Live music with The Uninvited, Great Yarmouth Brass and East Norfolk Operatic Society
- Credit: The Uninvited
The Uninvited will play the last gig of a current run at Broad Farm Holiday Park in Fleggburgh on Saturday, May 5.
It is five years since the band last played at Broad Farm and they are really looking forward to it. Camping and caravanning is also available for people that wish to stay over for the night or the weekend.
The band will be on stage around 9pm.
After this gig the band will be taking a break but are delighted to announce they will be playing at the Gorleston Cliff Top Festival at the end of July.
The band plays classic and modern music, embracing rock, pop, country rock, and R&B.
The line up is Nicky Rushton on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Sue McNeil on harmony and backing vocals, John Dallimore on lead guitar and backing vocals, Alex Sharkey on bass and harmony vocals, and drummer Kevin Hunt.
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Great Yarmouth Brass will be performing a Spring Concert in aid of the Mayor, Cllr Kerry Robinson-Payne’s charities on Sunday, April 29 at 3pm, at Great Yarmouth Minster.
Tickets are £6 for adults and accompanying children, aged 16 and under, go free and are available by contacting the council’s events team on 01493 846125. They will also be available on the door.
Profits will go to Heart 2 Heart, Palliative Care East and the Cinnamon Trust.
The East Norfolk Operatic Society presents the comic opera Patience at The Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich from Wednesday, May 9-12.
Patience, by Gilbert and Sullivan, is the duo’s comic opera lampooning the Aesthetic Movement of the 1880s, with fleshly poets, lovesick maidens, an earthy milkmaid and burly dragoons galore.
With some of Sullivan’s finest music and Gilbert at his most satirical, this is a rare treat to enjoy at the Maddermarket.
Performances are at 7.30pm each evening with a matinee show on May 12 at 2.30pm.
Tickets are £14. Students seats are available for the Friday evening performance at a reduced price of £10.
The East Norfolk Operatic Society was formed in 1959 based in Wroxham.
To reserve a seat, contact the theatre box office 01603 620917 or online www.maddermarket.co.uk