Tickets launched for King's Lynn production
The King's Lynn Players spent the day on location to officially launch ticket sales for their latest production, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard The Musical, being staged from May 18 to 21 at the Guildhall of St George, Lynn
In search of a sweeping staircase, befitting Hollywood Movie Star Norma Desmond one of the central characters in the show, cast members headed to Grade II Listed Lath Mansions on Nelson Street in Lynn where they recreated Sunset Boulevard, the home of the faded silent movie star.
Publicity officer Tom Clarke, who also plays Joe Gillis in the show, said: "It’s always great fun to get some of the cast together to take costumed photos for a show, it helps kick start proceedings and allows for a few laughs along the way too."
King’s Lynn Players director Sharon Fox said: "Sunset Boulevard has a majestic score by Andrew Lloyd Webber and we needed a fitting location for the photoshoot.
"We are so excited to officially launch the ticket sales for this wonderful show."
Both Haunting and desperately sad, Sunset Boulevard revolves around the former star of the silent screen era, Norma Desmond.
Ageing and largely forgotten, she lives in her dilapidated Hollywood mansion with her butler and chauffeur Max. Lost in her memories, she is stirred into action when struggling screenwriter Joe Gillis suddenly enters her home and her life.
Featuring showstoppers such as With One Look, The Perfect Year and the title track Sunset Boulevard this is one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s best scores and is a first for West Norfolk.
Tickets are available now from the Alive Leisure Corn Exchange Box Office on 01553 764864 or visit the website