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One Night of Queen to rock Marina

PUBLISHED: 12:11 04 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:34 06 July 2010

HIGHLY successful rock show One Night of Queen returns to the Marina Theatre by popular demand.

Gary Mullen won ITV's Stars in their Eyes in 2000 when he received a record breaking number of votes for the show.

HIGHLY successful rock show One Night of Queen returns to the Marina Theatre by popular demand.

Gary Mullen won ITV's Stars in their Eyes in 2000 when he received a record breaking number of votes for the show. Buoyed by his success, he established a tribute show and has toured all over the world.

In 2009 alone the show performed in England, Scotland, Wales, Denmark, Holland and the US, with the American tour selling out in more than 75 cities. Demand was such that they returned in 2010 to conquer even more states and cities over a 10 week, 50 date tour period.

The celebration of Freddie Mercury and Queen returns to the Lowestoft stage on Thursday.

Before this, the Marina big screen will show Centurion (15). Tomorrow at 7.30pm, the theatre will screen the critically acclaimed film starring Dominic West and David Morrissey.

Set in AD 117 Northern Britain, the relentless onslaught of conquest has ground to a halt in the face of guerrilla tactics from an elusive enemy. When the legion is ambushed and their leader is taken captive a desperate struggles ensues in order to keep the platoon safe behind enemy lines as the race begins to free their general and reach the safety of the Roman frontier.

For more details or to book seats call the box office on 01502 533200.


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