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Cast revisists swinging sixties

PUBLISHED: 09:48 20 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:39 03 July 2010

IT IS the swinging sixties revisited with mini-skirts, mods, rockers, green parkers, black leather jackets, flower power, Beatle haircuts and pirate radio stations.

IT IS the swinging sixties revisited with mini-skirts, mods, rockers, green parkers, black leather jackets, flower power, Beatle haircuts and pirate radio stations.

Stage Door Youth Theatre will be performing the 1960s hit cult show A Slice of Saturday Night at the Pavilion Theatre, Gorleston on March 27 and 28.

Director Sheila Pascall said: “The production, written by the Heather Brothers and produced in association with Samuel French Ltd. is a musical pastiche that takes you spinning back to the swinging sixties to celebrate the eternal embarrassment of being a teenager when hems were high and fringes low. Saturday night always meant the Club a Go-Go.”

Special guests include The Lazy Poker Blues Band and Chris Darnell playing a nightclub owner Eric “Rubber Legs” De Vene, who, according to Ms Pascall, would appear to be stuck in the rock'n'roll era of the 1950s.

For more information about Stage Door Youth Theatre, phone Sheila Pascall on 01493 441232 or to book tickets for the show call the Box Office on 01493 662832.

There are special rates for students with ID cards.

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