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March 2019

21 March
£11 – £12
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MILE TWELVE “This fast rising 5 piece band from the USA (guitar, fiddle, mandolin, banjo & double bass) perform creative covers, their own acclaimed bluegrass/folk originals and a sprinkling of traditional songs, all delivered with outstanding musicianship and vocal harmonies. In 2017 they released their debut album “Onwards”, drawing on a range of diverse influences and won the Momentum Award from the International Bluegrass Music Association. “They craft memorable songs, and arrange them to perfectly fit their prodigious abilities” – Bluegrass…

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The Gospel According to Philip by Richard Melchior & Heidi Svoboda The most excruciatingly funny fringe comedy I’ve ever reviewed.★★★★★  Everything Theatre From a London Fringe run, presented by Red Herring Theatre Company. Jesus is organising his ‘Lord of the Dance 30AD’ tour but his disciples can’t stop bickering. Thankfully it is all being doggedly written down in Philip’s diary. A Funny, poignant and ridiculous satire, The Gospel According to Philip is an unsanctified black comedy of the highest order. Age recommended…

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DEMENTIA FRIENDLY EVENT With support from Waveney District Council and the Waveney Enabling Fund we have been able to programme some films in 2019, offering an opportunity for people with Dementia and their families to come along and enjoy a classic film in our auditorium, which will be followed by a sing a long of some popular songs and tea and biscuits will be served. You are welcome to arrive from 1.30pm, the film will start at 2.30pm and the…

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28 March
£11.50 – £12.50
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Eastern Angles Theatre Company presents The Tide Jetty by Tony Ramsay The 1860s. Two brothers, Tucky and Nathan grow up on the banks of Breydon Water alongside tomboy, Eliza. The three of them are inseparable. As they grow older the inevitable happens…Eliza turns into a woman and they both fall for her. But tragedy tears the trio apart and years later it is time to discover the truth of what really happened… The Tide Jetty is a new and thought-provoking…

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29 March
£6 – £10
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“Going to sea – it’s in your blood. We’ve been doing it for generations, regardless of the cost.” The greatest storm in living memory blasts the English coast. Striving against the howling winds and pounding waves, a lonely boat struggles on. Those left behind wait impatiently, huddled together, isolated and unfamiliar. As the storm rages, stories, memories, songs and myths tumble out of the night, capturing a life lived in and around the sea. One island, one sea, ever changing,…

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30 March
£7
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Gin City are a five piece band driven by boogie -woogie keyboard, harmonica and guitar, fronted by Carol Nicholls on vocals.  The band is completed by drums and bass guitar. They will have your feet tapping with their ‘Gin City’ style of Jazz and Blues. They thoroughly enjoy playing and this comes across so well on stage. A band not to be missed!   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £7  

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April 2019

3 April - 5 April
£7 – £8
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Fabba Theatre are 10 years old this year!  And after 36 shows of action, adventure and ad-libs we’re returning to where it all began with a brand-new production of Wizard of Oz.  Join Dorothy and Toto as a tornado deposits them in a wonderful land far, far away, full of Emerald Cities, Ruby Slippers and Wicked Witches.  This will be an enchanting and fun-filled show celebrating the very best of Fabba!   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Time :…

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6 April
£8 – £10
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An Honest Gentleman A musical play about East Anglia’s very own Dick Turpin   Little is known of Thomas Easter except that he was born in ‘Alsum in Norfolk’ in 1715 and was hung at Tyburn 24 years later. However his was a life packed with adventure and intrigue. From North Norfolk to Putney Heath Easter plied his trade as a Gentleman of the Road, ‘raising contributions upon the public’ and from the little that is known was a dashing…

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After the success of ‘We Are The Lions Mr Manager’ Townsend Theatre Productions presents   ROUSE, YE WOMEN Mary Macarthur and the Women Chainmakers – a folk opera by Neil Gore and John Kirkpatrick   In 1910 the women chainmakers of Cradley Heath focussed the world’s attention on the plight of Britain’s low-paid women workers involved in the ‘home-working sweated industries’, hammering out chain-links in sheds in the backyards of their homes with their babies and children for 5 shillings…

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Quiz Night Come and join us for a fun quiz here in our cosy foyer, hosted by the Seagull Theatre. Only £1 per person and teams of up to 6 people allowed. Always a fun night with some great friendly competition and banter.   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £1

