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Thrills aplenty in store at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 09:01 05 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:01 05 October 2017

Forbidden Nights will hit the stage at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft. Picture: Courtesy of Forbidden Nights

Forbidden Nights will hit the stage at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft. Picture: Courtesy of Forbidden Nights

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A show with thrills and daring routines will begin an action packed programme of events at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft in the week ahead.

Tap Factory will be performed at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft. Picture: Philippe Fretault Tap Factory will be performed at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft. Picture: Philippe Fretault

Forbidden Nights hits the stage tomorrow night (Friday, October 6) as world-renowned circus artists perform heart-racing tricks in an electric fusion of acrobatics and provocative choreography – all with the ultimate forbidden tease.

Routines including aerial chains, fire acts, acrobatics and live musicians can be expected - all seats £20.

Attention then turns to the big screen as God’s Own Country (15) is shown at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday, October 7, at 7.30pm next Tuesday and 2.30pm on Wednesday, October 11.

For music lovers, Legend of a Band – A tribute to The Moody Blues will be performed on Sunday, October 8 at 7.30pm. Drummer Gordy Marshall played with the band for 25 years and is joined by current 10cc lead singer Mick Wilson plus Tim Maple, Malcolm Moore, Lindsay Goodhand, Patrick Smyth and Patrick Duffin. Tickets £21, Privilege Card Holders £19.

After a number of successful screenings of the 2017 film, the theatre will show the 1958 screening of Dunkirk (PG) at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Monday, October 9, starring Richard Attenborough, John Mills and Bernard Lee.

All tickets for these films are £4.50 and include a tea or coffee. Terms and conditions apply.

Next up is a screening of Coriolanus (12A) from the Royal Shakespeare Company at 7pm on Wednesday, October 11 – all seats £10.

As part of the theatre’s new Up Stage Programme, a workshop entitled Understanding Coriolanus will take place between 2pm and 5pm. Simon Bridge unpacks the complexities of the story and language and helps reveal the poetry and power of the characters and plot. Catch our screening of the RSC production after the workshop. Tickets cost £15 (including ticket to the screening at 7pm).

The week concludes with Tap Factory – starring Gilles Guenat, World Champion of Tap and Jérémie Champagne, finalist of So You Think You Can Dance, France – at 7.30pm on Thursday, October 12. Tickets cost £23.50, concessions £21.50, Privilege Card Holders £21.

To book, call the box office on 01502 533200 or alternatively you can visit www.marinatheatre.co.uk

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