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.