Major artists in Marina line-up

PUBLISHED: 12:57 05 November 2010 | UPDATED: 12:57 05 November 2010

Chloë Hanslip; 24 March 2009; Oh! Studios, London; Assisted by Peter Finlay, hair & make up by Georgia Woodland

Chloë Hanslip; 24 March 2009; Oh! Studios, London; Assisted by Peter Finlay, hair & make up by Georgia Woodland

Benjamin Ealovega 2009

Tomorrow the Marina Theatre presents the latest major artiste to appear as part of its new season of comedy as the critically acclaimed Kevin Bridges takes the stage in Lowestoft for the first time (8pm).

Kevin’s delightfully well observed debut show reveals his innermost thoughts on a variety of topics from his homeland of Scotland to the world beyond.

His unique brand of social commentary, astute observations and sharp one-liners arguably make him the hottest act to come out of Scotland in the last 10 years.

More live entertainment includes a tribute to the Rat Pack (November 12), and sell-out performances of Fireman Sam and Sally Morgan. Other highlights include a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons (November 19). Nicholas Parsons hosts Masters Of The House, a show dedicated to the best of the West End (November 20).

On Sunday, November 21, The New Squadronaires perform in concert.

The music of ABBA and the Bee Gees is celebrated on Friday, November 26, before the final 2010 concert with the Marina’s resident orchestra – the Royal Philharmonic – on Saturday, November 27.

Chloe Hanslip is soloist in Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, and there are also works by Glinka and Dvorak.

After the Pakefield Academy Of Performing Arts showcase their talent in Reasons For Seasons on Sunday, November 28, comedian Rich Hall rounds of a busy month before preparations begin for this years big pantomime, Snow White and The seven Dwarfs, starring EastEnders’ Stefan Booth.

For more information, or to book any Marina event, call the box office on 01502 533200.

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