Monday 26th July – Saturday 4th September 2021
Southwold Arts Centre
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Monday 26th July – Saturday 7th August
Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick
By Terry Johnson
Directed by Sarah Redmond
The first performance of this hit comedy was at the National Theatre in 1998 and it went on to win the Olivier comedy award 1999.
The filming of the Carry On series was a less than glamorous affair, characterised by leaking caravans, inadequate pay-cheques and argumentative co-stars.
Sunday 1st August
Music from Perhaps Contraption
Perhaps Contraption is a multi-award winning, progressive brass band from London.
Part choir, part chamber orchestra, part avant rock troupe, they create a truly unique musical experience; melding elements of jazz, punk, art pop and post-minimalism.
Tuesday 3rd – Saturday 7th August
Monkey Business Circus
It is a crime caper where arch villain ‘The Joker’ has committed the heinous crime of spreading bad jokes throughout Southwold. In a fight to bring him to justice, various superheroes are called in to save the day, demonstrating their superhuman powers with their circus skills.
Tuesday 3rd August
Robert Powell in his one-man-show celebrating the genius of Jane Austen
Tuesday 3rd August, 8pm | £18
Sunday 8th/Sunday 22nd August
Film screening: All 4 One
Film screening of 2020 Theatre on the “virtual” Coast show All 4 One by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie.
What happens when Grandma summons the family for a crisis meeting? When the children include the heir to the throne, Dukes, Duchesses, princes and princesses, the stakes could not be higher!
Sunday 8th August at 5pm | £10
Sunday 22nd August at 8pm | £10
Sunday 8th/Sunday 22nd August
Film screening: Attagirls!
Film screening of 2020 Theatre on the “virtual” Coast show Attagirls! by Stewart Ross
Three young women from very different backgrounds choose to help the RAF in World War Two. Joining the ATA squadron, they ferry every imaginable aircraft around the country. But the risks and tragedies of flying are only half the story, as they battle for recognition on the ground.
Sunday 8th August at 8pm | £10
Sunday 22nd August at 5pm | £10
Wednesday 11th – Saturday 21st August
Hello Norma Jeane
By Dylan Costello
Starring our Theatre on the Coast patron
Vicki Michelle (‘Allo, ‘Allo)
First seen at the King’s Head Theatre 2014.
Spring 2003, a new war is coming and Essex grandmother Lynnie has escaped from her nursing home to fly 8000 miles across the Atlantic to Hollywood.
There, she holes up in a rundown motel, awaiting the right moment to reveal to the world her deepest secret – that she is Marilyn Monroe, alive and well after faking her death over forty years before.
When grandson Joe turns up to take her home, he finds himself questioning reality. Is Lynnie really Marilyn? Or just an old lady who wanted to avoid ending her days in a nursing home?
As time starts running out, Joe’s search for the truth tests his self-worth – and his love for his Grandma – to the limit in this funny drama that is full of surprises.
“Hilarious…an excellent night of theatre”
★ ★ ★ ★ The Reviews Hub
15th, 22nd, 29th August
Southwold and Reydon
Get involved! Come and work alongside our team of professional performers, musicians and dancers to become a part of a new adaptation of the classic tale of piracy, treachery and treasure.
Wednesday 25th August – Saturday 4th September
A musical revue with the songs and words of Tom Lehrer
A show for our times, if ever there was one.
Celebrating the genius of Tom Lehrer; four actors, a piano and a healthy dose of attitude!
‘We will all go together when we go’, ‘The masochism Tango’ and many, many more.
Originally created by Cameron Mackintosh from the songs of the Harvard maths professor and darkly satirical comedy star Tom Lehrer, the show has been seen in the West End and on Broadway.
This revival was a touring success for mtp in 2012.
Theatre on the Coast Patron
The patron of Theatre on the Coast is Vicki Michelle MBE, best known for her roles in ‘Allo, ‘Allo and Emmerdale.