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Thornbury Arts Festival: Bill Oddie and Sarah Class perform a Musical Safari

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Bill Oddie and Sarah Class on stage.
Date and Time: 
17 April, 7.30pm
Armstrong Hall, Thornbury BS35 2BJ
£25 (raised); £22 (flat)

World Land Trust (WLT) will have a strong presence at Thornbury Arts Festival 2015 in April. 

Bill Oddie and singer/songwriter Sarah Class will be opening the festival with a performance on Friday 17 April 2015. Both Bill and Sarah are long term supporters of WLT and some of the profits from the performance will go to the Trust.

The duo will be conducting A Musical Safari combining anecdotes, film and music composed by Sarah for wildlife features. 

Bill and Sarah have performed A Musical Safari on two previous occasions, first at Halesworth Arts Festival in 2013 and then at Birdfair in 2014. Their double act is highly entertaining and always much enjoyed by audiences.

WLT staff will have a stand in the foyer of the Armstrong Hall on Friday 17 April and either in or around the theatre on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 April. WLT will also be hosting a guided walk of Kites Hill on Saturday 18 April.

Now in its 45th year, Thornbury Arts Festival in Gloucestershire is the longest running small arts festival in the country.

Book tickets for A Musical Safari » 

More about WLT’s guided walk at Kites Hill »

Thornbury Arts Festival website »

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