Royal musician to bring world-class evening to north Norfolk
- Credit: Ian Burt
Renowned musician Martin Orbidans will be treating the residents of Briston to a show next month.
The organist, keyboard player, pianist and singer will visit the Copeman Centre on February 16.
Mr Orbidans was formerly a Royal Marines Bandsman, and has played piano at Buckingham Palace on several occasions,
He was also a pianist on the Royal Yacht Britanniaand has worked on ten major cruise ships with P & 0, Saga, Cunard, Crystal and Fred Olsen.
He spent five years in Egypt, playing at the British Embassy as an organist, as well as working in jazz clubs in Cairo.
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The night will also include refreshments and a raffle, as well as a stall raising funds for the Orbis Flying Hospital project.
The show starts at 7.30pm, doors open at 7pm, tickets £6 each.
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Accompanied under 16's can get in free.
To buy tickets in advance contact 01263 860844.