Friday, 7 October 2011

Music for your ears

Another concert is coming along in aid of Old Buckenham Village Hall’s lighting improvements.
The Village Hall Committee and Old Buckenham Players present:

A celebration of his music and his life with
music performed by Annette Jude and Suzie Turner
and commentary presented by John and June Garratt.

In a life-time that spanned little more than a half century, Ivor Novello’s talent lit up every career he touched. He started as a composer of songs, became a Hollywood film star, then a stage actor, later a playwright and finally a creator of spectacular musical plays. He was the matinee idol of his day, once described as the handsomest man in England. Underlying the good looks was his personal charm that won him the admiration of his friends and colleagues and the adoration of his audiences. The evening’s programme hopes to capture the charm of Ivor Novello in both words and song.
So make sure you come along to the Old Buckenham Village Hall on Saturday 19 November ready for the start at 7.30 pm.
Tickets £7 each (to include coffee/tea and cakes) from Old Buckenham Stores or by phoning 01603 810373.

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