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Marina Theatre’s latest line-up

PUBLISHED: 11:37 01 March 2013 | UPDATED: 11:37 01 March 2013

The cast of Back To Broadway return to Lowestoft's Marina Theatre and are on stage next Friday, March 8.

The cast of Back To Broadway return to Lowestoft's Marina Theatre and are on stage next Friday, March 8.

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It promises to be a busy week at Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre.

With the Oscar-winning hit film Lincoln on the Marina big screen from tonight, live events resume centre stage next Friday – with Back To Broadway making a popular return to the theatre.

Actor Daniel Day Lewis stars in the critically-acclaimed Lincoln (12A) which opens on the big screen from tonight. At the end of the American Civil War, US President Abraham Lincoln endeavours to achieve a constitutional amendment that would see the landmark ban of slavery from the United States. However, his quest is a race against time. Lincoln must, by almost any means, obtain enough votes before peace arrives and his wish becomes too late.

Lincoln runs at the Marina tonight at 7.30pm, and then nightly from Sunday until Thursday. Matinee screenings take place on Sunday at 3pm, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 7.30pm.

There is also an extra opportunity to catch the award-winning film, Les Misérables, tomorrow evening at 7.30pm.

All seats for the Marina’s films cost £3.50 if booked in advance. Tickets purchased on the door cost £4.50 with concessions priced at £3.50.

Live events return to the Marina stage next weekend with the popular Back To Broadway show at 7.30pm next Friday. Featuring a cast of West End performers, the evening features a host of music and song featuring shows such as Mamma Mia, Les Misérables, Phantom Of The Opera and many more.

This is followed next Saturday by a spectacular evening with The Russian Cossacks and The Billy Fury Years, a tribute to the legendary musician, on Sunday, March 10.

For more information, or to book any Marina concert, movie or show, contact the box office on 01502 533200.


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