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THE Fureys and Davey Arthur make a welcome return to Cromer for another evening of great music on Thursday April 16.The Fureys & Davey Arthur celebrated their 30th anniversary last year and inevitably changes have occurred over 30 years.
THE Fureys and Davey Arthur make a welcome return to Cromer for another evening of great music on Thursday April 16.
The Fureys & Davey Arthur celebrated their 30th anniversary last year and inevitably changes have occurred over 30 years. Their brother Paul died suddenly in June 2002 and Finbar left the band in December 1996, however George, Eddie and Davey Arthur have continued to delight audiences on their tours and have been releasing a new CD every year.
They are touring this year with two superb musicians - Luke Crowley and Dominic Leech.
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On Saturday 18th April at 8pm the Blues Brothers take to the stage with a brand new show to celebrate 30 years of the Blues Brothers phenomenon
Featuring over 30 unforgettable classics of the era' this non-stop review is packed with over 2 hours of the very best blues & soul music from both of The Blues Brothers movies and a whole lot more - with plenty of lunacy for good measure!
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- 2 'A truly affordable home': Teeny tiny abode sold for glamping
- 3 Nick Knowles joins outcry as Norfolk police told to close Twitter accounts
- 4 Norfolk set for dry week with temperatures to rise
- 5 Aylsham Cycle Centre wins national award for entrepreneurial spirit
- 6 Why your phone might warn you of a 'terror attack' today
- 7 Hotel's new pizza restaurant enjoys 'fantastic' first month
- 8 Ex-landlord, 95, pulls pint in his old pub after 32 years
- 9 House next to 384-year-old shop on market for £700k
- 10 Man with knife hidden in pen threatened to stab police officer
And if all of that is not enough on Sunday 19th April at 7.30pm the Grumbleweeds bring their own very special brand of comedy to the Pavilion Theatre. 1998 marked an exciting change for the Grumbleweeds
- drawing on all their 30 years of experience and know how, they
developed, updated and introduced a new, fast moving act.
Yet despite the change, the emphasis has remained very firmly placed on music, comedy and impressions and the act is continually updating its material.
The North Norfolk News has two seats for each of these great shows. Too have a chance of winning get this week's copy of the North Norfolk News, out now, price 60p