Piano recital to help church funds

IT is now easier to donate funds to the St Nicholas Church Preservation Trust in Great Yarmouth. Donors can now contribute via the Bmycharity online secure payment service by clicking on to www.

IT is now easier to donate funds to the St Nicholas Church Preservation Trust in Great Yarmouth.

Donors can now contribute via the Bmycharity online secure payment service by clicking on to www.sncpt.co.uk/donation.htm

As part of the ongoing projects to get funds for the ongoing urgent repairs and restoration of the historic organ in the church, internationally renowned pianist Rupert Egerton-Smith will be giving a piano recital tonight, Friday, at the Church. Tickets available on the door at �12 each.

The performance is being sponsored by Potters Leisure Resort and the performance platform is provided in conjunction with Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach and Great Yarmouth Upholstery. It starts at 7.30pm

Classical quartet Baroque the House perform a series of three concerts next week.

Featuring four of Europe's leading specialist in historical performance, concerts take place at the Seagull Theatre, Pakefield Monday, St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft Tuesday and Bungay's Fisher Theatre, Wednesday.

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The performances, starting 7.30pm, include works by Vivaldi, Handell, Purcell and Biber.

Tickets �8, �5 concessions, are available on the night and 50pc of the proceeds from the concert in St Margaret's will be donated to the James Paget University Hospital Palliative Care Appeal.

Great Yarmouth Brass Band will be playing at the East Norfolk Methodist Circuit Songs of Praise at Christchurch in the town on Sunday, August 23, from 6.30pm.