Concert for the Mayor’s Charity – in aid of Suffolk Law Centre

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Date(s) - 30/09/2018
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Cult Cafe



Concert for the Mayor’s Charity

A concert in aid of The Suffolk Law Centre, the charity supported by
the Mayor of Ipswich, Jane Riley, in her year of office.

The first band will take to the stage at 5.00pm for what will be 5 hours of folk, roots,
and acoustic rock music by some of the areas most popular artistes, to include:

Holly Johnston
(a fine singer songwriter/guitarist with acclaimed recordings to her name)

Elly Tree
(a quirky acoustic pop band making their name on the festival scene)

Exit 13
(a lively acoustic psychedelic folk band fronted by Steve Mann)

When Rivers Meet
(an emerging, close harmony folk/pop duo) and

The Silburys
(Silbury Hill, the duo augmented to a 4 piece with Martin Lindford, drums and Diz Deacon, bass)

Further names are to be announced shortly to complete the line up.

Cult Café, on Ipswich Waterfront  IP3 0FS
on Sunday 30th September 5pm – 10pm

Tickets for the concert cost £10.00 – which includes a welcome drink and food
Available from Ipswich Borough Council Entertainments Box Office, Ipswich Tourist Information Centre, and on line from the Councils Entertainments website.

The Mayor of Ipswich is delighted that the concert is supporting the Suffolk Law Centre
– which is a charity to help local people to understand their legal rights, challenge
disadvantage and inequality, and to gain equal access to justice.