Big names from the world of classical music and musical theatre have been unveiled as headline acts at this year’s Proms and Prosecco in the Park at Chetwynd Deer Park, Newport. Jesus Christ Superstar lead Jon Moses will be joined by Naomi and Hannah Moxon aka Classical Reflection from The Voice 2016.

This eagerly awaited annual event, on Saturday 14 September, mixes top classical musicians with the best talent from West End musicals, choral groups and classic pop and is all topped off with a glorious proms finale including rousing renditions of standards such as ‘Rule Britannia’ and ‘Land of Hope and Glory’… and lots of flag waving.

Visitors can enjoy six hours of live music, a free glass of Aperol Spritz (over 18s only), free parking, free activities for children and food stalls and bars… or just bring your own picnic.

For tickets, visit fizzfestivals.com.

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