The Suffolk Coast has an enviable reputation for hosting great arts and culture events.
And if a night at the theatre is right up your street, there’s bound to be something you’ll love to see happening this autumn...
has three active and very different theatres – all putting on a wide variety of shows, concerts and plays. The Marina Theatre
, in the heart of Lowestoft
, welcomes West End touring shows, tribute bands, comedians and the world renowned Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Just round the corner from the Marina Theatre is The Players Theatre
. Run by award-winning amateur theatre group, The Lowestoft Players
, this intimate venue hosts regular musicals, a Christmas Spectacular and a variety of concerts. Right now you can see Spamalot
– the Monty Python musical that is lovingly ripped off from their film ‘Monty Python and The Holy Grail”.
The third theatre in Lowestoft is The Seagull, which plays host to a regular stream of local talent, regional and national touring theatre companies. It is also the home to many resident companies including their own touring theatre company - The Seagull Rep.
Forthcoming productions at The Seagull include Some Enchanted Evening – a musical revue, Tina’s Proverbial Cabaret Show and A Night at the Musicals with The Tigerlilys.
, the Fisher Theatre
presents a packed programme that includes Music Showcase, ShowTime Nights and The Runaways. And there’s also a regular cinema offering many of the latest popular films.
Heading south to Halesworth
and The Cut Arts Centre
. This 220-seat venue presents live shows and cinema throughout the year. Coming to The Cut soon is the UNICEF Concert, Cut-Loose Poets, Kingfisher Sinfonietta and Cymbeline.
at Snape Maltings and Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh
, sees local talent mix with international stars to bring you an eclectic mix of music including a Public Masterclass with the Bartok String Quartets, The Trianon Choir & Symphony Orchestra, Verdi Workshop and Shakespeare into Song.
From Friday 22nd - Sunday 24th October, Britten Weekend
features a variety of dance performances celebrating the music of The Suffolk Coast's most famous composer.
For over a hundred years the Spa Pavilion has presented a variety of shows. Situated right on the sea front, it continues to be popular with locals and holidaymakers alike. Coming soon – The Simon & Garfunkel Story, Talents of Britain, Fame, Ultimate Bowie and Marty McDonald’s Toy Machine.
Theatre on The Suffolk Coast is alive and kicking! There is so much to choose from – whatever your taste. Get your tickets booked and have a great night out at the theatre!