Five Tales of the Sea comes to Ventnor Fringe: One performance only – Book now

Starring an international opera singer and world-class pianist, ‘Five Tales of the Sea’ combines highest-quality musical integrity with text, poetry and fun and exciting storytelling. One performance only.

The actors from Five Tales

The Ventnor Fringe Festival is almost upon us (note the new dates 23rd-28th July). The six day wonderland of pop-up bars and boutique venues, will this year feature more than 300 artists from across the world.

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Five Tales of the Sea
Enjoy music as never before! With new and exciting stories, ‘Five Tales’ is back.

Following last year’s fantastic Ventnor Fringe debut with ‘Five Tales of Love and Madness’, the team returns, exploring compelling ways for you to enjoy some of the world’s most beautiful and moving classical music.

Starring international opera singer, Alice De Ville, accompanied by world-class pianist, James Longford, and featuring actor, Jon Gabriel Robbins, ‘Five Tales of the Sea’, re-imagines the recital for a modern audience combining highest-quality musical integrity with text, poetry and fun and exciting storytelling.

One performance only – don’t miss out!

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Five Tales of the Sea takes place at 8pm on Saturday 27th July 2019, St Catherine’s church, 11 Church St, Ventnor, PO38 1SW.

Tickets are priced at £10 each and can be bought online via the Fringe Website, or by popping into Ventnor Exchange Box Office on Church Street.

See the Facebook event post for latest updates and follow @5Tales on Instagram.

If you are performing at Ventnor Fringe Festival and would like to share details of your event with OnTheWight readers, pop over to our simple and easy to use event feature order form.

Our thanks to Five Tales for sponsoring this feature. They and other businesses and organisations taking paid promotion enables you to continue reading OnTheWight for free

Monday, 8th July, 2019 3:43pm



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