Singer Johnathan Veira returns to Norfolk with reinvented hymns
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Singer and entertainer Johnathan Veira is returning to Norfolk to perform in Gorleston.
Fresh from his performance at Cromer Parish Church he will perform a one man show called the Hymms Project at St Andrew's Church.
The show, which is a combination of humour, stories and entertainment, will be his fourth time in the town.
Mr Veira said: 'I am looking forward to a return visit to Gorleston and sharing my sense of humour, love of hymns and encouraging the audience to join in.
'We have had a fantastic time teaching them to people, it is just great to hear people sing.'
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Mr Veira's voice covers different styles of music, including opera, which brought him to the Norwich Theatre Royal with the Glyndebourne company.
But over the years he has developed a number of one man shows, most recently focusing on hymns.
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He added: 'These are glorious, singable and memorable new tunes for some wonderful old hymns – breathing new life into the stunning words.'