A trio of gifted musicians will be providing a humorous look at the British class system when they entertain at Hockwold Village Hall.
The company, Something Happened, was formed in 2008 by Terence Blacker and Derek Hewitson, with Tracey Baldwinjoining in 2013.
The act, which is supported by the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East, will take the audience on a guided tour both upstairs and down, with songs ranging from music hall to folk and pop.
They will also be performing classic pieces by Noel Coward, Bessie Smith, Jake Thackray, Marilyn Monroe, Ray Davies and Victoria Wood.
A Touch of Class reflects on the very British way of how the nation loves to look up – or down – at each other in this amusing and enlightening stroll through a century of songs about high society and low life, of money makers, gold diggers and penny pinchers in a mix of musical musings. It takes place at 7.30pm on Saturday, February 7, and tickets are £7.
It has been organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Norfolk County Council and West Norfolk Borough Council.
For further information on this and other Creative Arts East events please go to: http://www.creativeartseast.co.uk/live/whatson.asp or contact Karen Kidman on 01953 713390 or firstname.lastname@example.org