Music, fun and laughs at popular theatre

PUBLISHED: 13:01 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 08:52 02 March 2018

The Seagull Theatre, Pakefield. Picture: Nick Butcher

The Seagull Theatre, Pakefield. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Music, laughs and fundraising fun will take centre stage at the Seagull Theatre in Pakefield over the coming days.

On Friday, March 2, at 7.30pm, Olde Tyme Music Hall returns to the venue by popular demand.

This promises to be an evening of fun and laughter with lots of audience participation – come along and raise the roof with a talented cast. This performance is a fundraiser for the Seagull Theatre. Tickets cost £7.

Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke on Sunday, March 4, from 7pm. The bar will be open and admission is free.

Next Thursday, March 8, at 8pm, the acclaimed singer and bassist with ‘Show of Hands’ – Miranda Sykes – is returning to her roots.

Borrowed Places is a project that draws its inspiration primarily from the songs and landscapes of her native Lincolnshire. With her sensational voice, Miranda interprets the soul of the land and takes the audience on a journey that resonates with us all, wherever we live – and it is one you won’t want to miss.

Tickets cost £12.

On Friday, March 9, at 7.30pm, and following a successful debut show at The Seagull Theatre last year, Tommy Winn is back with his Solo Eagles Tribute show. With astonishing backing tracks and a full band, the audience is encouraged to take it easy for an evening of top class music. Tickets cost £5.

Zingaro Blue will make a welcome return to the Seagull Theatre on Saturday, March 10, at 7.30pm.

This extraordinary band play a fusion of Gypsy Folk, Rock, Pop, Jazz and blues all moulded into one. Zingaro Blue create a colourful world of original music, photography and film with beautiful voices and the amazing talents of Mario Price and his gypsy violin. Tickets cost £8.

For more details of events and opportunities at the Seagull Theatre please contact the box office on 01502 589726, or alternatively you can visit

Call in to pick up a copy of the January to April 2018 brochure.

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