|Title:||Classics and Cream Teas with guest compere Judy Parfitt (from BBC's "Call the Midwife")|
|Performed by:||Sussex Wind Quintet|
|Promoted by:||Boundstone Performing Arts|
|Time:||Sunday, 6 March 2016, at 3:00pm|
|Place:||Coombes Church, Lancing|
|Description:||A Lancing-based charity has ‘called the midwife’ for help with a forthcoming concert to boost funding for its continued work with young people in Lancing.
Actress Judy Parfitt who portrays Sister Monica Joan in BBC’s Call the Midwife will be the special guest compere at Classics and Cream Teas, a concert in the picturesque Coombes Church in aid of Electric Storm Youth.
The concert features performances from the Sussex Wind Quintet and Concerts for Causes. Both are Sussex-based groups making names for themselves with the quality of their performances and the music they perform. The concert takes place in Coombes Church, Coombes Road, BN15 0RS on Sunday 6 March at 3 pm. Parking is available in the field below the church. The concert is followed by a Cream Tea in the barn.
Judy Parfitt is a BAFTA-nominated actress who has appeared opposite Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright and Frank Finlay. She has appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in television performances including The Jewel in the Crown, Pride and Prejudice, Murder She Wrote and ER. Her roles in films include the biopic film Wilde and Girl with a Pearl Earring. In 2012, she began appearing in the BBC TV series Call the Midwife, as Sister Monica Joan an elderly nun who is suffering from early stages of dementia.
Electric Storm Youth (ESY) runs weekly activity sessions in term-time for young people at the Alternative Provision Centre in Lancing where activities include cooking, crafts, sports and skateboarding.
|Tickets:||Tickets priced Adults £15 and Concessions £10 are available from the Box Office 01903 762793 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Contact:||Electric Storm Youth|