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13 April
£5 – £12
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Cat On a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams A dysfunctional family gathers to celebrate the birthday of patriarch “Big Daddy” Pollitt in this tense, powerful, highly charged and emotionally moving play which was turned into an award-winning film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Paul Newman. The lustful advances of passionate, sexually frustrated Maggie are thwarted by the unloving temperament of her alcoholic and apathetic husband, Brick, who is still lamenting the death of his best friend.   Start Time :…

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Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke, featuring your most loved songs, so grab some friends and come on down to our relaxed foyer. The bar will be open to those who may need a small amount of Dutch courage. This is free to watch and free to participate.   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : FREE

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DEMENTIA FRIENDLY EVENT With support from Waveney District Council, the Waveney Enabling Fund and North Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group, we have been able to programme some films in 2019, offering an opportunity for people living with Dementia and their families to come along and enjoy a classic film in our auditorium, which will be followed by a sing a long of some popular songs and tea and biscuits will be served. You are welcome to arrive from 1.30pm, the film…

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16 April
£15
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GOOD LOVELIES “Canadian Juno and SOCAN Award winners, the Good Lovelies (Kerri Ough, Sue Passmore, and Caroline Brooks) are immensely talented vocalists and songwriters in their own right; however, it’s their voices interwoven in harmony – powerful and pure, organic and inspiring – that elevates them from impressive to peerless. For more than 10 years they’ve covered plenty of stylistic ground, adding tinges of pop, roots and jazz to their country / folk core, but through it all, the unmistakable…

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17 April
£1 – £4
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Andy’s Fun Hour Come along and join Andy for some amazing entertainment. There’s juggling, magic, songs, rhymes and balloons. Fun for the all the family, so drag those older brothers and sisters away from the Xbox and enjoy a party for all.   Start Time : 2pm   Ticket Price : £4 (child) / £1 (adult)  

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In this, the latest of his fascinating presentations, popular historian Ivan Bunn will be looking at and discussing the history and stories behind the parks and recreational facilities in North Lowestoft. The focus will be on, but not exclusively, Belle Vue Park, Sparrows Nest and the Denes Oval.  An area that has been pretty much ignored in Lowestoft’s history.  Don’t miss the chance to learn more about this wonderful, but at times sadly neglected, part of the Town.   Start…

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27 April
£20 – £23
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PAKEFIELD ACOUSTIC MUSIC DAY 7 hours of great acoustic music – inventive Lancashire trio Harp & A Monkey, Norwich based Alden, Patterson & Dashwood (now making big waves nationally), acclaimed duo Winter Wilson, FATEA award winners Oka Vanga, Folk/Americana duo Honey & The Bear and internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter Hannah Scott (with Stefano Della Casa on cello), plus the winner of our competition (see entry for 10th February). The performances will be over 2 sessions, from 1.20 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.…

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May 2019

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Join us for Hooma Comedy at the Seagull Theatre for a night of big laughs. Selecting the best up and coming acts on the UK comedy circuit and some old favourites Hooma promises a fantastic night of live comedy. Hooma is a locally based comedy club and has been described as the best source of live comedy outside of the Edinburgh Fringe! Come along and laugh along with acts that have graced the stages of the best clubs in the…

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The Seagull Community Choir is 10 this year, please help us celebrate as we sing some of our ‘Favourite Things’. ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’ because ‘You’ve Got A Friend’ as we explore ‘The Rainbow Connection’ and ‘The Sound of Silence’. Spend some time in the ‘Rose Garden’ with ‘Maria’, ‘Jolene’ and ‘Vincent’ on what we hope will be a ‘Starry, Starry Night’ full of well-known and well-loved songs. All money raised going to charity.   Start Time : 7.30pm  …

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A free festival of music, theatre, poems and stories, starting with Gibbon’s & Gaulier ‘Flip the Flop’ session of fun theatre games and exploration. There’s original songs and traditional music from the John Ward Band and Dean Parkin’s ‘Made on The Grit’, revisiting stories from the hard working lives of Lowestoft’s most easterly fishing community. And a chance to perform at an Open Mic session hosted by Olly Watson.   Start Time : 2pm – 6.30pm   Ticket Price :…

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The Mayday Festival ends with an Edwardian magic show presented by actor Neil Gore – ‘The man of many characters’ – with projected animation, political conjuring tricks, music and song, as we meet the famous characters from the book. An entertaining one-man show that includes, scenes speeches and audience participation. Before the performance Roop Butlin will be performing ‘Songs from the Underground’ in the bar.   Start Time : 8pm   Ticket Price : £8 (full) / £5 (unwaged)  

