Musical comedy at Diss Auction Rooms
The Diss Auction Rooms is set to feature an unusual lot next week when it plays host to a performance of comedy musical act Pluck.The stringed trio are set to play at TW Gaze's Auction Rooms on Wednesday for the finale of South Norfolk Council's Festival of the Arts.
The Diss Auction Rooms is set to feature an unusual lot next week when it plays host to a performance of comedy musical act Pluck.
The stringed trio are set to play at TW Gaze's Auction Rooms on Wednesday for the finale of South Norfolk Council's Festival of the Arts.
The threesome will be performing 'Musical Arson' with a unique brand of comedy and music from Bach to the Beatles.
There will also be the chance of a behind-the-scenes tour of the auction rooms where guests will get a sneak preview of a special film and pop memorabilia auction taking place on September 26.
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Martin Wilby, deputy leader of South Norfolk Council, said: 'Pluck is the perfect way to end our festival as it will really send us out on a high note. It's ideal for families and the auction rooms provide the perfect setting.'
'The festival has been an unprecedented success, with many events selling out. It's been absolutely fantastic to see so many families coming together, really enjoying themselves and experiencing new things.'
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Tickets for Pluck cost �9 and �7 for concessions. Doors open at 7pm. Call 01603 630000 or visit www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/festival.