Top entertainment on stage and on screen
PUBLISHED: 06:30 04 July 2014
Tonight at 7.30pm, the Marina Theatre present a live recorded screening of Richard Eyre’s “spell-binding” adaptation of Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen.
Winner of three Olivier Awards including Best Revival, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor, Ghosts transferred to the West End’s Trafalgar Studios following a sell-out run at the Almeida Theatre.
Tomorrow evening at 7.30pm, “Nights On Broadway” present a tribute to the Bee Gees through a fantastic live concert, featuring the Gibb brothers incredible songs from over four decades - from the 60s to the 90s.
The show gives the audience the experience of being at a Bee Gees concert, with a unique blend of classic hits, acoustic medleys and dance floor favourites.
On Sunday evening at 7.30pm, the Marina Theatre presents a spectacular night of Big Band entertainment featuring The Jonathan Wyatt Big Band and The Jeff Hooper Big Band.
The evening is presented in celebration of the late David Gwyn. David was well known as general manager at Pontin’s, Pakefield and over the years brought some of the finest big bands and music to the region.
David who sadly passed away earlier this year, was a champion of big band entertainment, having brought many of the word’s top performers to the area. All profits from the evening will go to David’s favourite charity, the RNLI and will be hosted by long-time friend and former Pontin’s entertainment manager, Graham Henry.
In addition to live entertainment and a live screening, you can also have the opportunity of seeing two films on the big screen at the Marina during the week ahead.
On Monday and Tuesday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm, you can see Two Faces of January. On Wednesday and Thursday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm, you can see the critically acclaimed, Jimmy’s Hall.
Set in 1921, Jimmy Gralton’s sin was to build a dance hall on a rural crossroads in Ireland.
For further information or to book tickets, call the Marina Box Office 01502 533200, or visit www.marinatheatre.co.uk
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