Folk In A Field
1st-3rd Folk In A Field, West Acre. Music, demonstrations and attractions. Bar with real ales, ciders and wines, blacksmith, chainsaw carving, ceilidh, children’s face painting, morris dancing, pottery, Good food and much more.
Midsummer Musical Pilgrimage
2nd Midsummer Musical Pilgrimage. Join the angelic voices of Seraphim as they transport you to three magical settings on the Heritage coast for a mix of music and history. Based on mystical Leiston Abbey, the journey will encompass two other hidden gems, with three mini-concerts, coach travel, buffet lunch and refreshments provided. £62. Tel: 07763 email@example.com
2nd Gippeswyck Singers, Forever England, Salvation Army Citadel, Cobbold Road, Felixstowe IP11 7EL. Tickets £10 at the door, or by sending a cheque to: Phil Speirs, 2 Treetops, Felixstowe IP11 9ER, cheque payable to Gippeswyck Singers. Profits go to local charities: Got to Read and Home-Start, www.gippeswycksingers.co.uk
Ipswich Arts Association
3rd Ipswich Arts Association. Three classical music stages at Ipswich Music Day, Bethesda Baptist Church IP4 2BB, Christchurch Mansion IP4 2BE and St Margaret’s Church, Ipswich IP4 2BT, 1.30pm until 4.30pm. Admission free. All the venues are a few minutes’ walk from each other. www.ipswich-arts.org.uk
3rd Iceni Choir, ‘Gloria’, Salle St Peter and St Paul Church NR10 4SE, 4pm. Vivaldi, Gloria and John Rutter, Gloria. Tickets £10 from Ann Askew, 01603 868435. email: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.icenichoir.org
Norwich Music Society
4th Norwich Music Society, Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich NR2 1EW. The magical music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. An informal society for listening to mostly classical music, generally from CD recordings, £3 admission. Meets first Monday in month.
Norwich Opera Club
7th and 21st Norwich Opera Club, Assembly House, Norwich, 7pm. A friendly and sociable club for anyone who enjoys watching and listening to opera. 7th, DVD presentation – Rinaldo by Handel; 21st, DVD presentation – Romeo and Juliet by Gounod. Everyone welcome. First visit free. Contact Greta 01603 624537.
Live music with Hayley Moyses
9th Live music with Hayley Moyses, The Sackhouse, Jickling’s Yard, Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1AU, 7.30-10pm. Performing folk, blues, jazz and pop classics. £10, tel: 01485 601701, or on the door. In aid of The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, www.norfolkhospice.org.uk
Jazz and Beer Evening
9th Jazz and Beer Evening, Museum of the Broads, Stalham Staithe NR12 9DA. Bring friends, chairs and a picnic. Savoir Faire jazz Trio and Tipples Brewery beer tent and Falcon. 6.30-9.30pm. Tel: 01692 581681. www.museumofthebroads.org.uk
Felbrigg Church Flower Festival
16th-18th Felbrigg Church Flower Festival, ‘Shakespeare’s Plays’, Felbrigg Park NR11 8PR,10am-4pm daily. Songs of Praise Sunday, 17th 6.30pm. Donations for church upkeep. Enjoy Shakespeare’s works in floral displays. Tel: June Clarke 01263761483/ email@example.com
An Evening with Brahms
16th An Evening with Brahms, Wymondham Abbey, 7.30pm. Wymondham Choral Society, music by Johannes Brahms. In support of cancer charity, Big C. Tickets £12 (£5 u-16s) in advance, George Reeve Ltd, Wymondham (01953 606770) and Prelude Records, Norwich (01603 628319) or at the door.
The Phoenix Male Voice Choir Summer Concert
16th and 23rd The Phoenix Male Voice Choir Summer Concert 7.30pm, 16th (doors open 7pm) St John’s Methodist Church, George Lane, Loddon, NR14 6NB. Tickets £8 (u-16s free) from Nina Owen (01508 522992) or the Church office (01508 521179) 10am-4pm weekdays. Summer Concert, 23rd, Witard Road Baptist Church, Thorpe St Andrew NR7 9XD 7.30pm (doors open 7pm). Tickets £7.50 from Alan (01603 408393) or on the door.
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