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Scummy Mummies at Lowestoft Marina Theatre

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Scummy Mummies is a comedy podcast hosted by Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn.

Scummy Mummies will be performing 1 event in Lowestoft on Thursday 18th May 2023 at the Marina Theatre.

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Thu May 18 2023 Lowestoft, UK UK
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Lowestoft, Marina Theatre
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Address: Lowestoft Marina Theatre, The Marina, Lowestoft, NR32 1HH
Telephone: 01502533200
Venue Capacity: 800
The Marina Theatre is a live music and performance venue based at The Marina in Lowesoft. With a capacity of 800 seats, it offers locals a scenic and historic place to watch live bands, panto, musicals, comedians, dance, orchestras, singers, opera, and everything in between. Recent names that have hit The Marina include Mumford & Sons, Michael McIntrye, Julian Lloyd Webber, Derren Brown, and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, who have been residents since '05.