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February 2020

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Both instructive and enjoyable, helping children to develop patience, dexterity, stamina, self discipline and creativity. Circus Skills Workshops are a fun way for children to spend an afternoon or morning. Playing with traditional circus props (juggling, diablo, tightrope, devil sticks, unicycle, balance poles, Pedal Go’s, Fun Wheels, and plate spinning), in a relaxed semi-formal workshop structure. These sessions encourage perseverance, diligence, self discipline, hand-eye coordination, manipulation skills and dexterity. The carefully worked out structure means that children of all capabilities…

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Foolhardy Circus Company   The Infamous Foolhardy clowns return with their latest show. If you’ve ever wondered what defined comic ineptitude then check out this show. Lashings of sumptuous comedy and a creamy dollop of acrobatics combined to ensure you leave smiling. Suitable for ages 2-99.   Start Time : 2pm   Ticket Price : £6  

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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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“Mama G is coming back to Pakefield with brand new songs and stories about being who you are and loving who you want! Meet Mama G’s range of wonderful characters, including: the first lady to go into space, a goat with a wind problem and Little Roar, the fashionista dinosaur! Mama G’s blend of audience participation, laugh-out-loud stories and magical moments have been garnering five star reviews across the UK – so let Mama G introduce your children to the…

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Mama G’s Storytime Roadshow – For adults! “Mama G is coming back to Pakefield with brand new songs and stories about being who you are and loving who you want! Meet Mama G’s range of wonderful characters, including: the first lady to go into space, a goat with a wind problem and Little Roar, the fashionista dinosaur! Mama G’s blend of audience participation, laugh-out-loud stories and magical moments have been garnering five star reviews across the UK – so let…

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DOLLY IS BACK IN TOWN – THE RAGS TO RHINESTONES STORY The Rags to Rhinestones Story is a smash hit tribute concert production that continues to sell out theatres across the UK. The show is widely accepted as the foremost tribute show to Dolly Parton, and is performed by the Award Winning Miss Julia Martin, the UK’s No1 Dolly Parton impersonator. The show has been described by theatre audiences as totally authentic in every way, and not only captures Dolly’s…

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With funding support, we have been able to programme 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, followed by a sing-a-long of some popular songs. You are welcome to arrive from 1.30pm, the film will start at 2.30pm and the sing-a-long and social time will end at 5.30pm. Spaces are limited and DO need to be booked, please call our box office to…

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24 February - 25 February
£5
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REHEARSED EXTRACTS from THE RESPONSE: A new play by John Hales “A year after the 7/7 bombings, something unthinkable is about to happen again”. Following a successful sharing at the Seagull, the Arts Council commissioned further development of this frightening, darkly comic, bold new play. See 50 minutes of rehearsed extracts with us before THE RESPONSE heads off to London… WARNING: The play contains strong language and violence, exploring religious, “terrorist” and nationalistic themes. EADT: “The humour relieves the relentless…

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27 February
£10 – £11
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Singer/Songwriter Edwina Hayes makes a welcome return to the Seagull following a very popular show in January 2019. Edwina has played stages everywhere from Glastonbury Festival to The Royal Albert Hall. The title track of her album Pour Me A Drink was covered by Nanci Griffith who calls her ‘the sweetest voice in England’ and her cover of the Randy Newman song Feels Like Home was featured in full in the Cameron Diaz film My Sister’s Keeper and has since had over eight million…

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REHEARSED EXTRACTS from THE RESPONSE: A new play by John Hales “A year after the 7/7 bombings, something unthinkable is about to happen again”. Following a successful sharing at the Seagull, the Arts Council commissioned further development of this frightening, darkly comic, bold new play. See 50 minutes of rehearsed extracts with us before THE RESPONSE heads off to London… WARNING: The play contains strong language and violence, exploring religious, “terrorist” and nationalistic themes. EADT: “The humour relieves the relentless…

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28 February
£10
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Feed by Theatre Témoin A coproduction with The Lowry and Everyman Theatre Cheltenham   A Palestinian woman takes a striking photograph of a boy.  A journalist steals the image for an unrelated article.  A blogger is moved to tears by the article and posts a tribute.  An SEO specialist makes the blogger’s tribute go viral.  Now all four are caught in a media storm, in a whirring story that moves from reality into dark fantasy as the algorithms spin to…

