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Olde Tyme Music Hall fun

PUBLISHED: 11:47 18 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:37 06 July 2010

THIS year's programme at the Seagull Theatre in Lowestoft concludes with a wide spread of quality seasonal shows.

Marion Small's 'Olde Tyme Music Hall' brings a wealthy of local talent to the Seagull's stage tomorrow night with music, comedy and traditional carols.

THIS year's programme at the Seagull Theatre in Lowestoft concludes with a wide spread of quality seasonal shows.

Marion Small's 'Olde Tyme Music Hall' brings a wealthy of local talent to the Seagull's stage tomorrow night > with music, comedy and traditional carols. The audience is invited to come along dressed for the occasion and a splendid evening of family entertainment is guaranteed. The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £5.

On Monday at 7.30pm the 'Old Time Radio Club' is welcomed at the theatre. Having supported an evening of do-wap music in the autumn and successfully staged a re-creation of Orson Welles' 'War of the Worlds' at Halloween, the club bring us an audio production of the original and ultimate feel good Christmas show - 'It's a wonderful life' - with tickets £7 and £6 concessions.

Finally, next Tuesday at 7pm the theatre plays host to 'Seekers and Dreamers'. This event invites you to encounter the Christmas story through words, film and carols old and new. The music, provided by our own 'West Gallery Musicians', will be more Thomas Hardy than Kings College and the Seagull Community Choir will contribute a couple of numbers. Admission is free and seasonal refreshments will be available at the bar.

For further details contact the Seagull box office on 01502 589726 or visit www.theseagull.co.uk


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