Marston Church near Frome reinvents itself as a music venue

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Marston Church is a beautiful 18th century church less than 2 miles from Frome. Used occasionally for church services, new life is being brought to the building as a music venue. Starting with a Daisy Chapman concert during the Frome Festival, regular open mic sessions on Sunday afternoons have brought performances from some wonderfully talented singers and musicians who love the accoustics and enjoy the setting.


On 15th December Frome actor, Pip Utton, will perform his solo play “A Christmas Carol” in the character of Charles Dickens. Says organiser John Salmon “Those who have seen Pip will know this is not a performance to be missed. Those who haven’t – well here’s your chance.“
On 22nd December Belshazzar’s Feast are showing their celebrated Christmas show that mixes folk, pop and classical music with superb wit and dry humour. John adds “tickets are just £15, and selling fast, so please don’t be disappointed.”
For details of all our Marston events please keep an eye on www.marstonmusic.co.uk.

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