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Jonny is a teacher, a workshop leader and an avid football fan. He’s just become a father. His friends say that he’s outgoing and that he loves music, festivals and nightclubs. Jonny is deaf. He was born deaf to hearing parents who were afraid that disability would stigmatise their son and the family. Louder Is Not Always Clearer is an honest portrayal of the vulnerability of a deaf man, created and performed by a deaf man. For a hearing audience it…

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March 2020

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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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4 March
£5
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Performance poetry Keith and Sally Kyrkant provide a beautiful musical response to the essence of Patricia Peters’ poems. A wonderful combination of sounds…the spoken word, music from Keith’s guitar and Sally’s singing…give expression to the unique and sometimes emotional content of the poetry…sometimes serious, sometimes lighthearted. Join them, join in, or just listen and enjoy their Heritage Sounds. Proceeds to Alzheimer Research Start Time : 3.30pm Tickets : £5

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5 March
£6
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Kaleidoscope – A show for babies 6-18 months  Blink. Blink again. What do you see? Day by day your world is filling up with colour, little one. Reds and blues, yellows and greens. Twinkling lights that glisten and gleam. Inspired by research into how a baby’s sense of sight develops and how they instinctively begin to categorise colour, watch as a multicoloured Kaleidoscope is brought to life for you and your baby. Start Time : 11.30am / 12.30pm / 2pm…

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6 March
£10 – £11
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Respectfully Elvis Elvis Presley is not only remembered as one of the most influential artist’s of all time, but also as the King of Rock n Roll. Respectfully Elvis features the talented Ivan Brady, paying a heartfelt and personal tribute that showcases the obscure, and classic Elvis songs from the 60’s era. A true appreciation to the man and his music.   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £10 (adv) / £11 (otd)  

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7 March
£5
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From their first performances on the streets of Norwich, The He Hews have intrigued and captivated audiences young and old both in the UK and across Europe. Considered to be the ultimate New Orleans Ska band from Norwich (they don’t just pay Ska and New Orleans music), they make songs spanning time from Flapper to Disco very much their own. The He Hews will make you smile or else!   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £5  

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8 March
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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12 March
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Dickens failed to provide a backstory to Fagin, so who was he and who was the real man that Dickens based his character on? Join Fagin as he reviews his situation during his final night in prison before being hanged. As madness envelops him he is ‘visited’ by some old acquaintances. Find out who he really was and how he ended up as one of the best known, yet unknown, of Dickens’ characters. “This powerful new play gives a fresh…

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13 March
£10
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PURPLE DREAMS PRODUCTIONS present LOVE GAMES – written and directed by Tobias Nicholls When Isaac Williams set off to catch his usual bus, little did he realise that he’d meet the most important people of his life… quickly falling for kind-hearted Sophie, he finds himself fighting for her affection with rival suitor Chris.  It’s not until Sophie’s feisty friend Zoe shows up though that it becomes apparent that, ultimately, everyone is playing ‘Love Games’. Purple Dreams Productions are excited to…

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THE MUSICAL JOURNEY PAYING TRIBUTE TO THE QUEEN OF ROCK – MISS TINA TURNER Steamy Windows is a smash hit theatre production that is widely accepted as the foremost tribute show to Tina Turner. This high energy production is performed by the Award Winning Miss Julia Martin, and is one of Julia’s longest running tribute shows, performed around the world, with standing ovations and repeat bookings on every occasion. From its conception 20 years ago, this incredibly authentic show captures the image, the stage presence,…

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Writer, Radio 4 regular and creator of cult theatre show John Peel’s Shed John Osborne returns with a brand new storytelling show about dementia, two sisters and the role music plays in our lives. John’s previous Edinburgh shows have been adapted for BBC Radio 4, and this brand new funny, sad, cosy, beautiful story deals with something increasingly familiar to so many people. Just because something is diagnosed doesn’t mean it’s the end. “Magical and moving,” – Clash magazine.   Start Time…

