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Rustie will be cooking up the panto fun here at the Marina this Christmas!

She’s known to millions for her infectious laugh and the star of this year’s big Lowestoft pantomime will certainly be cooking up some festive fun as it has been revealed that Rustie Lee is to headline our cast of Sleeping Beauty this Christmas.

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Vacancy for Full Time Catering Manager

The 800 capacity Marina Theatre in Lowestoft has been at the cultural heart of North Suffolk for over 100 years and presents a mixed programme of live events and film screenings throughout the year. Following an extensive refurbishment, a new Café, Gallery and Box Office facility was created in 2012. Future development plans include utilising available space both inside and adjacent to the venue with the intention of improving both the customer experience and increasing secondary spend revenue.

The Marina Theatre Trust – a registered charity - was set up to administer and run the Theatre in 2011 and we now have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Catering Manager to run the operation and to build on the success already achieved.

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Marina Theatre supports Alzheimer’s Research UK with screening of award-winning film Still Alice

Before the screening local fundraiser Sophie Leggett, who has a 50/50 chance of developing Alzheimer’s in her 40s, will give a short talk about her personal experience.

Screenings of the blockbuster film Still Alice will take place at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft on Thursday 23 and Friday 24 April to boost funds for Alzheimer’s Research UK. Still Alice tells the story of Dr Alice Howland, a 50-year-old academic who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s. Ahead of the 7.30pm performance on Friday 24 April, Alzheimer’s Research UK fundraiser Sophie Leggett, 38, from Lowestoft, will speak about how familial early-onset Alzheimer’s disease has affected her family. Following the screening, Sophie will lead a collection for the UK’s leading dementia research charity.

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