Moral message at Gorleston Pavilion with Parablenalia

PUBLISHED: 10:05 18 March 2011

Parablenalia at Gorleston Pavilion

Parablenalia at Gorleston Pavilion


BILLED as “a stunning and unmissable new musical” Parablenalia continues at Gorleston Pavilion tonight and tomorrow. Using parables to drive home the moral message that we can all make a difference the biblical stories have been updated and new parables have been written.

The stage is set with a choir of 30 people dressed in black and red, and the proceedings run smoothly carefully orchestrated by the ring master, Keith Hawkins. Music has been written by Carol Clayton and the drama by Rachel Clarke, with strong messages and memorable tunes. The dancers from the NabJab school of ballet, under the instruction of Jennifer Dunnell, interpret the music.

The show has been produced by Clare Winter who aims to provide family entertainment, fill the Gorleston Pavillion theatre and raise money for two charities, WaterAid and East Coast Hospice.

Tickets are still available £6 adults, £5 concessions for the 7.30pm show.

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