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Entertainment aplenty at Seagull Theatre in Pakefield

PUBLISHED: 11:50 29 May 2015

On Friday, June 12 at 8pm Clown Noir stage a clown’s version of the Shakespeare play ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost at the Seagull Theatre.

On Friday, June 12 at 8pm Clown Noir stage a clown's version of the Shakespeare play 'Love's Labour's Lost at the Seagull Theatre.

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A busy few weeks are in store at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield, with events aplenty set to hit the stage.

On Saturday, June 13 at 7.30pm Paul Thwala and Skhu Khanyile transport you to the Kingdom of KwaZulu Natal in their high octane ‘Evening of African Celebration’.On Saturday, June 13 at 7.30pm Paul Thwala and Skhu Khanyile transport you to the Kingdom of KwaZulu Natal in their high octane ‘Evening of African Celebration’.

The entertainment starts this Sunday, as Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of karaoke, featuring popular songs in the theatre’s foyer.

The bar will be open for this free to watch evening, which is also free to participate, and starts at 7pm.

Next Friday, June 5 popular Lowestoft historian, Ivan Bunn, presents his latest illustrated talk on the town at 7.30pm.

Entitled The Making of Peto’s Lowestoft, Mr Bunn introduces Samuel Morton Peto, his ideas, innovations, and his extensive contribution to the making of modern Lowestoft in the 18th and 19th centuries.

As ever, the talk will be interesting, informative and entertaining. Tickets cost £5.

On Friday, June 12, at 8pm, Clown Noir will stage a clown’s version of the Shakespeare play Love’s Labour’s Lost. As much a voyage of discovery as a performance, this show compresses the original play into 60 minutes of breathless physical comedy.

This is innovative theatre, hailed as “absolutely brilliant and engaging.” Tickets cost £10/£8.

On Saturday, June 13, at 7.30pm, Paul Thwala and Skhu Khanyile transport you to the Kingdom of KwaZulu Natal in their high octane Evening of African Celebration.

In previous shows, sell out audiences have been enthralled by the diversity of African storytelling, music and dance – and this promises to be a great night for all the family. Tickets cost £7/£6.

The Seagull May to August brochure is now online and available from the theatre.

■ For more details of events and opportunities at the Seagull Theatre please contact the box office on 01502 589726, or alternatively visit www.theseagull.co.uk

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