Jazz, Spoken Word,

Shoreham WordFest Presents: Look Stranger

Sunday 29th September 2013 - Starts 7.30pm


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Shoreham WordFest celebrates Benjamin Britten’s centenary in style as singer Ruthie Culver and the Utter:Jazz quartet weave swing, samba, blues, and grooves through their vibrant re-imaginings of Benjamin Britten’s music alongside WH Auden’s poetry. Songs include Stop All the Clocks, made famous by the film ‘Three Weddings & A Funeral’.

With readings by actor Alex Jennings who co-starred next to Helen Mirren as Prince Charles in The Queen.

“If you know the works of Auden and Britten, you will be delighted – and if you don’t you’ll be superbly introduced” ~ Imelda Staunton

A demo track from the Utter:Jazz can be heard HERE and audience feedback HERE

Thunkshop Cafe will be serving a two-course pre-show supper at 6pm for jusr £10 per person. Please contact Thunkshop in advance on 07957 166092 to order your meal. Seats in the auditorium will be reserved for diners.