Your chance to be a star
October sees After Hours Live opening its doors to all those with talent who are eager to show the people of Wisbech what they can do.
Yes, it is the return on the After Hours Live open-mic night.
So if you can sing, play an instrument, read poetry, write short stories, juggle or perform magic tricks email email@example.com to book your 10-minute performance slot on Friday, October 2, when YOU get to be the star of the show.
It’s held in Octavia’s Cafe in South Brink, Wisbech, and doors open at 7pm.
Local musician and songwriter, Joel Fitzsimmons, bid After Hours Live a fond farewell this month with his final gig before leaving Wisbech to study popular music at the University of Kent. He was accompanied by a drummer and a keyboardist and treated the capacity audience to music ranging from Coldplay to Queen and some classic hymns.
Coming up: Friday, November 6 – Rachel-Yvonne (acoustic/singer); Friday, December 4 – Jon Kendall (acoustic/singer).