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Psychic performances are big business these days – with people who claim the ability to communicate with the dead performing shows to big theatres. What, however, for those who are interested in the idea of these psychic shows, but know that the evidence is stacked against them? Or would like to see how much ‘psychic’ phenomena can easily be faked? Then they need to see ‘The Non-Psychic ‘Psychic’ Show’, the new show from myself, magician, escapologist and comedy performer Greg…

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  This is the Seagull’s bi-monthly performance platform for local poets and songwriters. Described as ‘a place of truth-telling which is the basis of all good poetry’, contributors explore what is good, bad and fascinating about being human – all told with refreshing honesty and good humour. If you would like to take part in this event, please contact Ian Fosten (07791 068080 or ian@fosten.com   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £4

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17 May
£8 – £9
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Working in radio is seen as exciting, creative and ‘sexy.’ But what’s the truth behind the public perception? Greg Powles and Jason Reynolds have both presented breakfast shows on commercial radio, they’ve both worked for the BBC and they’ve both managed to combine their loves of broadcasting and sport. They have been in the privileged position of doing a job that most people would give up a limb for. But what do you do when your ‘dream job’ becomes a…

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PURPLE DREAMS PRODUCTIONS present THE LAST CRUMB. written and directed by Tobias Nicholls Set in, and around a cake shop, everyone must decide what their heart truly wants… lemon meringue or chocolate fudge! A case of mistaken identity turns lives upside down – Hearts will flutter, and tears will roll as this comedy tests relationships – and not everyone will make it to the other side! Excited to return to The Seagull for the second time this year, Purple Dreams are proud…

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19 May
£7 – £8
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Join Kirkley Community Choir as they perform an afternoon of music and song. The group will be celebrating Spring with a selection of well-known songs across the many genres and styles they cover. Set up in 2012, Kirkley Community Choir promotes health and wellbeing through singing and has up to 70 members attending regularly. Be sure to book early so that you don’t miss them.   Start Time : 4pm   Ticket Price : £8 / £7 (early bird to…

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24 May - 25 May
£7 – £8
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Great Yarmouth Players and Great Yarmouth Children’s Theatre Present Darling Buds of May Following the success of the collaboration of Great Yarmouth Players and Great Yarmouth Children’s Theatre for ‘Annie’. The two groups are once again coming together to bring this well-loved television sitcom to the stage. Pop Larkin, who makes a fortune from scrap-iron deals but has never paid income tax, lives in rural idyllic bliss with generous-hearted Ma and their six children. When a young tax official, Mr…

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26 May
Free
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Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke, featuring your most loved songs, so grab some friends and come on down to our relaxed foyer. The bar will be open to those who may need a small amount of Dutch courage. This is free to watch and free to participate.   Start Time : 7.30pm

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29 May
£5
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The MakeShift Ensemble with support from Norwich Puppet Theatre present I am Turtle “Just how old are you Great Uncle Archie?” “As old as time and a bit before then” “….like eight in the morning?” “More like half past ten” From the delightful storybook of The Makeshift Ensemble comes a new adventure through the deep blue. Discover the ancient song of the Sea Turtles as they guide us through ship wrecks and sea shells, to sing their song anew when…

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30 May
£11 – £12
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Glasgow based folksinger, songwriter, ukulele player and guitarist Claire Hastings has made a name for herself on the folk scene since winning BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year in 2015. Since then she has toured throughout the UK, Europe and New Zealand as a solo artist, with The Claire Hastings Band and Top Floor Taivers, and has shared the stage with the likes of Lulu, Jamie Cullum, Deacon Blue and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Claire’s debut album ‘Between…

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Broadway Players presents – Everyday’s a Musical Come and join us for a fun trip out featuring a day in the life of musical theatre songs; including foot tapping, comedy and sing-a-long audience participation music for all ages. It’s full of sun and stars and will take you through getting up in the morning to night time celebrations—- a great time for all from this locally-based community company.   Start Time : 2.30pm (Saturday only) / 7.30pm (Friday/Saturday)   Ticket…

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June 2019

3 June
£11 – £12
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Cardboard Fox are Charlotte and Laura Carrivick (guitar/vocals and fiddle/vocals respectively), Joe Tozer (mandolin) and John Breese (double bass) – a powerful combination of instrumental dexterity, wonderful harmonies and memorable songwriting. They’ve toured throughout the UK and Europe and were the first UK band to play the International Bluegrass Music Association’s festival in North Carolina. Winners of the Spiral Earth Award (“Best Debut”), they’ve been described as “thoroughly gorgeous”, “striking” and “a delight”. Video and more at http://cardboardfox.co.uk/media/html Start Time…

