Big screen entertainment at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft
PUBLISHED: 11:11 03 January 2018
After their most successful pantomime on record, attention turns to the big screen at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft in the week ahead.
Kicking off a busy programme of films and screenings is Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool (15), starring Julie Walters, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Friday, January 5 and at 2.30pm on Saturday, January 6.
The film follows the tumultuous relationship between Peter Turner, a young British actor, and Gloria Grahame, an eccentric, Academy award-winning actress many years older than him.
Next to be showcased is a screening of Follies – from NT Live (12A) – at 7pm on January 6.
Stephen Sondheim’s legendary musical is staged for the first time at the National Theatre and broadcast live to cinemas. All seats £10.
As part of the theatre’s mini-vintage musical season, the first film to be shown is Singin’ in the Rain (U) at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Monday, January 8.
Starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds, this is a classic film not to be missed.
Tickets are £4.50 and include a standard tea or coffee. Terms and conditions apply.
The popular family film Paddington 2 (PG) will be shown on the big screen at 2.30pm on Tuesday, January 9 and at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday, January 10.
The film follows the adventures of the little bear from darkest Peru, now that he’s a permanent member of the Brown family and a popular member of the community.
A screening of Young Marx (15) will be showcased from NT Live at 7pm on January 9.
Broadcast live from The Bridge Theatre, London, the production is directed by Nicholas Hytner and all seats are £10.
Concluding the week is the second film in the vintage musical season as Carousel (U) is set to be enjoyed at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on January 11.
Billy Bigelow, a smooth-talking carny barker falls in love with a millworker on the colourful coast of Maine.
All films are just £4.50 if booked 24 hours in advance.
Call the box office on 01502 533200 or visit www.marinatheatre.co.uk to book.
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