High street musical

A taste of Covent Garden is arriving in Shropshire this summer, with the launch of a new street festival. Organised by Bridgnorth Promotions and set to take place on the town’s High Street on 16 July, the festival will feature circus entertainers, puppets, street foods, funfair rides and a traditional street market. There will also be live music, including acoustic sets, across two stages.

The music is being arranged by Sunflower Music, set-up by 15 year-old Tom Barras, formerly of Guitar Cubed. He said, “We’re really pleased to be bringing music to this event. Sunflower Music is about giving younger musicians an opportunity to perform”

For further information, visit the Bridgnorth Street Festival Facebook page. Any musicians interested in performing should contact tom.barras@gmx.com

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