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LaPelle’s Factory in association with LittleMighty presents THE BLACK CAT Written by Mufaro Makubika with LaPelle’s Factory A renegade retelling of Edgar Allan Poe’s twisted tale. Two performers dismember the process of adaptation by reimagining a macabre classic with the cheekiest of glints in their eyes. An enigmatic writer has adapted Poe’s original story and handed scripts over to two performers who are now taking merciless liberties with the words – like a madman taking out a furious rage on…

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8 June
£10 – £11
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Rod Clark & Roller Coaster’s Summer Rock ‘n’ Roll Concert.   A night of pure nostalgia with the best of the 50’s and country music together with Rod’s infectious humour! Rod Clark and Roller Coaster: featuring two of Britain’s best guitarists Steve Simpson and Graham Walker. Tim Marriott on drums – Vocal harmonies by The Rockettes.   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £11 / £10 (conc)  

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11 June
£1
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Quiz Night Come and join us for a fun quiz here in our cosy foyer, hosted by the Seagull Theatre. Only £1 per person and teams of up to 6 people allowed. Always a fun night with some great friendly competition and banter.  Start Time: 7.30pm (doors open 7pm)

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Join us for Hooma Comedy at the Seagull Theatre for a night of big laughs. Selecting the best up and coming acts on the UK comedy circuit and some old favourites Hooma promises a fantastic night of live comedy. Hooma is a locally based comedy club and has been described as the best source of live comedy outside of the Edinburgh Fringe! Come along and laugh along with acts that have graced the stages of the best clubs in the…

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15 June
£6 – £9
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It’s finally here!  Following the success of A Night of Mystery and A Cavalcade of Wonders, this magic trilogy completes with ‘Amazing Mysteries’, the latest offering from illusionist Chris North.  Witness some of the inexplicable curiosities that astounded Victorian audiences as Chris takes a light-hearted journey through the unusual and bizarre phenomena that helped define an era. As a unique feature of the show Chris is joined by, ‘The Victorian Enchantress’, a skilled sorceress, whose sophisticated magic and illusion captivates…

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16 June
Free
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Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke, featuring your most loved songs, so grab some friends and come on down to our relaxed foyer. The bar will be open to those who may need a small amount of Dutch courage. This is free to watch and free to participate.   Start Time : 7.30pm

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21 June
£11 – £13
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The 1950s was a decade which saw music change forever. In their original show ‘The Story of Doo-Wop’, vocal group the TestostaTones explored the birth of the Doo-Wop genre which saw quartets singing on street corners, in barbershops and churches in the early 50s in a style which directly paved the way for rock ‘n’ roll. This genre and the “50s chord progression” paved the way for the popularity of Jive and early Rock – styles which sent the world into…

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Red Herring Theatre Company present The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde ‘Never speak disrespectfully of Society. Only people who can’t get into it do that’ Oscar Wilde’s comic masterpiece follows the fortunes of Earnest and Algernon as they romantically pursue Cecily and Gwendolen. A series of misunderstanding bring the young dandies under the stern eye of the fearsome Lady Bracknell. Elegant, intelligent and comic; The Importance of Being Earnest is a theatre classic which preserves the razor wit…

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July 2019

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The hit making Pop/Folk group have reformed . Reviving the close harmony vocal and acoustic sound of an era. Bringing much loved songs from the 60’s and 70’s plus popular material from 80’s and current self -penned folk material The Settlers hits include The Lightning Tree – the theme song for ITV ’s Folly Foot Farm. “What a night! The whole audience knew the words to the songs and went home singing ”   Valerie Fielding  Sleaford Playhouse Theatre.  www.thesettlers.co.uk   Start Time…

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PAPA! & Clockwork Showcase  PAPA & Clockwork welcome you back for another show stopping showcase! Both companies rehearse regularly in The Seagull Theatre and have put together two performances full of solo talents and group numbers that are sure to leave you on the edge of your seats! Come and support our fantastic performers in a day of entertainment you certainly won’t forget!   Start Time : 3pm and 6pm   Ticket Price : £6  

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Join us for Hooma Comedy at the Seagull Theatre for a night of big laughs. Selecting the best up and coming acts on the UK comedy circuit and some old favourites Hooma promises a fantastic night of live comedy. Hooma is a locally based comedy club and has been described as the best source of live comedy outside of the Edinburgh Fringe! Come along and laugh along with acts that have graced the stages of the best clubs in the…

