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Salvation Army brass band to perform at North Walsham theatre

PUBLISHED: 13:31 27 September 2018 | UPDATED: 13:48 27 September 2018

A well-known charity band will be bringing the sound of brass to a north Norfolk town this autumn. Photo: John Parfitt

A well-known charity band will be bringing the sound of brass to a north Norfolk town this autumn. Photo: John Parfitt

John Parfitt Photography

A well-known charity band will be bringing the sound of brass to a north Norfolk town this autumn.

The Salvation Army’s Norfolk Fellowship Brass will perform at North Walsham’s Atrium Theatre in November.

The concert, at the Spenser Avenue venue, will be held on Saturday, November 3 at 7pm, and feature a wide variety of musical styles and soloists.

Led by conductor David Woodrow, the band consists of musicians from all across Norfolk with links to the Salvation Army.

Major Richard Durrant, of the North Walsham Corps, said: “We look forward to a great evening of music-making, all for a good cause.”

Proceeds from the concert will support the charity’s Big Collection campaign, which helps its social service with its work supporting the homeless across the UK.

Tickets are available from the Salvation Army charity shop, on Church Street in North Walsham.

They are priced at £4 in advance and £5 on the door.


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