Thrills, spills and lots of fun to be had at The Seagull Theatre in Pakefield

Seagull Theatre, Pakefield PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Seagull Theatre, Pakefield PHOTO: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

There will be entertainment to suit the tastes of all at The Seagull Theatre, in Pakefield, during the coming weeks.

First up on Friday March 31 at 7.30pm the legendary FABBA theatre company for adults with learning difficulties present The Musketeers.

Amidst swords, capes and a great deal of swashbuckling the Musketeers attempt to foil a plot to harm the king. Will they succeed? - Come along and find out. Tickets £8/£7.

While on April 2 at 7pm Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke, featuring your most loved songs, so grab some friends and come on down to our relaxed foyer.

The bar will be open for the people who may need a small amount of Dutch courage. This is free to watch and free to participate. Admission is free.

On April 4 at 2pm the Barnstorm theatre company present Monday's Child.

This sensitive, imaginative yet funny story explores how we make and store memories as we grow up and discover the world; how these shape who we are, and how they help us to meet the challenges of growing old. Monday's Child will wow adults and children alike.

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Tickets £5 (Children)/ £3 (Adults).

On Wednesday April 5 at 11am and again at 2pm Andy Davis runs his popular hour of activities for youngsters. Join Andy for juggling, magic, songs, rhymes and balloons.

Tickets £4 children/ £1 adults.

This is followed on Thursday April 6, from 10am until 12noon, by a Singing and Dancing workshop. Suitable for seven year olds upwards.

Book early as there are a limited number of spaces. A drink, snack and trainers will be needed. Tickets £6

And finally on Saturday April 8 at 2.30pm and again at 7.30pm Broadway Players Presents Once Upon a Musical - a fantastic night of musical entertainment – featuring songs from all of the classics direct from the West End. Tickets £8/£6.

For tickets or for more information about events at the theatre call 01502 589 726 or visit: .

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