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Comedy, rock and aliens at Marina

PUBLISHED: 09:39 20 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:19 06 July 2010

Stephen K Amos performs at the Marina on Tuesday night

Stephen K Amos performs at the Marina on Tuesday night

LOWESTOFT'S Marina Theatre has another busy week in store with comedy, music and big screen entertainment all on show.

Tonight and tomorrow sees the final performances of brand new comedy My Dogs Got No Nose, starring Damian Williams.

LOWESTOFT'S Marina Theatre has another busy week in store with comedy, music and big screen entertainment all on show.

Tonight and tomorrow sees the final performances of brand new comedy My Dogs Got No Nose, starring Damian Williams.

The play, written by Ron Aldridge is a thought provoking insight into the world of a stand up comedian.

On Sunday, folk rock group Steelye Span bring their 40th anniversary tour to the theatre. The rock group have already kicked off their tour in the USA and Australia and are now set to perform around the UK in the run-up to Christmas.

On Monday there are two chances to see science fiction thriller District 9 on the Marina big screen as Jason Cope and Nathalie Boltt star.

The star of this year's Edinburgh Fringe comes to town on Tuesday as comedian Stephen K Amos performs his critically acclaimed show The Feelgood Factor.

In the last couple of years he has made a name for himself, appearing on Have I Got News For You, made his mark with a hilarious set at the Royal Variety Performance and triumphed on Live at The Apollo.

Stephen has charmed and entertained audiences all over the world with his easy, relaxed style, intelligent wit and honest warm-hearted joie de vivre.

On Tuesday night he will be supported by rising star Seann Walsh, the winner of the Chortle Best Newcomer Award 2009.

Rounding off a busy week on Thursday is Eve Eslers' poignant, witty and provocative Vagina Monologues, starring Zarah Abrahams, Sarah Jane Dunn and Mel Giedroyc.

For more information or to book for any Marina concert, movie or show, call the box office on 01502 533200.


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