Part live folk-gig, part folk tale, part barn-storming comedy, Eastern Angles latest Spring Tour will thrill and haunt in equal measure.
Their programme for this evening is Anglo-Czech, featuring works by Britten, Elgar, Dvorak and Neruda.
You don’t need to be a linguist or an anthropologist to come along tonight but a keen sense of humour will help.
Following last year’s popular Festival Dance we are delighted to welcome ceilidh band ‘Skylarking’. This is an evening of dance and fun for all the family and friends.
The work in eleven sections, combines plainsong trumpet melodies with cello countermelodies and classical guitar broodings. Pavane escorts the listener to a softly lit secluded space, with music to salve the mind and body.
Mark Saberton, baritone is joined by the pianist Matthew McCombie for tonight’s concert of music from opera, folk song and the musicals.
Vagaband, a Norfolk based 8-piece plays original song-based roots music, a soulful mix between Americana, blues, jazz and rock.
The choir has a wide repertoire including folk songs, Welsh hymns, spirituals, 1940s swing, and songs from musical theatre and tunes from the charts.