to apply.

Rotary president Kenny Cantor said: “Our Club congratulates the Players on their wonderful anniversary year and we thank all those involved with the Players for bringing to the Waveney community over some 50 years the very best of musical theatre.”

Applications for tickets should be made to Rotarian Malcolm Berridge on 01502 567437 or by email to malcolmberridge@talktalk.net. The deadline to apply is Monday, July 31 and the 10 successful couples will be notified shortly after that date.

The Sound of Musicals will be presented at the Players Theatre in Lowestoft for a total of nine performances, including three matinees, from September 28 to October 7.

To book, visit playerstheatre.info or call 01502 770020.


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