Mu­si­cal re­vival in aid of hospice

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Sounds Good -

FOR more than 20 years, the first Satur­day in March has seen a re­vival of Gil­bert and Sul­li­van in Folke­stone. The town’s United Re­formed Church has hosted the con­certs for years, rais­ing money for Demelza House. This year’s per­for­mance will be of The Yeomen of the Guard, on March 7, start­ing at 7.30pm and fea­tur­ing 80 lo­cal singers. The per­for­mance will be con­ducted by Michael Foad, and ac­com­pa­nied by John Hurd and Tim Par­sons on two pi­anos. Tick­ets cost £5 (chil­dren £1) at the door and do­na­tions will be made to the Demelza House Chil­dren’s Hospice, and Jessie’s Fund which pro­motes Mu­sic Ther­apy in Chil­dren’s Hos­pices.

Ricky Fon­tayne

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