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Whats on at the Fisher

PUBLISHED: 15:33 22 October 2010

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.

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.

Tickets for all events at the Fisher are available on 01986 897130, or via the website: www.fishertheatre.org


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