World Premiere: A Question Of Errol Flynn by Karen Lynne

It’s 1959 off the coast of Jamaica: ErrolFlynn is on his schooner THE ZACA and battles with his young handsome biographer, his hated mother, loving girlfriend, his demons, and addiction: so you can be sure of verbal fireworks and fencing; hilarious and dramatic – the play never lets up.

This play has adult language, themes, and scenarios. The set by Eileen Aldous and lighting by Stuart Brindle will make the show totally immersive – with a boat floating between the audiences and a surround sound environment and digital streaming created by Jack Burman and film students at University of Suffolk. 

Missing Pieces Theatre Show: Based in Ipswich – touring locally and nationally, Missing Pieces creates exciting new works in bold theatrical styles. Challenging preconceptions in an entertaining way.

Missing Pieces are running workshops for recovering addicts in tandem with the project in association with Anglia Care Trust, Lighthouse, Iceni and Turning Point sponsored by Ipswich Borough Council SEEDS FOR CHANGE. Graham Howes and Karen Lynne are veterans of the Theatre and following their successful tour of COME DANCE WITH ME are continuing their innovative approach to theatre. Biogs here: come-dance-with-me/ 

Venue: Sir John Mills Theatre Gatacre Road Ipswich IP1 2LQ

17th – 28th May 2022. Wednesday and Saturday Matinee 2:30pm Evenings 7:30pm