Garboldisham Hall again plays host to live theatre. Wednesday the 30th March see's the Eastern Angles production of Up O'The Sea a play by Andrew Holland
In a small town on Suffolk’s eroding coastline, life goes on pretty much as usual until Carrie arrives investigating a 30-year-old lifeboat tragedy. As lost lives and loves are dredged to the surface the past gradually becomes clearer and locals learn to face up to the future…
Suffolk-based playwright Andrew Holland was introduced to Eastern Angles through the National Theatre Studio. He has written plays for radio and stage. .
Up out o’ the Sea will be directed by Eastern Angles founder Ivan Cutting whose most recent directing credits include the stunning site-specific production Bentwater Roads and last year’s best-selling Christmas show Mansfield Park & Ride.
Show times: Monday 30 March 2011 at 7.30pm
Tickets: All seats £7.50
Student & Children tickets: £5.00
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Sunday, 30 January 2011
Wednesday, 12 January 2011
Well what a pleasant surprise!
Melanie Parr Hosted a One Woman Show at Garboldisham Village Hall on 27th November. A really entertaining evening beautifully aimed at the ‘Musicals’ audience full of songs, anecdotes and memories of 60’s and 70’s London’s West End theatre and some of its lovable characters.
The audience of over 100 people were held spell bound by Melanie relating her experiences in first getting and then growing into the part of Gretel in Rogers & Hammerstein’s production of The Sound of Music.
“Characters were really brought alive by the use of original costumes and life like images” commented one audience member during the break, “Well worth the money” commented another “ It was just like inviting Melanie into our sitting Room for a chat”
The Management Committee have expressed an interest in having Melanie return to enthral us with more tales of the theatre.