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Varied week at the Seagull

PUBLISHED: 11:25 11 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:38 06 July 2010

THERE will be talent in abundance as Pakefield's Seagull Theatre welcomes a host of performers over the next week.

Waveney's answer to the X Factor and Britain's Got Talent returns on Sunday as the second heat of The S Factor takes place.

THERE will be talent in abundance as Pakefield's Seagull Theatre welcomes a host of performers over the next week.

Waveney's answer to the X Factor and Britain's Got Talent returns on Sunday as the second heat of The S Factor takes place. Last week's show set a high bar for the rest of the competitors, who are all battling for the first prize of £500.

On Monday night the theatre plays host to a quiz night, with teams of up to four people challenged to pit their wits against one-another for cash prizes. Entrance is £1 per person.

A fundraiser for students hoping to go to performance colleges across the country takes place on Wednesday. Lowestoft Sixth Form student Charlotte Trotter fronts the evening of singing, dancing and acting by 13 local students.

Wrentham Band provides the entertainment on Thursday night. The band is well established and respected locally and is beginning to build a reputation on the competition scene.

The week at the Seagull finishes on Friday with a show by established favourites The Old Time Radio Club.

On this visit they present their customary drama, nostalgia, authenticity and suspense with Sherlock Holmes and the Sign of the Four.

For more information about these and other events at the Seagull Theatre contact the box office on 01502 589726 or visit the website www.theseagull.co.uk


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