Ex-Eastenders star in thriller at Marina

MANAGEMENT at the Marina Theatre have announced that a former Eastenders star is set to grace the Lowestoft stage later this month.James Alexandrou is best known for playing Martin Fowler in the hit BBC soap, but after performing at the West End and Shakespeare's Globe, he is now touring the country as part of the spine chilling thriller The Black Veil.

MANAGEMENT at the Marina Theatre have announced that a former Eastenders star is set to grace the Lowestoft stage later this month.

James Alexandrou is best known for playing Martin Fowler in the hit BBC soap, but after performing at the West End and Shakespeare's Globe, he is now touring the country as part of the spine chilling thriller The Black Veil.

The chilling thriller, based on the short story by Charles Dickens and adapted for stage by John Goodrum, will be performed at 7.30pm on Tuesday, April 13 and Wednesday, April 14, with a 2.30pm matinee on the Wednesday.

Before this, the theatre will welcome Strictly Come Dancing's Brian Fortuna and Kristina Rihanoff.


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Sunday's sold out showcase will feature dancing demonstrations and audience participation.

The Marina's big screen will be busy over the holiday with a host of family film action.

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Cartoon caper Astro Boy (PG), featuring the voices of Nicolas Cage and Matt Lucas, plays on Easter Saturday and Monday at 11.30am. Percy Jackson & The Lightening Thief (PG) is on Easter Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm, with matinees on tomorrow and Monday at 2.30pm.

Animated adventure Ponyo (U) is at 2.30pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, with thriller The Crazies (15) on Wednesday evening.

Next weekend will see the return of Go West, king of comedy Ken Dodd and Marty Wilde and the Wildcats.

For more information or to book seats for any Marina concert, movie or show, call the box office on 01502 533200.

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