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BILLY Ocean, The Witches of Eastwick, Jason Donovan, Aladdin - these are just some of the shows expected at Ipswich's Regent this Autumn.Today, as theatre manager Hazel Clover officially launched the autumn line up, she said expected a number of sell out shows.
BILLY Ocean, The Witches of Eastwick, Jason Donovan, Aladdin - these are just some of the shows expected at Ipswich's Regent this Autumn.
Today, as theatre manager Hazel Clover officially launched the autumn line up, she said expected a number of sell out shows.
Miss Clover added: “This year's autumn programme is a varied selection of comedy, musicals, children's shows as well as the one night music acts that people love to come and see.
“I am delighted to announce this year's programme to the town. We hope we have something for everyone.”
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Status Quo, who are appearing on October 23 and 24, Jools Holland on October 26 and Will Young on December 3 are expected to be among the sell out performances.
Miss Clover added: “I am particularly excited about The Witches of Eastwick with Marti Pellow. This is a very technically demanding show and we are delighted to be able to present it here at the Regent.”
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Miss Clover said a performance by rhythm and blues singer Billy Ocean is also a major coup for the venue.
She added: “I am also looking forward to welcoming back the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on October 18. Theirs is a big show with a big noise and they are performing one of the biggest classical pieces the 1812 overture.
“It's famous for its cannon and we will be having mortar affects and pyrotechnics, it should be a great night.”
Other highlights include the opera Carmen on October 6, the musical Footloose on September 15 to 20 and the children's show Barney Live! Let's go Tour on October 25.
For more information call the box office on 01473 433100.
What are you looking forward to this autumn at the Regent Theatre? Write to Your Letters, Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, IP4 1AN or send an e-mail to email@example.com