The fabulous singer-songwriter Kate Dimbleby, who has performed across the UK and off-broadway, is set to return to Breckland this February to tour with her new show Sing Happy in Ashill, East Harling, Attleborough, Shipham and Necton between 3 February to 7 February.
Sing Happy showcases Kate’s wonderful voice, weaving classic songs from the last 60 years, with stories about the human voice and mesmerising layered vocals from her critically acclaimed album, Songbirds, which received a 4-star review from the Daily Mail, with similar fantastic reviews from the Evening Standard and BBC Radio 2.
Following the show, Kate will be back in Breckland in March, touring local libraries with a Sing Happy Workshop, where Kate will teach participants some of the songs from the show.
Kate is touring as part of The Silver Social, an exciting daytime touring arts programme, aimed at older people in rural communities in Breckland. The project, which is run by Breckland Council and funded by Arts Council England and Breckland Council, brings something a little different to daily life in towns and villages across Breckland, Norfolk.
Cllr Mark Robinson, Executive member for Community, Leisure and Culture, commented “Kate was hugely popular when she last toured with The Silver Social Project, so we are expecting this Silver Social performance and workshop to book up very quickly. Whether you want to meet new people over a cuppa, take part in the singing workshop or if you know a neighbour or family member who might like to attend, why not book a ticket today.”