Music and big screen entertainment at the Marina Theatre

The Marina Theatre shows the latest films and stages live entertainment. Picture: Waveney District C

The Marina Theatre shows the latest films and stages live entertainment. Picture: Waveney District Council - Credit: Archant

Music, music and more music is set to be the staged at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft in the week ahead – all of it live and full of energy.

Tonight (Friday, September 14) some rousing and exhilarating works will echo out – as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) returns for the Last Night of the Proms.

A guaranteed evening of fun for all in this orchestral extravaganza featuring the best of British music and much more – in association with Orchestras Live.

On Saturday, September 15, at 7.30pm, Rock for Heroes will hit the stage – bringing the perfect combination of favourite Rock and Pop artists across the eras, with collections for Help for Heroes.

Phil Hawkins, who used to run Venue School of Performing Arts and is in the show, taught local man Reice Phillips guitar and vocals. Reice has recently come out of the armed forces and is back in Lowestoft and will be performing as a special guest, which will be a very poignant moment!

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Tickets start at £18 - £21 (booking fees apply).

Get ready to party with the return of That'll Be The Day next Thursday, September 21.

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With blends of classic gold hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s along with hilarious comedy, this show is now in its 33rd year of consecutive touring. The entertainment starts at 7.30pm on what promises to be a night not to be missed. Tickets £26 (booking fees apply).

Prepare to be spellbound next Friday, September 21 by Elkie Brooks, singing her biggest hits, including Pearl's a singer, Don't Cry Out Loud and many more. Prices £27.50 - £29.50 (booking fees apply). For this evening, why not make it even more fabulous with our celebration extras. For just £8, you will receive a can of prosecco, champagne flute, chocolates and an ice cream token – in a lovely bespoke bag.

There will also be film showings on the big screen next week, as The Rape of Recy Taylor (15) is screened at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on September 17, and The Escape (15) is screened on September 18 and September 19.

Tickets available from the Marina Theatre box office on 01502 533200, or via

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