Classical music trio comes to Bungay
THE Azure Classical Trio brings quality music to the Fisher Theatre at Bungay this evening.The group consists of flute, oboe and piano, and the musicians have experience in performing at high profile venues, including the Purcell Room, Fairfield Hall, Tate Britain art gallery and the Guildhall in the City of London.
THE Azure Classical Trio brings quality music to the Fisher Theatre at Bungay this evening.
The group consists of flute, oboe and piano, and the musicians have experience in performing at high profile venues, including the Purcell Room, Fairfield Hall, Tate Britain art gallery and the Guildhall in the City of London.
All three are former students at the Trinity College of Music and are pursuing careers as solo, chamber and orchestral musicians. Their programme will include work by Telemann, Mozart and Faure. Tickets are �9 (�8 concessions).
Tomorrow SM Productions present Alan Ayckbourn's comedy, Confusions, at 7.30pm. It is one of his most popular plays, with his wonderfully British humour, and includes five short interlinked plays on the recurring theme of confusion. Tickets are �8 (�7 concessions).
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On Wednesday the Nathan Carter Band makes a return visit to the Fisher, where it last wowed audiences in October. Tickets are �12.50.
And next Friday Steve Ace brings his all new show, Fake - Medium to the Stars, to Bungay. You are invited to join Madame Ceasefire and her loyal valet, Piles the Butler, in a journey into the unknown which combines mediumship and mind magic with comedy and heart-stopping thrills. It is at 7.30pm and tickets are �8.
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The Thursday film next week at 7.30pm is 500 Days of Summer (12), starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zoey Feschanel.
The spring programme for the Fisher Theatre is now available at the theatre and various other outlets in the area.
Tickets for all events at the Fisher are available through the box office on 01986 897130 or via the website: www.fishertheatre.org.