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Laughs aplenty at Seagull Theatre

PUBLISHED: 12:57 28 May 2010 | UPDATED: 17:29 06 July 2010

THERE will be laughs a plenty when two amusing productions are brought to the Seagull Theatre.

This weekend the Seagull Rep returns to the Pakefield stage with Yasmina Reza's ART.

THERE will be laughs a plenty when two amusing productions are brought to the Seagull Theatre.

This weekend the Seagull Rep returns to the Pakefield stage with Yasmina Reza's ART. Following the success of last year's production of Macbeth, they present the touching and hilarious comedy that asks “what is art?”

When Serge buys an expensive, almost purely white painting, his best friend Marc reacts badly, drawing their mutual friend Yvan into the debate. It's a debate that soon becomes an argument as the old friends' stored up, painfully funny gripes with each other break through to the surface.

It will be presented tonight, tomorrow and on Sunday, at 7.30pm.

Next Friday and Saturday, local amateur theatre company Centre Stage Players will perform their comedy Not Speaking of Witch.

The production is written by local playwright Jason Delaney and is inspired by classic TV sitcom Bewitched. The story begins when newly-wed Elizabeth decides not to tell her husband that she is a witch.

Throw in a magically mischievous brother and two bewildered friends and you will be sure to have an evening of laughs, confusion and, of course, a special touch of magic.

For more information or to book tickets call 01502 589726 or visit www.theseagull.co.uk

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