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Edmund Octet to sing for charity at its annual Cabaret Night in Bury St Edmunds

PUBLISHED: 07:57 27 June 2018 | UPDATED: 07:57 27 June 2018

The Edmund Octet who will be performing at the Uniterian Meeting House, next month. Picture: JILL GARSIDE

The Edmund Octet who will be performing at the Uniterian Meeting House, next month. Picture: JILL GARSIDE


The Edmund Octet is presenting its annual charity Cabaret Night, on Friday, July 13, at 7.30pm, at the Unitarian Meeting House, in Bury St Edmunds.

Also performing are Classic Femme, a ladies’ close harmony quartet, and local singer, Sara Jackson.

The charity this year will be Prostate Cancer Services via the My WiSH charity.

In previous years money has been raised for the Women’s Refuge, Newstalk, Motor Neurone Disease, St Nicholas Hospice and GSD, a charity providing research into liver disease.

The music at the event will include Bohemian Rhapsody, Georgy Girl and My Way.

Tickets, including a finger buffet, are £10 and are available from Balaams Music shop or on 01284 719236.

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