Take a journey down musical memory lane with Fisher show
PUBLISHED: 06:30 11 November 2016
Everly Everly - the Juke Box Roadshow will perform all the greatest hits of The Everly Brothers in an evening to take you down a musical memory lane at Bungay's Fisher Theatre tomorrow evening. Tickets are £12 and its £10 for concessions.
Meet the Bliss Family - selfish, bad mannered and ultra-bohemian tonight at the theatre, when Yakety Yak presents Hay Fever by Noël Coward.
There’s Judith, a retired actress to whom the world is literally a stage; David, the novelist and their artistically inclined children Sorrel and Simon. When each announces they’ve invited a guest for the weekend, family feuds, misplaced affection and hilarity ensue. Tickets are £9 or £7 for concessions.
Good intentions turn sour with plenty of comedy in Neighbourhood Watch by Alan Ayckbourn, which Bungay Theatre Group are presenting. The cautionary tale of the dangers of taking the law into your own hands will be at the Fisher next Thursday, Friday, November 18 and Saturday, November 19, with brother and sister Martin and Hilda Massie having just moved to Bluebell Hill. But just as they are preparing for a housewarming gathering, their peace is shattered by an intruder and they resolve to take action. Tickets are £8 or £7 for concessions.
Following the success of last year’s Christmas show Immersion Theatre is returning to the Fisher on December 19 with its pantomime production of Robin Hood.
With heaps of audience participation, thrilling sword fights, archery contests, spirited heroes and dastardly villains, it’s a Christmas treat like no other as this much loved tale is given an exhilarating twist in this pantomime, perfect for the entire family. Tickets are already on sale for the performances with both matinee and evening shows.
Later this month a classic play of love, fear and control will be performed at the theatre.
The Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen will be performed by the Open Space Theatre Company, in a tour around venues throughout the Waveney Valley, including Halesworth, Beccles and Bungay. A husband seems set for a blissfully happy future as job promotion offers him the chance to provide his wife and children with a secure and affluent future. But events rooted in the past are about to return to haunt the couple and threaten their future.
It is at The Cut in Halesworth, next Saturday, November 19, Beccles Public Hall on Friday, November 25 and The Fisher on Saturday, November 26.
To book seats for shows at the Fisher, visit the box office open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 3pm, call 01986 897130 or visit www.fishertheatre.org