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19 March - 21 March
£9 – £10
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For the mere sake of adventure, the danger, and the fun of it – Wyndham Brandon persuades his weak minded friend, Charles Granillo, to assist him in the murder of a a perfectly harmless fellow undergraduate, Ronald Raglan. They place the body in a wooden chest, and to add spice to their handiwork, invite a few acquaintances, including the dead youth’s father, to a party, the chest with its gruesome contents serving as a supper table. Loosely on the Leopold…

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The world is in crisis, held to ransom by a mysterious organisation with eyes everywhere and a taste for chaos. Fortunately, the Agents of FABBA are on the case, unfortunately they can’t stand each other. Can these super, secret operatives work together long enough to save the world, will their gadgets actually work, and who thought a base inside a volcano was a good idea anyway? A spectacular spy-thriller, full of explosions, double-crosses and maybe even a car chase or two.…

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28 March
£12
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After the last 4 sell out performances Zingaro Blue are back again and as always you are very welcome to ‘Dress up as the songs’. Even more  tales from Suffolk and Norfolk and further a field. ZB will be Performing the best songs from all of their albums and some new songs yet to be heard. As usual there is no stopping them. Their music is probably a fusion of Gypsy Folk/ Rock/ Pop and Jazz/ blues all moulded into…

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29 March
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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Enjoy scenes and monologues performed by Agnes’ adult acting class. This group meet weekly and enjoy acting for fun. Anyone who has an interest can join by contacting Agnes Lillis – agnesclillis@hotmail.co.uk   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket price : £3  

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April 2020

2 April
£10 – £11
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Born out of a long-standing weekly residency at a distillery in Durango, Colorado, Stillhouse Junkies – Fred Kosak (vocals, guitar & mandolin), Alissa Wolf (vocals & Fiddle) & Cody Tinnin (vocals, double bass & banjo) – have quickly become a staple of the Southwest’s rich music scene, establishing a solid fan base through multi-hour performances that feature soaring group improvisations, innovative covers and intimate vocal-driven ballads With all three band members trading lead vocal duties, Stillhouse Junkies paint with a…

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3 April - 4 April
£6 – £8
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Musical Numbers Broad-way Players invite you to join us on a ‘mathematical journey’ through musical theatre songs. We bring you an entertaining show for all ages, full of joy and laughter. It features ‘Musical Numbers’ for everyone to share in a delightful performance of song and dance. So, this all ‘adds up’ to a ‘totally, foot-tapping’ show—it’s ‘countdown’ to a great time for all!   Start Time : 2.30pm (4th only) / 7.30pm   Start Time : £8 / £6…

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7 April
£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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9 April
£6 – £8
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Spinning Wheel Theatre presents The Velveteen Rabbit Adapted from the book by Margery Williams Written and directed by Amy Wyllie Designed by Becca Gibbs   When the Velveteen Rabbit is unwrapped on Christmas morning, he quickly becomes just another thing gathering dust in the toy box. Shunned by the other playthings, who are braver, more glamorous and have expensive motors and flashing lights, he fears he’ll never be played with. But a chance encounter makes him the favourite toy, and…

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11 April
£6
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Battie Hatster Productions present Overlooked by Jane Martin Jay lives on the street, lurching from one crisis to the next. Georgie’s life is sorted, although using a wheelchair has its drawbacks. Superficially very different, they have one thing in common – they are the overlooked. When circumstances throw them together, the bond between them is intense. This powerful new drama asks what it means to be truly seen by someone: what happens when there’s nowhere to hide?   Start Time…

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15 April
£4 – £5
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FOX TALES 2: Stark Raven Mad Hans the storyteller and Reynard the fox return with a whole new set of hilarious Brother Grimm tales for children. This time they are joined by an anarchic new friend. Foxtales is a weird, wacky and silly treat for children in half term.  The show is suitable for those aged 5 to 105. After the show, you are welcome to meet the puppets. ‘A lovely animated and engrossing show’ Start Time : 2.30pm  …

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Open Space Theatre Company A View from the Bridge, by Arthur Miller Eddie Carbone struggles to allow Catherine, the orphaned niece he has nurtured and who is now on the cusp of womanhood, to go out into the wider world. His inner turmoil increases as she falls in love with one of the two illegal immigrants he and his wife are sheltering. Can Eddie accept the inevitable or will his stubborn obsession turn to tragedy? Set in the 1950s in…

