As spring approaches, the team behind First Light Festival are hosting an array of events at East
Point Pavilion
ranging from live music and comedy to the popular monthly makers’ markets.

Overlooking Lowestoft’s stunning South Beach, East Point Pavilion is fast becoming a hotspot
for music, comedy and cabaret style theatre.

Next week they welcome the star of BBC1’s ‘All Together Now’, Paulus The Cabaret Geek, alongside Michael Roulston (Fascinating Aïda) on piano, performing ‘Looking For Me Friend: The Music of Victoria Wood.

The show has spread nostalgia and laughter throughout the UK with the seal of approval from Victoria’s very own school chums and colleagues, Paulus is now bringing this sublime tribute to Victoria Wood to
Britain’s most easterly town. It will be an evening of pure joy filled with Victoria Wood’s bestloved songs, including the iconic ‘Ballad of Barry & Freda’ (Let’s Do It) and the classic ‘It Would
Never Have Worked’.

So, bring your Woman’s Weekly, your hostess trolley, zip up your cocktail slacks and get booking.

  • “Vic would have loved this!“ Sue Devaney, dinnerladies
  • “Absolutely splendid!” Zeb Soanes, Classic FM
  • “Delivered with relish and a wicked glint” The Scotsman
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