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Last minute preparations ahead of Lowestoft Players production of Hairspray the Musical at the Marina Theatre

PUBLISHED: 09:27 25 May 2017 | UPDATED: 09:27 25 May 2017

The Lowestoft Players latest production of Hairspray the Musical.
Corny Collins, played by Chris Penn.
Pictures: Courtesy of The Lowestoft Players

The Lowestoft Players latest production of Hairspray the Musical. Corny Collins, played by Chris Penn. Pictures: Courtesy of The Lowestoft Players

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There’s only two weeks to go until the curtain goes up on the Lowestoft Players latest production of Hairspray the Musical.

The Lowestoft Players latest production of Hairspray the Musical.
Velma Von Tussell � played by Joanne Forster � the over protective mother of Amber Von Tussell, played by Polly Woodward
Pictures: Courtesy of The Lowestoft PlayersThe Lowestoft Players latest production of Hairspray the Musical. Velma Von Tussell � played by Joanne Forster � the over protective mother of Amber Von Tussell, played by Polly Woodward Pictures: Courtesy of The Lowestoft Players

Last minute preparations are now taking place ahead of the show, which runs for six performances at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft from Tuesday, June 6 to Saturday, June 10.

Corny Collins, played by Chris Penn, has been perfecting his biggest smile for the cameras and Amber Von Tussell, played by Polly Woodward, is making sure her hair is looking just perfect as she dreams of becoming Miss Teenage Hairspray. Edna Turnblad, played by Daryl Peek, has been wearing in a new pair of heels and Tracey Turnblad, played by Beth Lewis, has been practicing her moves ahead of her audition for a council member on the Corny Collins Show.

With tickets selling fast, they are available from the Marina Theatre box office on 01502 533200 or via www.marinatheatre.co.uk


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