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The 2nd Pakefield Acoustic Music Day is will be held on Saturday 18th April 2020, across 2 sessions in the afternoon and evening, each featuring full sets from 3 great artists with a variety of ticketing options. Headlining the evening session will be the Askew Sisters. Emily and Hazel Askew have become known as two of the foremost performers and interpreters of English folk music. Their live performances brim with the depth and connection not only of two sisters, but…

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Join the juniors of Cantors Theatre School in their musical theatre showcase. Watch as the rising stars of Cantors perform in an all singing, all dancing extravaganza!! With tributes to some of the most exciting shows in the West End, this isn’t one to miss. Please check you are booking for the right show.   Start Time : 2pm   Ticket Price : £10 / £8 (conc)  

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Join the seniors of Cantors Theatre School as they explore the latest and greatest in the world of Musical Theatre. Accompanied by guests direct from Londons West End! Grab your tickets now! Please check you are booking for the right show.   Start Time : 6.30pm   Ticket Price : £10 / £8 (conc)  

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Good Flying Weather’ By Caroline Smith and Graham King Doors to Manual Theatre Company Tom loved sausages. He stood drooling over the tantalising display in the Scunthorpe butchers. He didn’t notice his mother slip quietly away from the shop. He never saw her again. This was just one of the incredible incidents in Tom’s life brought dramatically to the stage by Doors to Manual Theatre Company in a new play, ‘Good Flying Weather’. Taken from the butchers shop by his…

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Songbird – The Music of Fleetwood Mac After two sell-out performances here, we are thrilled to welcome back this amazing tribute band again. Songbird bring all the hits of Fleetwood Mac to the stage featuring classic songs from ‘Rumours’ ‘Tango in the Night’, ‘Tusk’, and ‘Mirage’.  Songbird offer a tribute to this iconic rock band with a mix of light, sound and video projection.  This is truly an immersive show. Come and join us in paying tribute to one of…

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26 April
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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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 2019/20, 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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May 2020

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Darren Page has all the qualities to perform in his own right, a beautiful voice, with a range that will fit into any genre or song! His vocal abilities have brought a reputation that always delivers a quality to entertain. But Darren has a secret love in music and that is Roy Orbison to which Darren’s voice sits very comfortably.   Darren Page – The Voice of Roy Orbison the show will have you from the start with hit after…

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Whether you voted to leave or remain in 2016, had no opportunity to vote or were one of the large number of people who did not vote in June 2016, join Danny Dorling from the University of Oxford who takes a deeper look into why Brexit happened, through to why the Conservatives won the December 2019 General election. This thought-provoking talk will shed light on the aftermath and whether, with all things considered, contemporary Britain could become a fairer, more…

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Red Skies by Ivan Cutting Southwold Harbour 1939 – two famous author fish for hidden secrets… Red Skies looks at two of Suffolk’s most famous residents with very different links to Ipswich: George Orwell who took his name from the river, and Arthur Ransome who was resident on it, and what would have happened if they had met. The show follows the two men over the years, both are in search of answers, both political and personal – whilst the…

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Duncan and Maggie have joined together for an evening of music and comedy! There is a lot more to Duncan than his unforgettable catch phrase ‘Chase Me’. Over three decades he’s been a family cabaret act and had many TV appearances too. He was the original choice as compere on Blind date. Maggie is also a popular family entertainer appearing in many countries and singing in several languages. She has fifteen albums released in many styles.  www.duncannorvelle.co.uk       …

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9 May
£15
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Widely considered to be one of the best ever Abba Tribute Acts, they play to packed theatres and festivals throughout Europe. A stunning stage show, which combines costume changes, lighting effects and a faithful reproduction of the Abba sound.  A great evening’s entertainment is guaranteed for all age ranges. The band love audience participation, so you can sing along, clap or even get up and dance.  If however you are ‘too posh’ to join in, then no problem, just rattle…

