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Trianon buskers set to raise cash for EACH ahead of January Corn Exchange concert in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 23:30 15 December 2017 | UPDATED: 23:30 15 December 2017

Trianon perform Across the Pond at Ipswich Corn Exchange. Photo: Geoff Rogers

Trianon perform Across the Pond at Ipswich Corn Exchange. Photo: Geoff Rogers


Trianon buskers performing before the first concert of 2018 will be raising money for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH).

On Saturday, January 6, the Trianon volunteers will greet and entertain visitors with a 30 minute routine before the group’s first concert of 2018 at Ipswich Corn Exchange.

The concert, entitled Twelfth Night revels, kicks off from 7.30pm, while the buskers will be performing from 6.40pm.

Among the music performed by the symphony orchestra and choir will be selections from The Lion King and The Lord of the Rings, as well as renditions of In the Hall of the Mountain King and The Typewriter.

Donations into the fundraising buckets during the busking will go to EACH, which is one of the chosen charities Trianon is supporting in 2017 and 2018.

Tickets for the concert are available from the box office now by visiting the Ipswich Regent or by calling the ticket line on 01473 433100.

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