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Secret passions in Mating Game

PUBLISHED: 09:45 05 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:12 06 July 2010

THE irrepressible Damian Williams returns to the Marina Theatre, Lowestoft, from February 11, as the Robin Hawdon comedy The Mating Game takes to the stage.

THE irrepressible Damian Williams returns to the Marina Theatre, Lowestoft, from February 11, as the Robin Hawdon comedy The Mating Game takes to the stage.

Damien has just recorded a new series as host of the Sky One series Are You Smarter Than Your Ten-Year-old? and starred in a record-breaking run of the pantomime Snow White at the prestigious Sheffield Lyceum Theatre.

In The Mating Game, he plays the hugely successful chat show host Draycott Harris who, despite his fame and fortune, has no luck with the opposite sex.

After enlisting the help of his brother, they embark on the pursuit of Draycott's new PR girl. However, neither of them anticipates the secret growing passion his long suffering secretary has for her boss - which is set to explode with hilarious consequences.

The Mating Game will be at the Marina Theatre for four performances, running nightly at 7.30pm from Thursday, February 11 to Saturday, February 13, with a special matinee on the Saturday at 2.30pm.

Tonight, the theatre welcomes Sarah Jane Buckley in Over The Rainbow. There are just a few

seats available for this musical celebration of legendary performer Eva Cassidy.

At 7.30pm tomorrow and Sunday, the theatre's big screen will show critically acclaimed thriller The Box (12A).

Harry Brown (18) will be screened at 7.30pm on Monday and 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Tuesday, while Did You Hear About The Morgans? (PG) will be shown at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday.

For more information or to book for any Marina Theatre concert, movie or show call the box office on 01502 533200.


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