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Plenty to enjoy at Bungay’s Fisher Theatre

PUBLISHED: 12:17 11 March 2011

THERE is plenty of variety at the Fisher Theatre Bungay in the coming week – from adult comedy to classical music.

Pianist Nathan Williamson, right, will be giving the latest in the series of lunch-time concerts on Wednesday, at 1.15pm. The BBC Young Musician of the Year finalist in 1998 has established a reputation as one of the UK’s most versatile young composers and pianists.

He will present a recital of works of some of the great composers, including Mozart’s playful variation on Ah, Je Vous Dirai-Je Maman, Bach Fantasias, Schubert Impromptus and Brahms’ Rhapsodies. Tickets are £6.

Wednesday evening sees Nathan Carter in concert. He is the brightest young singing star to come out of Ireland for many years, and has just released his new single, Face on the Cutting Room Floor, which follows his recent Games People Play, which received huge airplay on radio throughout the UK and Ireland. The concert is at 7.30pm and tickets are £13.50.

Next Thursday is St Patrick’s Day, so the Irish theme continues with The Onion Band, back by popular demand to help celebrate the day with all the Irish classics in a unique style. It promises to be a great night of entertainment, starting at 8pm with tickets £8, including Irish stew.

Tonight and tomorrow evening’s Upshoot presents Ben Elton’s adult comedy Popcorn at the Fisher, at 7.30pm, see below. Tickets are £8 (£6 concessions).

Tickets for all events at the Fisher are available through the box office on 01986 897130, or via the website: www.fishertheatre.org


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