Music and magic of Milkshake! at the Marina
PUBLISHED: 09:27 15 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:22 16 March 2018
Children's favourites, songs from musicals and classic hits are all on the bill at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft in the week ahead.
The jam packed schedule of entertainment begins tonight (Friday, March 16), as Beyond the Barricade is showcased at 7.30pm.
The show has delighted audiences throughout the UK and mainland Europe for more than a decade, with its exciting concert portrayal of the greatest songs in musical theatre, all performed totally live.
Full price tickets cost £21.50, concessions £20.50, Privilege Card Holders £18.50.
Next up is Whitney – Queen of the Night – tomorrow (Saturday, March 17) at 7.30pm. Full price tickets cost £23.50, concessions £21.50, Privilege Card Holders £20.50.
A popular show, for the whole family to enjoy, will be performed on stage at 11.30am and 3pm this Sunday, March 18.
Milkshake! Live ‘The Magic Story Book’ – which includes favourites such as Bob the Builder, Noddy, Fireman Sam, Shimmer and Shine, Pip from Pip Ahoy!, Winnie and Wilbur and Wissper – is the fourth nationwide live tour from Channel 5’s Milkshake!
This all singing, all dancing, musical masterpiece, will take audiences on a journey through the world’s favourite fairytales.
“We cannot wait to be back touring the country with this exciting show, The Magic Storybook,” said Milkshake presenter and show director Derek Moran.
“It’s a magical show full of audience participation. The Milkshake! audience will love the classic fairytale storylines, the songs and seeing lots of their favourite Milkshake! characters live on stage.”
Full price tickets cost £15.50, children £14 and a family ticket costs £55.
The week concludes with an eagerly anticipated film on the big screen, which is already proving extremely popular at the theatre box office.
Darkest Hour (PG), starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, will be shown at 2.30pm on March 19 and at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on March 20 and 21.
Winston Churchill was no-one’s first choice for Prime Minister. But in Great Britain’s Darkest Hour, through his refusal to surrender and determination to fight on, he became their last hope.
To book, call the box office on 01502 533200 or visit www.marinatheatre.co.uk