New season’s attractions at the Seagull Theatre

PUBLISHED: 10:35 21 January 2011

Aaron Bolton

Aaron Bolton


AFTER a Christmas break during which the seats have been refurbished, the Seagull Theatre on Morton Road, Pakefield, is ready to embark upon a new season of music, shows and a wide variety of other events including some exciting new opportunities – look out for the Scalextric and Family Games events next month.

The season opens on Sunday at 7.30pm with Karaoke in the Foyer, hosted by Sorrel Adams. With music to suit all tastes, go along for a relaxed evening in the Seagull bar. Admission free.

The Seagull tradition of providing an intimate setting for top quality musical performers continues on Friday, January 28, at 7.30pm when Aaron Bolton swaps London’s West End for Pakefield. Accompanied by local friends and guests, Aaron’s one-night show will bring music from swing, blues and soul to musical theatre and the latest chart sounds. Tickets £10.

On Saturday, January 29, at 7pm, Pakefield turns into 1890s Paris with John-Paul Rappeneau’s film Cyrano De Bergerac (1990), starring Gerard Depardieu. A beautiful French film with subtitles. Tickets £3.50.

On Sunday, January 30, at 7.30pm New Words, Fresh Voices, hosted by Ian Fosten, once again brings original poetry and song to the Seagull.

This regular event is growing in popularity. Tickets £3.

l Contact the box office on 01502 589726 or visit the website:

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