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Theatre

Are You Going to the Marine? – Online screening

Wednesday 3 June 2020

Join us as for an online screening of this special community play performed last year, written by Andrew Rattenbury. Many local societies participated - Lyme School of Ballet Lyme Regis Panto Society, The Marine Players, B Sharp, Lyme Regis Musical Theatre and Saxminster.

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Starts 7:00 P.M.

Free entry - no tickets

Join us as for an online screening of this special community play performed last year, written by Andrew Rattenbury. Many local societies participated - Lyme School of Ballet Lyme Regis Panto Society, The Marine Players, B Sharp, Lyme Regis Musical Theatre and Saxminster.

On YouTube we’re screening the community play that looked back at our rich history as seen through the eyes of six young lovers, performed on the Marine’s anniversary year.

Click on the link here on 3 June at 7 P.M. to watch.

After that it will be available for one week online, but we think it would be better if we all watch at the same time!

We celebrated the life of our little theatre by the sea, charting the vibrant history of the venue and of Lyme Regis itself! With 100 local cast and crew is was a fun-filled cavalcade of music, dance, laughter and tears. There was something for everyone.

The screening is free, but please donate an amount that you think is appropriate to our reopening fund here

ANDREW RATTENBURY

Born in Lyme, Andrew Rattenbury is the acclaimed screenwriter and former head boy of Woodroffe School!

Andy trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and has worked extensively in theatre, television and film throughout the country, including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, the Bristol Old Vic, Harrogate, Chester, York, Liverpool, Manchester, Worcester, has toured Sweden, Turkey and the USA and also appeared in the West End and at the National Theatre.

He has a long list of successes to his credit, having written for programmes such as Eastenders, Monarch of the Glen, Doc Martin, Peak Practice, Holby City, Teachers and Casualty and having his own ITV series The Golden Hour.