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10 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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MURDER, MARGARET AND ME   A thrilling comedy by Philip Meeks Agatha Christie is not happy. Miss Marple is about to be brought to life by Britain’s foremost comedy actress, Margaret Rutherford. The films are destined to become the most successful franchise of 1960’s British cinema. But Christie thinks Rutherford will turn her favourite character into a laughing stock, and Margaret doesn’t want to sully her reputation with something as sordid as murder. The two women form an unlikely friendship over…

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15 May
£12
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Produced by Kick In The Head Directed by Simon Downing Kick In The Head (Old Herbaceous, Three Men in a Boat & Fagin?) are proud to present a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the loss of the great, unremittingly genteel, comedienne and monologist, Joyce Grenfell. Choice Grenfell is a wonderful tribute featuring some of the best of Joyce’s hilarious songs and monologues from Stately as a Galleon and School Nativity Play to A Terrible Worrier and First Flight. Joyce…

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16 May
£7
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Gaining success throughout Norfolk and Suffolk Gin City return to The Seagull again this year for a great evening of old and new blues and swing songs. Their highly entertaining show will have your feet tapping and your hands clapping. Songs to bring back memories and have you wanting more. The band made up of Simon Whitney (Harp/Guitar), Bob Fielder (Keys), Richard Pearce (Bass), Keith Froude (Drums and Carol Nicholls (Vocals) have a great chemistry between them and the joy…

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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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JENNY STURGEON – The Living Mountain The Living Mountain is an evocative, uplifting and compelling audio-visual performance inspired by the celebrated book of the same name, written by Aberdonian Nan Shepherd in the 1940s and still hugely relevant today. Devised and performed by musician Jenny Sturgeon, The Living Mountain considers human connections with wild places through lyrical and melodic interpretation of the novel, and interweaves song with visuals from the Cairngorm Mountains National Park; filmed by videographer Robyn Spice, rewilding…

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29 May
£10
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BUZZING   Written and performed by Debbie Bird Directed by Mark Farrelly (Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope) When did you last feel alive? Fifty, frumpy and full of inhibitions, newly divorced Julie is searching for the sex life she once had, declaring “I’m not ready to be put out to pasture yet!”. Hurling herself into the modern dating scene, Julie shares her experiences with raw humour and engaging honesty, introducing us to the range of characters who help (or hinder) her…

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Internationally touring Comic Ventriloquist Trish Dunn shares the “Voices In Her Head” which is a cast of “American Characters” AKA ventriloquial figures for a night of hilarious, unforgettable entertainment. Trish and the Characters take you on a comical journey as seen through the eyes of snarky, elderly Aunt Agnes, shallow, self absorbed cousin Precious, Agnes’s long suffering husband Cecil, and their redneck cousin, Clem. Each character has a relatable and distinct personality highlighting bizarre and hilarious events. Be prepared for…

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Following six 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 build for beachman to house and launch yawls – a precursor to lifeboats. Singing along will be encouraged…

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June 2020

13 June
£8 – £10
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The Killer Question by Dave Payne Produced by: Just Some Theatre Cast: Peter Stone, Jake Urry, Jordan Moore The Silence Of The Lambs meets Last Of The Summer Wine in dark comedy thriller The Killer Question. Former game show champion Walter Crump lives for murder (it was even his specialist subject on the nerve shredding, general knowledge quiz show The Chair). But did his obsession with death ultimately lead to his own? That’s certainly what Inspector Black believes, and now it is Crump’s…

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July 2020

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From Pearl Jam to Clapton, from The Beatles to The Crash Test Dummies, The Jamos and Sir Mathew Band play a great mix of covers and original Indie/Pop in an acoustic style. This up-coming band from Lowestoft will mesmerise and entertain in equal measure.   Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £5  

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Sam and Hannah presents this fantastic all singing, all dancing evening of your favourite rock n roll hits including ‘Pretty Woman’, ‘Rock Around The Clock’ ‘Johnny B. Goode’ and the very popular Rock n roll dancers performance of ‘Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie’ plus many many more… – featuring Sam & Hannah Street, The Lowrider City Rockers and The Rock n Roll Dancers. Start Time : 7.30pm   Ticket Price : £12 /£10 (conc) / £6 (child)  

