Busy month of theatre, live music and workshops at the Marina Theatre Lowestoft this January

Marina Theatre and Cinema in Lowestoft, Suffolk. Picture by Mick Howes

Marina Theatre and Cinema in Lowestoft, Suffolk. Picture by Mick Howes - Credit: Mick Howes

An exciting programme of entertainment at the Marina Theatre begins with a visit from Waveney Sinfonia this week.

Lowestoft Players are to take centre stage at The Marina Theatre with their pantomime Snow White

Lowestoft Players are to take centre stage at The Marina Theatre with their pantomime Snow White - Credit: Archant

The concerto will be played by rising star Daniel Benn when England's most easterly amateur orchestra makes its second visit to the theatre with two wonderful classics.

The performance takes place tomorrow (Saturday 14) at 7.30pm. Tickets £12, Concessions, £11, Under 19's £7.

The fun and games continue at the new Youth Theatre which runs every Saturday morning during term time.

With age groups 9-12 years, from 9.30am, and 13-16 years, from 11am, there is still time to get involved by calling Will Isgrove on 01502 533231.

The weekly Next Stagers theatre group, for the over 50's, takes place on Wednesday, January 18.

The group is designed to give members a chance to meet and discuss theatre and arts subjects, read plays and even rehearse and stage them.

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It is then time for the Lowestoft Players to take centre stage with their eagerly anticipated pantomime Snow White – a spectacular comedy show for the whole family.

The nine performances run between January 21 and 29.

Snow White, Dame Nursie, Muddles and the Seven Dwarfs along with a host of crazy pantomime characters will be waiting to take you on a rollercoaster ride of mayhem and madcap merriment in this post New Year treat!

In true Players tradition this fast moving comedy pantomime with toe-tapping music, stunning scenery and colourful costumes will entertain and enchant the whole family.

Call the box office on 01502 533200 to book and for more information about the theatre visit www.marinatheatre.co.uk

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