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Deverills performing arts

– an inspiring mix of music and drama across the seasons

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After another remarkable year of great drama and music, we've got another eclectic mix in store for 2017:

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Longbridge Deverill church

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Kingston Deverill church

7.30pm                           £10

18 November

25 March

16 September

29 April

24 June

The end of A Midsummer Night’s Dream sees the four lovers all paired off nicely. One for you, one for you, one for you and one for you. Simple. Or is it?

Internationally renowned, the multi-talented a cappella quintet have been widely praised for their engaging and entertaining performances. With a repertoire ranging from retro jazz, pop and classical they are at home on the concert platform, at festivals, and in more intimate settings. Theirs is a pure, beautiful harmony.

 

'They produced an energetic and engaging performance'

The King’s Singers

 

'A stunning, beautiful sound'

BBC Radio 2

In 1987 Mark formed Fairground Attraction with Scottish singer Eddi Reader, writing most of their double platinum album The First of a Million Kisses, winning best single, Perfect, and best album at the 1989 Brit Awards. 

 

Mark and the band will play some familiar favourites as well as songs from Mark’s new album, My Unfashionable Opinion, released this year.

 

'He is definitely still here, writing and singing better than ever...'

Acoustic Magazine

Classically trained but inspired by Herbie Hancock, Jason has worked with such artists as Sting, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, Pee Wee Ellis, Joss Stone, Madeleine Peyroux and Manu Katché. One of the most inventive pianists in the UK, Jason's new solo album Held is receiving massive critical acclaim.

 

Jason will be playing tracks from Held and some of his previous work.

 

'He’s probably the most gifted and fluent pianist to have emerged in Britain since Django Bates'

Jazz FM

Kingston Deverill church

7.30pm                           £15

7.30pm                           £12

7.30pm                           £12

7.30pm                           £15

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Tom Poster is internationally recognised as a pianist of outstanding artistry, equally in demand as soloist and chamber musician across an unusually extensive repertoire.

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  • Why not book a meal before the show?

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  • Refreshments available

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  • Ample parking

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A cappella quintet

Former Fairground Attraction 

Jazz piano

Guy and Tom perform together frequently.

BSL interpreted

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Door Ajar Theatre’s entertaining actor-musician ensemble venture with  the  innocent  yet  complex

character of Thisbe into the forest where she is forced to account for her actions.

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