That’ll Be The Day comes to Lowestoft’s Marina Theatre

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The rock 'n' roll variety show That'll Be The Day returns to the Marina Theatre on Sunday night from 7.30pm.

Just a few seats remain available for the production which features hits from the 1950s, 60s and 70s from bands and performers such as Queen and Bonnie Tyler.

The show also features comedy routines.

Now in its 27th year of touring, it is the longest running one-night touring show in the United Kingdom.

During its initial years, That'll Be The Day was a seasonal production performed during the holiday summer months soon becoming a weekly attraction in resorts.


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Gradually additional dates were added before a Christmas edition was performed in 1989.

Its popularity is such that it is now continually on tour, with more than 210 shows each year throughout the United Kingdom and in Europe, including in Denmark and Germany.

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That'll Be The Day continues to be written and produced by one of its main stars, Trevor Payne.

Today and tomorrow night sees The Lowestoft Players performing the musical Oliver!, which is based on the classic Charles Dickens novel.

It is the third time the Lowestoft Players have performed Oliver! and their latest production features nearly 50 local performers, including 20 children.

Tom Scoggins and Thomas Major play Oliver, the role of the pickpocket leader Fagin is played by John Marjoram, with Stephen Clark playing the evil Bill Sykes.

Oliver! is being performed at 7.30pm tonight and at 2.30pm and 7.30pm tomorrow.

For more information on the shows or to book seats, call the Marina's box office on 01502 533200.

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