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The Searchers and Hollies Experience – Back by Popular demand!!   The Searchers and Hollies Experience – an incredible back catalogue of over 30 hit songs in this amazing tribute show.   It’s 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…

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September 2020

17 September
£15
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JOE STILGOE at The Hotel Hatfield   Having wowed sell-out audiences at the Royal Albert Hall and Ronnie Scott’s, this highly talented singer/pianist opens LJW 2020. Many will know of Joe’s father, Richard, from his days on tv, but Joe is a star of his own – a truly great performer, not to be missed. (Sponsored by Lowestoft Distillery Company) This event takes place at The Hotel Hatfield, but tickets can be booked through our website or box office.  …

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CLAIRE MARTIN with Nigel Price There is no better UK jazz vocalist, awarded an OBE for her star quality and hosting BBC jazz programmes for many years. With a chart topping latest album, she is accompanied by ace guitarist, Nigel Price. (Sponsored by Badger Building)   Start Time : 8pm   Ticket Price : £15  

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19 September
£15
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SOME KINDA WONDER Jools Holland’s sax player, Derek Nash and legendary singer, Noel McCalla (Manfred Mann Earth Band) lead this band playing the music of Stevie Wonder. Some of the greatest songs ever written are jazzed up by these top musicians. Derek Nash saxes; Noel McCalla vocals; Neil Angilley piano; Tim Cansfield guitar; Jonathan Noyce bass; Nic France drums. (Sponsored by Taylor Properties)   Start Time : 8.30pm   Ticket Price : £15  

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19 September
Free
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DAVE INGHAM BAND Lowestoft’s very own jazz group, ever popular. Dave Ingham saxes; Stephen Mynott guitar; Vilem Haas bass; Azzy King drums.   Start Time : 5.30pm   Ticket Price : PAY WHAT YOU THINK ON THE NIGHT. PLEASE BOOK YOUR TICKET ONLINE TO ENSURE A SEAT.  

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20 September
£10
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RENATO D’AIELLO QUARTET From Italy, top sax player Renato and his fiery quartet bring an international dimension to the weekend. Regular performers at Ronnie Scott’s. (Sponsor tbc)   Start Time : 2.30pm   Ticket Price : £10  

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20 September
Free
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A screening of WHIPLASH, the highly acclaimed movie about the ordeals of a young man wanting to be a jazz drummer. Directed (2014) by Damien Chazelle (La La Land). Not for the faint hearted!   Start Time : 5pm   Ticket Price : FREE  

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RONNIE SCOTT’S ALL STARS with POLLY GIBBONS The best of British jazz musicians (the house band at the world’s most famous jazz club led by its musical director) and Suffolk’s own star vocalist. What a finale to the weekend! James Pearson piano; Sam Burgess bass; Chris Higginbottom drums; Polly Gibbons vocals. (Sponsored by Parker Developments).   Start Time : 8pm   Ticket Price : £15  

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October 2020

3 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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December 2020

7 December
Free
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Hosted By Ian Fosten Members of the Seagull Theatre Community invite you to encounter the Christmas Story through words, images and carols both old and new. Admission is free and the theatre bar will be offering seasonal refreshments.   Start Time : 7pm

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8 December @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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Quiz Night – Hosted By The Seagull Theatre Come and join us for a fun quiz here in our cosy foyer, hosted by The Seagull Theatre. Only £1 per person and teams up to 6 people allowed. Always a fun night with some great friendly competition and banter. We may even stretch to a mince pie or two.    Start Time : 7.30pm – Doors open at 7pm   Ticket Price : £1 per person, up to 6 in a…

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND John Ward Band – Songs of Lowestoft and Beyond After touring all over the UK in the last year, John brings his top notch four-piece band back to the Seagull Theatre for a special hometown concert. John is renowned for his acclaimed songs about Lowestoft and the surrounding area, which will be brought together in one performance for the first time along with songs connecting the area to the wider world, all enhanced by a backdrop of historical…

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Address:
The Seagull
19-75 Morton Road,
Pakefield,
Lowestoft,
Suffolk
NR33 0JH

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and on show nights from 6.30pm onwards
Phone: 01502 589726

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