Bank Holiday Music Festival

TRADING Boundaries is delighted to announce three days of fantastic live music and entertainment with their first ever Bank Holiday Music Festival.

On Saturday August 25 at 7pm Trading Boundaries will be hosting its first ever outdoor Opera Gala.

Voices Live consist of James Cleverton (Baritone), Jo Appleby (Soprano), Louise Armit (Mezzo) and Andrew Rees (Tenor). They will be accompanied by a small chamber orchestra lead by internationally renowned pianist and conductor, Gareth Hancock.

The programme will cover many of the most popular Operatic arias plus themes from the West End. Guests are invited to bring their own picnic and make themselves at home in our spacious grounds. A fully licensed bar and BBQ will also be available, tickets are £25 per person with under 16′s welcome free of charge.

On Sunday August 26 Phil Collins tribute band No Jacket Required take to the outdoor stage at 7pm.

In the air tonight, You can’t hurry love and Sussudio are just some of the amazing Phil Collins songs performed by the UK’s number one tribute act. The ten piece band, who have been performing together for over a decade, recreate the full live concert experience of a Phil Collins show complete with backing singers and full brass section. No Jacket Required are supported by acoustic singer/songwriter Oli Clifford.

A fully licensed bar and BBQ will be available. Tickets are £15 per person, children under 16 £5.

This August Bank Holiday Monday there are a wide selection of activities for all the family. Starting at 11am the gates to the Courtyard will be open where there will be a fabulous array of shops, including the newly re-opened Elephant Toy and Sweet Shop and a beautiful new garden shop. Outside there will be children’s face painting, balloon modeling, Circus Workshops and Robbie the Magician with his ever popular ‘Magic’ the rabbit. In the afternoon there is an excellent line up of free live music including the amazing Tar Babies who will perform favourites from their vast repertoire of music from the 60s and 70s, and rock band Far Cry. As usual there will be a BBQ in addition to the regular lunch menu and an outdoor bar serving ice cold beers, wines and Pimms! 790200