Russell Watson to perform at the Marina Theatre in November
PUBLISHED: 10:27 21 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:27 21 March 2018
Tickets for classical crossover artist Russell Watson's performances are now on sale at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft.
The singer will perform his show Canozi d’Amore on Friday, November 23, at 7.30pm.
Mr Watson’s success in the business saw his debut album ‘The Voice’ hold simultaneous number one spots in the UK and the USA charts, spending a record breaking 52 weeks at number one in the UK.
Tickets, priced from £35.75-£45.75, went on sale on Tuesday, and can be booked by calling the box office on 01502 533200 or online at www.marinatheatre.co.uk
This week will also see the start of an exciting collaborative project between students from Lowestoft Sixth Form College and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Marina Theatre.
Orchestras Live - Sound Around will see a relaxed and unique concert staged in the town.
Designed for children and adults with autism, sensory and communication impairments or learning disabilities, the 25-piece Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will introduce the world of orchestral music through classical masterpieces, well known TV and film themes, sing-alongs and interactive games, produced by students from Lowestoft Sixth Form.
It will take place on Saturday, March 24 at 2.30pm, with full price tickets costing £8, Under 16s £4, while carers are free.
On Sunday, March 25, at 7.30pm, the Marina Theatre will play host to The Elvis Years, dubbed an outstanding musical production which brings the story of the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, to the stage.
Tickets are £22.75, with concessions paying £20.75 and Privilege Card Holders £19.75.
Later on in the week will see performances of Guess How Much I Love You based on a popular children’s book.
The show will see Little and Big Nutbrown Hare on the stage for a magical journey through the seasons on March 27 and 28.
Aimed at children aged three and up, tickets are £15 full price, £13 for concessions and Privilege Card holders.
The Chicago Blues Brothers will close off the week at the theatre, with a performance of the adrenaline-pumping musical mash-up based on the original Blues Brothers movies.
Full price tickets are £24, concessions £22, and for Privilege Card holders £21.