Concert for Upottery Pre-school

18:30 06 February 2013

Archant

Upottery Pre-school will be holding a concert in the Justice Rooms, Upottery.

The concert is a mixture of classical, romantic, musicals and popular music performed by local musicians Paul Roberts (violinist) and Tia Roberts (flautist) with special guest Andy Sturmey who is currently performing in West End musicals!

The event is set to take place on Friday, March 8, starting at 7.30pm (doors open 7pm).

Tickets are priced at £10 each and all proceeds will be going to the pre-school. For more information and to purchase tickets please contact Tia on 01404 861874.

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