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The next is outside the Apex in Bury St Edmunds on November 8 between 11am and 1pm – just turn up to have your say.Ipswich rang out to the sound of singing on Saturday, with choirs, duos and solo singers showing of their entertaining talents in aid of an important local charity.
Council leader Colin Noble headed up Suffolk’s presence in Ipswich – and said he was impressed by the range of questions and other points raised by visitors.
“I think it is very important to get out and meet people at events like this so they can see we are real people and we can hear first-hand what their concerns are.” He was pleased that people from a wide area came up to councillors: “Some people we saw did come from Ipswich, but others came from across east Suffolk and were here for a half-term shopping trip.
It’s good to see the town so busy.” He was joined by deputy leader Jane Storey and cabinet member for Ipswich as well as opposition councillors Sandra Gage and Kathy Bole.
The charity now works across the region helping young victims of sexual abuse.
It was an uplifting evening of music from all sorts of genres, rock, pop, songs from the shows and vintage numbers all featured. The evening was compered by Wayne Bavin of BBC Radio Suffolk and it kicked off with Leanard Cohen’s Hallelujah, Proud Mary and Bring Him Home performed by the Endeavour Singers - a workplace choir of council workers, and directed by Helen Wheatley, Afterwards Helen said: “I was delighted with a turn-out.
It is simply fun - especially when you recognise the songs and know all the lyrics.
Stellar Acappella is looking to look more local singers.
Making their debut were Stellar Acappella, an all female singing group, whose set range from a silky Amazing Grace to sparky Girl On Fire, the Alicia Keys hit song. The visiting professional acts, The London Belles and Portobello Road were amazing; superb singing of course, but slick and funny too. The award-winning barbershop quartet, Portobello Road, got us All Shook Up, Misty and Quando, Quando, Quando in their set.
There was nostalgia from The London Belles including the Andrews Sisters - Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree, and In The Mood and I Will Survive. It is easy to see why singing, and singing together especially, is back in vogue.
” Those lyrics appear in ‘Hollow’, a song by aspiring Ipswich singer-songwriter Macauley Elvin, who lives with Asperger Syndrome.
It is being released on i Tunes next week for an autistic charity.
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