Have you booked your tickets yet for Symfunny, an evening of music and laughter on June 4th at the iconic Royal Albert Hall?
If the answer is a no, we have some new acts just been announced to tempt you further to part with your £25 for an extremely good cause, research into Parkinson’s Disease. New acts include the female comedy duo from the BBC, Watson and Oliver who will be using the full Symphony Orchestra in their act. We also have Sarah Brightman who will be showing off her conducting skills. James taught her to conduct for the film First Night and she has very kindly fitted our concert into her busy schedule. Jane Horrocks, the vocal chameleon, has also confirmed she will be appearing and singing as Gracie Fields. We recorded her a few years ago singing a Gracie Fields song and luckily she was delighted to help us out on June 4th.
I do hope that persuades some more people to join us on the night. You can buy tickets from The Royal Albert Hall or Parkinson’s UK website, parkinsons.org.uk/symfunny.