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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…Find out more »
“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,…Find out more »
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…Find out more »
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…Find out more »
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)Find out more »
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…Find out more »