Feast of events at Lowestoft Marina

PUBLISHED: 11:47 15 April 2011

Spririt of the Dance heading for Lowestoft.

Spririt of the Dance heading for Lowestoft.


Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre presents a host of entertainment over the coming weeks to coincide with the Easter holiday. Tomorrow and Sunday at 2.30pm the Marina Big Screen presents family animated comedy Rango (PG) which features the voices of Johnny Depp and Ray Winstone. Also on Saturday and Sunday at 4.45pm, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Boys II Men star in Never Say Never (U).

On Monday at 1pm CBeebies favourites Chris and Pui bring their popular live version of the hit programme Show Me Show Me. Family film entertainment continues at 2.30pm on Tuesday with Yogi Bear (U). This is followed on Wednesday at 2.30pm with Gnomeo and Juliet (U) and Thursday at 2.30pm with A Turtles Tale (U).

Running nightly at 7.30pm from Saturday to Wednesday is the critically acclaimed Roman adventure The Eagle (12A) starring Jamie Bell, Channing Tatum and Donald Sutherland.

Thursday at 7.30pm brings the final opportunity to catch the award winning the King’s Speech (12A) starring Colin Firth and Geoffey Rush. The Marina is closed on Good Friday and, following an extra screening of A Turtle’s Tale (U) at 2.30pm on Easter Saturday, live entertainment returns on Easter Sunday at 7.30pm with Miller Over Easter featuring the legendary band leader’s nephew John Miller.

Then on Easter Monday the worldwide dance spectacular Spirit of the Dance returns for two performances at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

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

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