A feast of fun entertainment
PUBLISHED: 10:30 06 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:22 05 July 2010
BAFTA and Oscar nominated film Changeling (15) receives its final screenings today at Lowestoft's Marina Theatre. Starring Angelina Jolie, the film is based on the true story of Christine Collins, whose nine-year-old son disappears.
BAFTA and Oscar nominated film Changeling (15) receives its final screenings today at Lowestoft's Marina Theatre. Starring Angelina Jolie, the film is based on the true story of Christine Collins, whose nine-year-old son disappears. Performances include a matinee screening at 2.30pm, with the final showing tonight at 7.30pm.
Billy Ocean performs a string of his classic hits at the Marina tomorrow from 7.30pm. When the Going Gets Tough and Get Outta My Dreams are just a few of his legendary songs.
This Sunday local band Roller Coaster celebrates its 25th anniversary and joining them on stage will be the Waveney Voices in this special charity performance arranged by the Rotary Club of Lowestoft.
On Monday, classsics singers Hayley Westenra and Jonathan Ansell perform as part of their Valentine's Tour.
Starring the irrepressible Damian Williams and penned by Robin Hawdon, author of Don't Dress For Dinner, comedy Birthday Suite runs from Tuesday to Thursday, nightly at 7.30pm.
Geoff Tippett has arranged a special birthday treat for his old stick-at-home friend Bob, whose marriage is fast approaching the rocks. The treat is a hotel room for the night, complete with champagne, a double bed that disappears into the wall and a very attractive girl called Mimi, who just happens to be a little late. Mix in an over-amorous psychiatrist, shy Kate, an unlocked connecting door and temperamental and excitable Italian waiter Tony, you have a recipe for side-splitting comedy chaos.
Next Sunday and Monday brings the start of a short season of half-term family entertainment as for the first time, the TV characters from Fifi
and The Flowertots appear live on stage as part of a national theatre tour.
Other family entertainment coming up in rthis month includes Errol Brown,left, the former Hot Chocolate front man and writer of the band's hit songs on Tuesday, February 17, All Star Wrestling on Thursday, February 19 and the return of the spectacular Chinese State Circus from Friday, February 20.
Family films screening over the half-term holiday include a final outing for High School Musical 3 (U) and Madasgascar 2 (PG).
For more information or to book seats for any Marina concert, movie or show, telephone the box office on 01502 533200.