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Busy week ahead for Lowestoft's Marina

PUBLISHED: 09:58 13 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:13 06 July 2010

LOWESTOFT'S Marina Theatre welcomes a popular comedian, screens a top film and hosts the final 2009 appearance of two favourites in a busy week of entertainment.

LOWESTOFT'S Marina Theatre welcomes a popular comedian, screens a top film and hosts the final 2009 appearance of two favourites in a busy week of entertainment.

Tonight brings the return of madcap comedian Joe Pasquale. The “King of the Jungle” will be joined by his twin brother Raynard from 7.30pm.

Tomorrow night, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the final concert in their 2009 residency, as Janusz Piotrowicz conducts a Russian Gala featuring works by Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov, with international soloist Piers Lane at the piano.

Sunday will see music from a different era, when the music of Swedish super group ABBA is brought to life by tribute act Waterloo.

On Wednesday, the big screen is unrolled again as The Soloist (12A) is shown. The film, starring Jamie Fox and Robert Downey Jnr, will be screened at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

Marina favourite Damian Williams returns for the final time this year as brand new comedy My Dog's Got No Nose takes to the stage from Thursday.

Written by Ron Aldridge, the production takes the audience on a journey to a stand-up comedian's first ever public performance.

Sometimes poignant, sometimes hilarious, sometimes sad and definitely extremely funny, this bittersweet comedy will leave you laughing and crying at the same time.

It runs nightly from Thursday to Saturday at 7.30pm, with a special matinee at 2.30pm next Saturday.

Later in the month, the theatre continues its run of highly rated comedians with a performance from a star of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Following on from the great success of Michael McIntyre, Dave Gorman and Rhod Gilbert, the Marina will welcome Stephen K Amos on Tuesday, November 24.

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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