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Bach to Bacharach on offer at annual Choirfest

PUBLISHED: 10:36 12 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:37 12 September 2017

The Choir Worstead, who will be performing at Cromer's Pavilion Theatre as part of this year's Coast Choirfest.

The Choir Worstead, who will be performing at Cromer's Pavilion Theatre as part of this year's Coast Choirfest.

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Eight north Norfolk singing groups will be performing classical and contemporary numbers at the annual Choirfest, which takes place at Cromer’s Pavilion Theatre on October 1st.

Southrepps Chorale, who will be performing at Cromer's Pavilion Theatre as part of this year's Coast Choirfest. Southrepps Chorale, who will be performing at Cromer's Pavilion Theatre as part of this year's Coast Choirfest.

Staged by Cromer and Sheringham Art and Literary Festival (Coast) and hosted by BBC Radio Norfolk presenter Nick Conrad, the concert will feature more than 220 singers from groups including the New Sheringham Singers, the Choir Worstead, Cromer Gospel Choir and Thorpe Market-based Cantamus Community Choir.

Cantamas Choir, who will be performing at Cromer's Pavilion Theatre as part of this year's Coast Choirfest. Cantamas Choir, who will be performing at Cromer's Pavilion Theatre as part of this year's Coast Choirfest.

Southrepps Chorale musical director Stephen Richards said the event gave north Norfolk choirs to work and perform together.

He added: “The evening will feature a range of music, with each choir singing pieces on their own as well as having fun singing pieces together.”

Choirfest is at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, at 7pm on October 1st. Tickets, priced £8, are available from the box office on 01263 512495.

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