During the Christmas Fayre we have three and half days of brilliant local and regional entertainment on our three stages:
The Greene King Stage on Angel Hill
The Music Sales Stage in the arc
And new for 2016 our Conservatoire EAST stage in St Johns Street.
Other entertainment includes Bury St Edmunds District Deaf Association singing and signing carols between 10am – 3pm in The Traverse. This charity relies on fund raising & donations to offer a support service to Hearing impaired people in the area. One of the associations major fund raising events happens two or three a year when members get together & sign songs to the public. It is a fun time, raising funds & also helps make the public aware of their hidden disability.
Conservatoire EAST which is made up of performing arts pupils from West Suffolk College will be performing Christmas stories through music and dance on Friday afternoon in St Johns Street and The Traverse.
Suffolk One is a 6th Form College on the outskirts of Ipswich that has a wide range of A Level and vocational courses. The students you will hear performing at the Christmas Fayre all study courses in Music and Performing Arts at the college.
For more information about the Green Dragon Morris Dancers, click here!
A full timetable of events is available here. Please click an image to view the timetables for that stage. These lists will be updated as more entertainment is booked: