Night at the opera! Cabaret group All That Malarkey set to sing for their supper at fundraising concert

All That Malarkey

Members of the popular cabaret group All That Malarkey (ATM) are preparing to sing for their supper when they perform a special fundraising concert of operatic and musical theatre favourites.

ATM plan to be in great voice at Chichester’s St John’s Chapel of Friday 4 August at 7.30pm to help fund their show at the Edinburgh Festival this August.

The group has a strong fan base in the city, having recently performed to a packed-to-the-rafters house as part of the Festival of Chichester, the group has a strong fan base in the city.

Amy Fuller, singer and one of ATM’s founders, says true the decision to perform a second concert in Chichester was based on the need to fund their Edinburgh Festival production.

Amy said: “From Bach to Bernstein, we will be singing classical and musical theatre songs for our Scottish supper! It is incredibly expensive to take a show to the world-famous Fringe Festival, but it is a brilliant way to be seen by industry professionals.

“Chichester audiences have always been very supportive so we hope they will come along and enjoy great music with a glass of wine, with their ticket price going towards our Fringe venture.”

A Night at the Opera, Friday 4 August at 7.30pm at St John’s Chapel, St John’s Street, Chichester. Tickets: £10; reserve on 07722 824696.

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