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Thursday, July 31, 2014
Country and western, big band and jazz classics will be performed for a popular long-running village music festival this summer.
The Mundesley Festival, which is in its 31st year, will be taking place between Monday August 4 and Friday August 8.
All the performances will happen inside the Coronation Hall, next to the parish church on Cromer Road, at 7.45pm and tickets are currently on sale.
Proceeds from the festival will go towards Guide Dogs for the Blind charity.
This year will kick off with the Jonathan Wyatt Big Band, which will be supported by Lyndsey Ball and Cromer Pier favourite Olly Day. Tickets for the opening night cost £13.
The Tuesday night will showcase Roger Dean, from Heacham, who will put on the Johnny Cash Story with the Lazy Boys. Tickets cost £12.50.
Tony Jacobs and the Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra will be on the stage on Wednesday. Tickets cost £14.
The Dreamers, featuring original members Alan Mosca and Bryan Bing, will perform their 1950s and 1960s pop hits on Thursday. Tickets cost £12.
Mundesley Festival closing night will be an evening of comedy and songs with crooner Dale Bullimore. Tickets cost £10.
Doors open at 7.15pm each night and tickets should be bought in advance.
To book call 01263 721189 or buy tickets from the box office on the village shoppers’ car park in Mundesley. Alternatively tickets are sold at the Showcase Gallery on North Walsham Market Place.