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Who needs West End?

PUBLISHED: 11:06 07 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:22 06 July 2010

I MUST write and convey my thanks to the Fabba Theatre Company on their wonderful performance of Fabba Mia, at the Seagull Theatre.

Two of the cast, Kevin and Donna, are volunteers on the children's ward at the James Paget University Hospital, where I work, so I thought I would go along and support their production.

I MUST write and convey my thanks to the Fabba Theatre Company on their wonderful performance of Fabba Mia, at the Seagull Theatre.

Two of the cast, Kevin and Donna, are volunteers on the children's ward at the James Paget University Hospital, where I work, so I thought I would go along and support their production.

The dedication and obvious enjoyment from staff and members of the Lowestoft and Community Resource Centre was evident in the production. They gave 100pc in the singing, acting and dancing they performed.

I came out of the theatre totally uplifted; having laughed, sang along and thoroughly enjoyed myself.

Fabba Mia was a tonic that beats any West End musical - here's to your next production and you've certainly gained one avid fan.

ALLY DAVISON

The Avenue

Pakefield


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