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Festive spirit and The King

PUBLISHED: 11:30 11 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:33 06 July 2010

A FEAST of entertainment hits the Seagull Theatre as the Christmas spirit takes hold of Pakefield.

Tonight Paul Phoenix will mix the festive spirit with The King as he presents his stunning show Elvis and Friends.

A FEAST of entertainment hits the Seagull Theatre as the Christmas spirit takes hold of Pakefield.

Tonight Paul Phoenix will mix the festive spirit with The King as he presents his stunning show Elvis and Friends.

An impressive supporting cast, including the Rhapsody Singers, Seagull Community Choir and Father Christmas himself, will spread some seasonal cheer with authentic Elvis material alongside comedy interludes.

Tickets are £10 and £9, and the show will return to the venue again next Sunday.

On Thursday night, the sequins and rock 'n' roll will be replaced by classical entertainment as the Blythe String Quartet perform Baroque and Ho-Ho-Ho.

The much-admired ensemble will extend the festive mood with a seasonal programme including Vivaldi, Teleman, jazz, light classical and modern numbers, with audiences members invited to sing along. Tickets for this are £7 and £6.

Next Saturday night there will be an opportunity to let down your hair and plunge into the good old days with Marion Small's Old Tyme Music Hall.

Tickets are £5 for the showcase of local talent where no joke is too corny, no monologue too familiar and no carol too traditional.

For further details contact the box office on 01502 589726 or visit www.theseagull.co.uk


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