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Music and drama on offer at Beccles Public Hall

PUBLISHED: 06:30 14 November 2014

Beccles singer Debbie Lambert.

Beccles singer Debbie Lambert.

Stuart Sneddon (AnglianArt)

Popular local big band, Super Swing, are practising in readiness for the big dance night on the "Lights On" night in Beccles on Friday, November 28, at 8pm.

Roy Goodwin and April Secrett  as former MP John Malcolm and his ex-wife Anne in Separate Tables, by Terence Rattigan.Roy Goodwin and April Secrett as former MP John Malcolm and his ex-wife Anne in Separate Tables, by Terence Rattigan.

The doors open ready for an 8.30pm start with the dancing on all evening to finish at midnight.

This much anticipated 1940s themed fundraising dance night for the Public Hall has been brought forward this year to coincide with the Beccles Christmas Lights Switch On.

Well loved local singer, Debbie Lambert, member of Waveney Light Opera Group and Company D will be guest singer for this marvellous traditional big band consisting of four trumpets, four trombones, five saxaphones, a clarinet and a four-piece rhythm section.

Nigel of Jivebunnies will be DJ for the evening when he’ll take on his 40s persona, DJ The Muffin Man and will entertain you with his amazing vinyl collection of period music.

So get on your dancing shoes and 40s outfits and get ready for a traditional big band dance to round off the year - there will be a prize for the best-dressed couple in vintage attire!

Tickets are £12 and are available on-line at www.becclespublichall.com or from the Box Office which is open from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 3pm.

Two days earlier, on Wednesday, November 26, Open Space Theatre Company are performing Terence Rattigan’s classic play, “Separate Tables”.

Affection, love and desire linger on within lives blighted by loneliness and disappointment in what is one of Rattigan’s most well-known plays.

Open Space director, David Green, said: “Few dramatists of the 20th century wrote with more understanding of the human heart than Terence Rattigan.”

Tickets cost £9.50 and £8.50 available online or from the box office.

If you cannot wait that long to see this super production it is also being performed at the Seagull Theatre, Pakefield, on Tuesday, November 18.

Tickets £9.50 and £8.50 (concessions) Box office 01502 589726.

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