Monday, 14 November 2011
She Sits Among the Cabbages and Peas*
But first, on Saturday 3rd December Queen Elizabeth I will be opening the Medieval Christmas Fair at Dragon Hall, Norwich. She will then be fastforwarding 300 years to sing Victorian Parlour Songs and Carols at Stranger's Hall, Norwich, for the rest of the day.
Then it's Victoriana all the way to Christmas...
On Saturday 10th December we will be joining the VocalScore troupe at Weston Longville Village Hall for the full Old Tyme Music Hall, a fundraiser for both the local Church, and the hall itself.
On Saturday 17th December we will be returning to Blickling Hall's Garden Room with the Upper Octave !! This is modern dress and part of Blickling's Christmassy events schedule. We'll be there on and off all day, singing musical theatre and popular operatic favourites, so do drop in- the acoustics are great there!
On Tuesday 20th and Thursday 22nd December we will be back in the Victorian costumes for traditional carol singing at Gressenhall's Victorian Family Christmas. Other activities will include making an old-fashioned Christmas card, attempting to create the World's Longest Paper Chain, and entertainment from a genuine Victorian magic lantern show.
And then I think we may put our feet up and eat a couple of mince pies.
* or should that be 'She Sits Among the Cabbages and Leeks'??- either way, it's a song that got Edwardian music hall diva Marie Lloyd into trouble. Reassuringly, our Music Hall will be similarly filled with 19th century innuendo.