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Purple Jimi deliver a full-on show that features all of your favourite Hendrix tunes, performed with an energy and virtuosity that transcends tribute band status. This is simply great music performed by great players of genuine pedigree. Obscured By Floyd feature members of ‘The Pure Floyd Show’. The band pay homage to the early psychedelic days of Pink Floyd as well as classics such as ‘Wish You Were Here’ and ‘Comfortably Numb’.   www.PurpleJimi.com   Start Time : 7.30pm  …

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28 July
Free
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Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke, featuring your most loved songs, so grab some friends and come on down to our relaxed foyer. The bar will be open to those who may need a small amount of Dutch courage. This is free to watch and free to participate.   Start Time : 7.30pm

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30 July
£2 – £4
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The Mini Monster Creepy Crawly Roadshow gives your children the chance to get up close and personal with a selection of (very friendly!) critters, including giant snails, giant millipedes, tarantula’s, snakes and lizards! Come along to meet and learn about some fascinating animals. Suitable for children aged 5 and over. Book early to avoid disappointment. Start Time : 3pm and 6pm Ticket Price : £4 (children) £2 (adults)  

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August 2019

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Back by Popular demand !! The Searchers and Hollies Experience – an incredible back catalogue of over 30 hit songs in this amazing tribute show. It is a show guaranteed to have you in `Needles and Pins` with nostalgia as soon as you `Walk in the room`. It is definitely worth `Just one look` and you will say `Here I go Again` I feel that `I`m Alive` when you hear these melodic hits. So if you are thinking about booking…

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Sian Websdale and Harry Quirk are back again with another night for your entertainment, laughs guaranteed! Now in their second year of further study Sian and Harry are excited to come back bigger and better with scenes from Fry and Laurie, Abbott and Costello, Rowan Atkinson and more. With Sian training at Italia Conti and Harry training at Bristol UWE, the two are ready to combine once again and bring you a fun filled evening! Another Night with Sian Websdale…

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Forever Sabbath Forever Sabbath this year are celebrating 50 years of everything Black Sabbath. Following their Debut at The Seagull Theatre last year this time they are bringing their full show which has been touring the U.K. This promises to be an explosive evening of Ozzy and Dio with full theatrics played with a real passion and FIRE AND BRIMSTONE!   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £8 / £10 (On The Door)

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25 August
Free
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Andy Davis hosts another family fun evening of Karaoke, featuring your most loved songs, so grab some friends and come on down to our relaxed foyer. The bar will be open to those who may need a small amount of Dutch courage. This is free to watch and free to participate.   Start Time : 7.30pm

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29 August - 31 August
£9 – £10
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Red Herring Theatre company presents   There Were None by Agatha Christie And Then 10 strangers are lured to a remote island, where they discover that their host is missing. At dinner a recorded message plays accusing each of them of having a guilty secret. Stranded on the island by a torrential storm and haunted by an ancient nursery rhyme, they soon realise there is not only a killer amongst them, but he or she is preparing to strike again……

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September 2019

7 September
£10
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Having performed earlier this year to yet another sell out audience, Zingaro Blue are back! For those of you who are new to Zingaro Blue their music is probably a fusion of Gypsy Folk/ Rock/ Pop and Jazz/ blues all moulded into one. Their is no genre or category to describe the sound of Zingaro Blue’s music. The best way to discover their world is to come along and get carried away by Lesley’s stunning crystal clear voice and the…

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Pete n Dud were a legendary comedy duo, but Dudley Moore was also a top class jazz pianist. His classic 60s music is brought to life by Chris Ingham (piano), Ryan Higgs (trumpet), George Double (drums) and top bass player, Geoff Gascoyne. **** PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS AT THE HOTEL HATFIELD NOT THE SEAGULL THEATRE**** Start Time : 8.00pm   Ticket Price : £12  

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13 September
£15
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The original jazzrock band of the late 60s, Soft Machine became a legend. The band now comprises three long-standing members: John Etheridge (guitar), John Marshall (drums), Roy Babbington (bass) and multi instrumentalist, Theo Travis. After completing a 50th anniversary world tour, this is a real coup for Lowestoft. Start Time : 8pm Tickets : £15    

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14 September
Free
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Well known locally, as the name suggests, Pangaea plays ‘one world jazz’ in a very ‘together’ style. A wide range of modern music with some great latin jazz, from: Dave Ingham (saxes), Stephen Mynott (guitar), Vilem Haas (bass) and Azzy King (drums). Start Time : 5pm Tickets : Pay What You Think  

