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Entertainment guaranteed at Seagull Theatre

PUBLISHED: 13:35 12 November 2010

TONIGHT at 7.30pm the Open Space Theatre Company make a welcome return to the Seagull Theatre, Pakefield, with Arthur Miller’s play Death of a Salesman.

With a good plot and careful questioning of elusive properties such as “success” and “truth”, this play is entertaining and challenging in equal measure.

What will salesman Willie Loman do when at 60 he is sidelined, realises that past deceit is catching up fast, and he realises that a man may be worth more dead than alive? Come along and find out. Tickets £9/£7.

The new screen at the Seagull is given its first try-out tomorrow at 7.30pm with the showing of Wim Wenders’ celebrated film, Wings of Desire (1987).

In German with English subtitles, this fascinating film is a must for serious film buffs. Tickets £3.50.

Next Thursday and Friday, the classic British seaside comes to the Seagull stage when Nudge Productions brings Building on Sand. This is a riveting tale of sea, sand, innuendo and some gentle fun at the expense of political correctness. A good evening’s entertainment. Tickets £9/£8.

Big style music rounds off the week with two exciting events.

On Saturday, November 20, at 7.30pm for an 8pm start, the Seagull is staging a Rocky Horror Cult Night. Come along dressed appropriately for this interactive cinema experience – there will be a prize of a bottle of wine for the best outfit. Tickets £4.

On Sunday, November 21, at 7.30pm, the Venue of Performing Arts are offering a lively production of St Trinian’s. Tickets £6/£5.

l Contact the box office on 01502 589726 or visit www.theseagull.co.uk


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