A Journey into French Music from Offenbach to Gainsbourg

A Journey into French Music from Offenbach to Gainsbourg

An exhilarating musical show that takes you straight to that little café by the seine at different times in history from 1880 to 1970. From Offenbach to Gainsbourg not forgetting Michel Legrand and Edith Piaf. Fifi sings in English and French and plays the accordion while Olly plays the clarinet and tenor saxophone. They are both some of the most respected musicians in the country. Between the tunes Fifi and Olly will chat about the history of the time that made the music what it is and other interesting facts. There are fun audience interaction moments. The safest and most exciting way to travel to France!

North Herefordshire

Date & time:

Sat 09 April 7.30pm

Location:

Cawley Hall, Eye HR6 0DS

Enquiries:

01568 615836

www.ohlalamusic.co.uk

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Ticket price includes a French buffet supper.

Tickets:

Adult: £15.00

Child: £8.00

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