Busy few weeks of entertainment at popular venue
PUBLISHED: 14:41 24 July 2018
Classic comedy and pure rock nostalgia will be showcased at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield.
On Friday, July 27, at 7.30pm, Mustard Theatre present ‘One man, two governors’, by Richard Bean.
Set in Brighton in 1963, this classic comedy features a man who, by mistake, finds himself working for both a gangster and a criminal on the run.
In a world of extortion and a bit of romance too, he must at all costs keep his two governors apart - does he succeed? Tickets cost £8.
On Saturday, July 28, at 7.30pm, there will be a night of pure rock nostalgia with ‘Purple Jimi - Hendrix Tribute and Forever Sabbath’. Tickets cost £10.
The ‘Mini Monster Creepy Crawly Roadshow’ will take centre stage at the Seagull next Wednesday, August 1 at 3pm and again at 6pm. The roadshow gives your children the chance to get up close to a selection of critters – including very friendly giant snails and millipedes, tarantulas, snakes and lizards. Tickets £4 (children) £2 (adults).
From Thursday, August 2 until Saturday, August 4, at 7.30pm, the Seagull Club presents ‘God of Carnage’, by Yasmin Reza. Tickets cost £8.
On Sunday, August 5, at 7.30pm, the Seagull Community Choir presents a charity concert featuring loads of weather related songs. Tickets £6.
There will be a chance for guests to come along and watch the film ‘The Little Shop of Horrors (1986) on Friday, August 10 at 7pm. Tickets £4/ £2.
On Saturday, August 11, at 6.30pm, encounter some ‘Terrible, Troublesome Tales’ when magician and children’s entertainer Josh Pickering provides a hilarious, silly show which all begins when a storyteller and his pet fox are stranded for the night. Tickets £3 (children) £2 (adult).
And on Sunday, August 12, at 7pm, Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke in the Seagull foyer bar. Admission is free.
For further details of events and opportunities at the Seagull Theatre please contact the box office on 01502 589726, or alternatively you can visit www.theseagull.co.uk
Call in to the theatre to pick up a copy of the new May to August 2018 brochure.
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