Local charity, Bury Society for Blind and Partially Sighted People, invite you to join them on a magical journey through one hundred years of music and dance to celebrate their centenary year.
On the evening we have a variety of acts performing, giving their time voluntarily, including solo singers, acoustic duo, musical theatre group and choirs. Come and join us, bring your friends and family to be entertained by such a talent showcase.
Engage 2 Stage: members of the visually impaired drama group ‘Engage to Stage’ join friends to provide an accessible and engaging act.
Sid & Geoff have been firm favourites for entertaining community groups for many years with their traditional old time sing-a-longs.
Michael & Heather are volunteers at the charity and have come together to create a fantastic acoustic duo. Michael has been active on the Manchester music circuit for many years. His repertoire covers traditional rock stars (The Beatles, The Kinks, Fleetwood Mac) to more modern offerings (Oasis, James, Richard Hawley, Stephen Fretwell). Heather has been a singer for years and enjoys performing locally and more recently with a band. Her love of music ranges from Amy Winehouse to Crystal Gayle.
Freak dance a local dance school, who have recently travelled to Croatia representing England in an international dance competition. Freak dance will be performing a range of musical theatre songs.
Victoria Roberts is an established vocalist, entertainer, trained dancer & choreographer. With many years’ experiences in the business, performing her own cabaret shows both in the UK and overseas, touring in national theatre shows, pantomimes, cruises, resident in the West End and Victoria was a judge on BBC1 All Together Now.
‘Monday singers’ choir are an amazing group of retired singers who have been performing throughout the borough for many years.
Bloco Ashe Bury’s community samba band playing samba-influenced grooves and global beats from Brazil, Cuba and Africa. The players aim to promote, support and develop percussion-based music and related carnival arts in the local community.
Covid Safety at The Met
This will be a full-capacity event with a non-socially distanced audience; we will however still be utilising many Covid safety measures for your safety and the safety of our staff.