Sea, sand and a bit of innuendo

PUBLISHED: 10:45 19 November 2010

TONIGHT the classic British seaside comes to the Seagull Theatre stage when local company Nudge Productions stages Building on Sand. This is a tale of sea, sand, innuendo and some gentle fun at the expense of political correctness. Tickets £9/£8.

Tomorrow at 7.30pm for an 
8pm start, the Seagull is staging a Rocky Horror Cult Night.

People are being urged to go along dressed appropriately 
and be ready to let down their hair. There will be a prize of a bottle of wine for the 
best outfit. Tickets £4.

On Sunday at 7.30pm the Venue of Performing Arts is offering a lively production of St Trinian’s.

A fun-packed, good natured, girl-powered romp is promised. Tickets £6/£5.

On Thursday and Friday, November 25 and 26, at 7.30pm, resident Seagull company SM Productions stage their final show of the year.

Samuel Beckett’s Endgame is claimed to be his greatest achievement and follows Beckett’s talent for pared-down yet immensely powerful writing.

If you’ve waited for Godot, or sought pleasure in Happy Days, Endgame is a play not to be missed. Tickets £8/£6.50.

For more details of these events and other opportunities at the Seagull Theatre please contact the box office on 01502 589726 or visit the website;

l The North Suffolk Youth Choir will be performing at St Mark’s Church, Oulton Broad, on Sunday in a concert that starts at 3pm.

Tickets are £5 and will be available at the door.

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