Bergh Apton Festival 2024

We have an exciting and varied programme for you this year. Six events starting with:-

Fine City Chorus

A concert by Fine City Chorus appearing on Saturday 27th April at 7pm

Norfolk’s premier male barbershop chorus.

Singing ‘a cappella’ in four-part close harmony, the crew perform a wide range of popular British and American music; some old; some new; some from the shows.

Their repertoire includes compositions from The Beach Boys, Neil Diamond, Queen, Adele, McFly, Billy Joel, Neil Sedaka – and they are constantly adding new songs to their musical offering, so the list goes on ………

Expect fine harmonies and a fun performance from this chorus of great voices.

Tickets are £12 and include light refreshments. They’re available from 01508 480576 OR via the Eventbrite link below:
Eventbrite booking fee applies to online bookings.

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Chanters Jigge

A concert by Chanters Jigge on Friday 31st May at 7 pm

With ‘A Pocketful of Merriments’, a new programme for 2024, Chanter’s Jigge present a feast of traditional song and dance music from around the British Isles and beyond.

Folk songs, Morris tunes, sea shanties and country dances . All played and sung on a unique array of  traditional, ancient and modern instruments and knitted together with anecdotes, and stories.

Toe-tapping, clapping along, and joining in with choruses will not be compulsory but may be hard to resist – you have been warned!

Tickets are £12 . They’re available from 01508 480576 OR via the Eventbrite link below

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More dates for your diaries; full details to follow

Saturday 29th June – a talk by Julian Barnwell about the discovery of the lost ship, the Gloucester.

Saturday 3rd August – an evening with Charlie Haylock, dialect maestro, and hightly entertaining speaker

Saturday 12th October – a concert by Stone Angel, a Norfolk-based folk-rock group

Friday 29th November – a concert by the wonderful Norwegian choir, Lardal Kantori. A very welcome return after a 6-year absence