Coming up at Bungay’s Fisher Theatre
TWO classic, compelling dramas and a horror story with a comedy twist are on offer at the Fisher Theatre at Bungay over the next week.
The Black Ram Theatre Company brings its latest production, Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, to the stage on Tuesday and Wednesday evening. It tells the startlingly honest tale of one individual’s struggle for the ultimate right – her own freedom. It is at 7.30pm each night, and tickets are �10 (�9 concessions).
And next Friday evening, October 29, John Osborne’s powerful drama, Look Back in Anger, is being staged by SM Productions. Osborne’s script coined the phrase “angry young man.” Tickets are �8 (�7 concessions).
Tomorrow evening Dracula is on offer in a collaboration between The Keeper’s Daughter and Eyeswrite. It brings a blend of comedy, story-telling and physical theatre to Bram Stoker’s original gothic tale, to produce a one-act play suitable for those aged 7+. Tickets are �7 (�5 for under 16s).
The Thursday film next week is The Lovely Bones (12A), at 7.30pm.
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Tickets are on sale for the theatre’s annual professional pantomime, Robin Hood, produced by and starring Steve Ace. It runs from December 18-January 3.
In the gallery and the theatre bar an exhibition of the work of Bungay artist Iona Magnus continues until the end of the month.
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l Tickets for all events at the Fisher are available on 01986 897130, or via the website: www.fishertheatre.org