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Love and loss in the American Civil War

PUBLISHED: 09:42 15 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:56 06 July 2010

AFTER a busy December, followed by a couple of weeks planning and refurbishment, the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield is offering just one production this month

Today and tomorrow, Yakety Yak will bring their production of Little Women to the theatre, in association with the Seagull Youth Theatre,

Louisa M Alcott's timeless story, adapted for the stage by Emma Reeves, follows the lives of four sisters; romantic Meg, shy Beth, wilful Amy and passionate, fiery Jo.

AFTER a busy December, followed by a couple of weeks planning and refurbishment, the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield is offering just one production this month

Today and tomorrow, Yakety Yak will bring their production of Little Women to the theatre, in association with the Seagull Youth Theatre,

Louisa M Alcott's timeless story, adapted for the stage by Emma Reeves, follows the lives of four sisters; romantic Meg, shy Beth, wilful Amy and passionate, fiery Jo. As they grow up in genteel poverty, against the backdrop of the American Civil War, the girls experience love, loss and friendship.

The production is directed by Agnes Lillis and will be performed at 7.30pm on both days. Tickets, which are £8 and £6 for concessions, are available from the box office on 01502 589726 or on the door.

The company will also be performing at The Fisher Theatre, in Bungay on Tuesday and Wednesday and at The Cut, in Halesworth on Friday, January 29.

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