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Jack’s panto set to scale dizzy heights

PUBLISHED: 13:46 16 December 2011

From Left: Bobby Crush as Dame Trott, Chris Edgerley as Jack Trott, Sophie Bloom as Princess Amelia, Geoffrey Strum as King Crumble & Adam Kelly as Simon Trott.  Jack and the Beanstalk production

From Left: Bobby Crush as Dame Trott, Chris Edgerley as Jack Trott, Sophie Bloom as Princess Amelia, Geoffrey Strum as King Crumble & Adam Kelly as Simon Trott. Jack and the Beanstalk production

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LOWESTOFT’S giant pantomime, Jack and The Beanstalk, is now in full swing at the Marina Theatre and The Journal has some exclusive pictures from the production.

Starring Britain’s top piano playing dame, Bobby Crush, Sue Hodge from BBC comedy Allo’ Allo and Hi 5 actor Chris Edgerley, the production has been going down a storm with audiences since it opened last weekend.

Produced by the award-winning team behind last year’s critically acclaimed Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, Jack and The Beanstalk is at the Marina through until January 2 with the performances on Christmas Eve featuring a special guest appearance by Father Christmas, the show also runs on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

On New Year’s eve the Marina hosts the return of its popular New Year’s Eve gala, this year featuring the National Concert Orchestra with a programme to include works by Strauss, Liszt and other great Austrian composers as well as more traditional songs including Auld Lang Syne.

Tickets for both the Pantomime and New Year’s Eve Gala are available from the Marina box office by calling 01502 533200.


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