Last chance to see Up Pompeii! at Lowestoft's Marina Theatre
PUBLISHED: 09:49 18 March 2011
THERE are final chances tomorrow to catch Up Pompeii! at the Marina Theatre, Lowestoft. Damian Williams stars in a stage version of one of the most fondly remembered BBC comedies. Up Pompeii! is set in ancient Pompeii, pre-volcanic eruption, and is an ideal vehicle for Damian's talent for interacting with his audience; performances at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.
At the Marina on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Helen Mirren, Sam Riley and John Hurt star in a new film adaptation of Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock (15); it runs nightly at 7.30pm with a matinee on Tuesday at 2.30pm.
Next Wednesday at 7.30pm the Marina sees the return of Christian drama company Saltmine as they present the C S Lewis comedy, The Screwtape Letters.
Set in Prof Screwtape’s study in the timeless dominion of Hell, the play follows his attempts to train two junior devils in the fine art of temptation.
Thursday (7.30pm) sees the return of The Big Ballet, an ensemble of 16 corps de ballet dancers each weighing no less than 16 stone and united in a common cause: not to lose a single pound! From Russia’s Ural mountains, The Big Ballet formed in 1994 and set out to challenge accepted social standards in a world where the pursuit of slenderness and beauty seems obsessive.
For more details and tickets call the Marina box office on 01502 533200.