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Radio club and more talent at Seagull

PUBLISHED: 11:32 18 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:41 06 July 2010

THE Seagull Theatre in Pakefield hosts the Old Time Radio Club tonight at 7.30pm.

The popular club will present Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of Four, a classic take on an equally classic tale with high drama, sound effects and entertainment.

THE Seagull Theatre in Pakefield hosts the Old Time Radio Club tonight at 7.30pm.

The popular club will present Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of Four, a classic take on an equally classic tale with high drama, sound effects and entertainment.

Revealing fighting skills as lethal as his legendary intellect, Holmes will battle as never before to bring down Lord Blackwood - an evil and mysterious new adversary and nemesis; racing to prevent the ritual murder of a girl and at the same time, unravelling a deadly plot that could destroy the country.

The group, which specialises in performing radio plays using accurate and original standards of performance and broadcasting, including live sound effects, have previously performed the Christmas classic It's a Wonderful Life and the Halloween special War of the Worlds.

On Sunday, Heat Three of The S Factor will take place. The two previous heats have showcased a consistently high quality of acts, and the competition is sure to get even more heated as hopefuls compete for the £500 prize.

Graduates from the Venue of Performing Arts take centre stage on Monday night for an evening of entertainment.

The remainder of the week will be a busy time at the Seagull, with volunteers working feverishly to install replacement seats in time for the final heat of the S Factor on Sunday, June 27.

For more information about shows and classes contact the box office on 01502 589726 or visit www.theseagull.co.uk


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