Jonathan Veira brings Freedom Songs to Cromer Church
Renowned bass-baritone and entertainer Jonathan Veira will bring his Prison Fellowship Songs of Freedom tour to Cromer parish church next month, and tickets are now available.
Jonathan is widely regarded as a top-quality musician, comedian and communicator and promises to bring an unforgettable evening of music and laughter in support of the Prison Fellowship England and Wales.
"His music ranges from opera to pop and from jazz to country and western. He uses his voice and skills as a musician on piano and guitar together with his talents as a comedian and brilliant communicator,” said Paul Rosier from Cromer Church. “Audiences of all ages across the whole of the UK and beyond have been given a night to remember, where the by-word is “laughter” and people leave feeling uplifted and often moved in a way they weren’t expecting”
Peter Holloway the CEO of Prison Fellowship will be there together with other members of PF staff to explain about the organisation’s work in prisons with families and prisoners being released. Peter says, “Jonathan is possibly the most talented singer-entertainer I have had the pleasure to meet.”
Comments from those who have been to a previous concert include:
"Wish I had known he was this amazing - I would have invited all my friends and family."
".....the best night’s entertainment I have had in years! I don’t know when I have laughed so much."
"We all loved it, me, my kids and my parents."
"I have never heard of him before- no idea he was this good."
Follow the link to www.jonathanveira.com to find out more about Jonathan and what he does.
The concert is at 7.30pm on Saturday November 24, at St Peter and St Paul's Church, 65 Church Street, Cromer, NR27 9AE. Doors will open at 7pm.
Nearest parking is at Meadow Car Park in Meadow Road, NR27 9DT, behind the Tourist Information Centre, free after 6pm.
Tickets are £10 per head.
Please book in advance here.
Or contact Janet Rosier, 01263 515039 or 07580599871,
or e-mail email@example.com
Find out more at www.prisonfellowship.org.uk
The photo at the top is courtesy of http://www.jonathanveira.com
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