Soprano, comic and three bands at Cromer Pier Pavilion Theatre charity night
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A musical and comedy charity show on Cromer Pier on Friday evening, September 30, will raise money for two local causes.
The event's stars include classical soprano Hayley Moss, whose voice caused a sensation when she began busking in Norwich.
She went on to perform in front of thousands before two Norwich City FC home games and has since appeared twice on the London Palladium Shown.
Joining Ms Moss will be north Norfolk-based comedian Pat Nearney, and three live bands - Hollowlands, whose repertoire includes American Gothic, folk, Irish, blues and rock 'n' roll; north Norfolk-based Cutting the Mustard who perform contemporary and classic covers; and Irish folk band Tap the Barrel.
Poet, writer and after-dinner speaker Graham Jones will compere the event. He has raised thousands of pounds for good causes with similar shows.
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Proceeds this year will be shared between The Benjamin Foundation, which helps people in Norfolk and Suffolk with many of life's challenges, and Break, which supports young people and their families across East Anglia.
Tickets cost £12, children under 16, £10. The show starts at 8pm.
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