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Elaine can be described as the queen of British jazz singers. She’s played all the top spots around the world and comes to Lowestoft with an awesome line up of: Barry Green (piano), Simon Thorpe (bass), Bobby Worth (drums) and the great Jim Mullen (guitar). Start Time : 8.30pm Tickets : £15  

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15 September
Free
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Co-led by classically trained Ray Simmons (piano and trumpet) and virtuoso guitarist, Phil Brooke, the band takes you on a journey through jazz from the early years to modern. Their repertoire is truly unlimited. With Owen Morgan (bass) and Craig Hipperson (drums). Start Time : 2pm Tickets : Pay What You Think  

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15 September
Free
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A long time local favourite who played with the best on the London jazz scene, Gill’s booming bass leads a line up of top quality musicians. Wonderful straight ahead jazz. Start Time : 4.30pm Tickets : Pay What You Think    

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15 September
£12
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A full 18 piece band which will ‘raise the roof’ at the Seagull! This band certainly swings, but Eddie does more and really puts them through their paces, creating a powerful finale to the Lowestoft Jazz Weekend. Start Time : 8pm Ticket : £12

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October 2019

3 October
£10 – £12
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Gilmore & Roberts Katriona Gilmore (vocals/fiddle/mandolin) & Jamie Roberts (vocals/guitar) combine great songwriting, astounding musicianship and wonderful harmonies to create a powerful sound. Nominated 3 times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and winners of the FATEA Award for song of 2018 (“Bone Cupboard” from latest CD “A Problem of Our Time”). They’ve recorded and shared stages with a wide range of famous artists, toured Canada and Europe, played the UK’s biggest acoustic festivals, toured with Fairport Convention and won countless accolades for their genre-spanning work. ‘Hot property’…

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True Gold began life way back in 2005, when founding member Lee James put an advert out for musicians, which would form into a Spandau Ballet tribute band known as Highly Strung. The band split in 2010, only to reform after many requests to do so, under the new name of True Gold ‘The Spandau Ballet Experience’. ​The band is now sounding, and looking better than ever! Having performed in 100’s of venues over the years, they have courted much praise from…

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Following five sellout performances at the Seagull Theatre, Lowestoft’s very own shanty choir return with their usual inimitable mix of sea shanties and storytelling. In this show the group will recreate the high-spirited, informal atmosphere of the infamous Lowestoft ‘smokers’, also known as shod concerts. These were named after a term used by Lowestoft fisherman for a large shed which companies would buiold for beachman to house and launch yawls – a precursor to lifeboats. Singing along will be encouraged…

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12 October
£15
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  Chris While (vocals, guitar, banjo, dulcimer, bodhran, darbuka and percussion) & Julie Matthews (vocals, piano, guitar, mandolin and bouzouki) are breath-taking singers, songwriters, musicians and performers whose energy and commitment to their craft and their audience is boundless. They have been hailed as two of the best and most hard working musicians on the folk roots scene. Chris and Julie have been nominated ten times in the BBC Radio 2 Folk music awards in the ‘Best Song, Best Duo,…

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19 October
£12 – £14
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Roll over Beethoven, because the greatest tribute to Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra is here! In an all live show featuring soaring strings, striking vocal harmonies and playing all the much loved songs from ELO’s hit-filled library including Evil Woman, Telephone Line and Don’t Bring Me Down. The ELO Encounter promises a night filled with rock, roll and Blue Skies that would make even Mozart mambo and Bach boogie! So Hold On Tight because Rock and Roll Is King in a show…

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25 October
£9 – £10
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‘Masters of Swing’ …is an exciting new show packed full of great music, laughs and audience participation, which celebrates the best singers of the golden age of swing and the big band era in a fast-paced, energetic show . Join acclaimed crooners and brothers Stephen and Paul Amer, who have sung for the Queen, live on BBC Radio 2 and at some of the UK’s most prestigious venues as they take you on a musical journey paying homage to such…

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November 2019

15 November
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“…an evening with Gibbons & Gaulier is one not to be missed… the material is glorious and original. The Affair is a deftly written play… with a depth that will leave you wanting more… Gibbons & Gaulier are simply unique!” – James Pearson, Artistic Director, Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club A hilarious and thoroughly uplifting new play about relationships, which has all the ingredients of a great comedy… clown, bouffon, vaudeville and slapstick! With a sprinkle of drama and a splash…

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