Music and comedy in the spotlight

PUBLISHED: 10:13 29 October 2010

TONIGHT at 7.30pm the Marina Theatre welcomes Claire Sweeney in a rare opportunity to see the definitive version of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black’s classic musical Tell Me On A Sunday.

With a wonderful original score, featuring the chart-topping song Take That Look Off Your Face, it is now remodelled for Claire Sweeney for 2010 with an exclusive new song, I Still Believe in Love.

This Sunday brings celebrated Psychic Medium Colin Fry, as he delivers messages of love and comfort in his brand new show.

Acclaimed for his breathtaking accuracy and compassion, he conducts an evening of intimate communication with loved ones.

On the Marina Big Screen this coming Monday and Tuesday is the comedy Tamara Drewe (15). Gemma Arterton, Dominic Cooper and Tasmin Grieg start in the story of the once shy and unattractive teenager whose past catches up with her when she returns home and meets an old flame.

Screenings take place nightly at 7.30pm with a matinee on Tuesday at 2.30pm.

The legendary That’ll Be The Day, the UK’s most successful touring rock ‘n’ roll production, returns on Wednesday with its 25th anniversary show. Trevor, Gary and the gang return with the show’s greatest hits featuring the most popular feel-good comedy routines and favourite hits from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s.

Described as a Master of stand up at the age of just 22, Kevin Bridges is the latest comedy star to tread the Marina boards next Saturday, November 6. With a 2009 Edinburgh Fringe Festival sell-out run and an Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination for Best Newcomer under his belt, plus star appearances on Live at the Apollo, Have I Got News For You and Channel 4’s Comedy Gala at the 02, 2010 is fast becoming Kevin’s year.

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

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

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