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PUBLISHED: 09:39 30 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:59 06 July 2010

THE Seagull Theatre in Pakefield welcomes an outstanding jazz singer, a famous play reading and a special Halloween double feature this weekend.

The triple-bill of entertainment is headlined on Sunday night by Liane Carroll.

THE Seagull Theatre in Pakefield welcomes an outstanding jazz singer, a famous play reading and a special Halloween double feature this weekend.

The triple-bill of entertainment is headlined on Sunday night by Liane Carroll.

With a voice described as deeply soulful and wonderfully honest, Liane is one of the country's finest jazz singers.

She started playing the piano at the age of three and began performing when she was a teenager living in Hastings. Since then she has made full use of her talents as a singer, pianist and composer. She has travelled the world and shared a stage with some of the very best in Jazz.

Tickets for this event, which are £12 and £10, are selling fast and a full house is expected. The show starts at 7.30pm.

Before that, the theatre hosts two other nights of entertainment.

Tonight it welcomes The Old Time Radio Club as it presents War of the Worlds. The live play reading celebrates the infamous 1938 Orson Welles/ Mercury Theatre broadcast based on the novel by HG Wells.

Performances are at 8pm and midnight and tickets are £6 in advance or £7 on the door.

Tomorrow there will be a Halloween special as Its a Scream is presented by Centre Stage Players and Dragon Stage School.

The double feature includes comedy, music and a dark one act play written by Daniel Clegg.

The audience are invited to attend in fancy dress and tickets are £5.

Tickets and more information are available from the Seagull Box Office on 01502 589726 or by visiting www.theseagull.co.uk


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