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David Walliam's Gangsta Granny

The world premiere of David Walliams’ GANGSTA GRANNY is coming to the stage in a national tour starting this winter and theatre goers in Lowestoft will have one of the first opportunities to see the show at the town’s Marina Theatre ahead of a run in London’s West End.

Staged by the Birmingham Stage Company, the acclaimed producers of HORRIBLE HISTORIES, Gangsta Granny will run at the Marina from 2-5 December before heading to Birmingham and then into London.

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Russell Watson to perform at Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre this Autumn

“He sings like Pavarotti, and entertains the audience like Sinatra” – NY Times

 One of the World’s most prominent Tenors, Russell Watson is set to perform at the Marina Theatre later this year and tickets go on public sale this Monday.

The UK’s best-selling classical artist ever will bring his intimate Up Close and Personal tour to Lowestoft on November 20.

Award winning Russell has sold in excess of seven million albums. To date there have been nine studio albums, each one winning more critical acclaim than its predecessor. His first offering ‘The Voice’, held simultaneous number 1 slots in the US and the UK, a World first. It then spent a record breaking 52 weeks at number 1 in the UK!

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Civic recognition for Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO), which has been Resident Orchestra at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft for the past ten years, is to be officially recognised for their association with the town next month with a special civic award presentation.

The Lowestoft Charter Trustees have announced that Mayor of Lowestoft, Cllr Stephen Ardley accompanied by Deputy Mayor, Cllr Malcolm Cherry will present the Orchestra with the town Coat Of Arms in recognition of their decade of association with Lowestoft and ongoing commitment to providing music of the highest calibre, at the Orchestra’s 2015 season Opening Gala Concert on April 17.

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