Welcome to the seventh annual Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre FRIDAY 26 November This year we are offering more stalls, more entertainment and much more fun! You’ll find Christmas Fayre events at six different venues throughout the 10.30am County Upper Dixie Band – playing traditional dixie music town. Use the map below to make sure you don't miss a thing. 11am ONE VOICE from Suffolk One 6th Form College, Ipswich – performing a variety of songs from Mika to Karl Jenkins, conducted by Michelle Rande Angel Hill, set in the centre of Bury’s historic The Athenaeum is the place to find some 12 noon Grand opening live BBC radio Suffolk with presenter James medieval core, will host over 100 stalls, a new Hazell and the Mayor of St Edmundsbury great handmade gifts particularly fine art, PARK & RIDE ‘world’ market, traditional funfair and the Kempson Way 12.15pm County Upper Swing Band – The best swing band for miles jewellery and cards. Many of the 2pm Arbour Prep School – All of them little angels Greene King stage where there will be stallholders will be wearing exquisite entertainment throughout the day. 3pm Nik Lowe & Band – A mix of pop and soul with a rocky edge period costumes. HONDA 4pm St James CEVA Middle School Chamber Choir – A selection of Christmas songs GARAGE 5pm The Voice Squad – A Nationally-acclaimed Stage Choir singing The Abbey Gardens provides a Cathedral Gift Fair (Friday and Saturday anything from show-tunes to Christmas Classics! Kemps on Wa Bedi only) A typical Christmas bazaar with quality y magical atmosphere and here you will 6pm County Upper Funk Band playing a variety of well-known find over 80 stalls, free children’s homemade gifts and produce. Enjoy the ngfie funk numbers from Jamiroquai to James Brown entertainment and delicious food. drop-in carol services in the Cathedral and SATURDAY 27 November ld the Living Nativity in the courtyard. Way ’S 10.30am Nik Lowe & Band – A mix of pop and soul with a rocky edge 11.30am County Upper Brass Ensemble - playing traditional carols INS BURY TO SA 12 noon The Aquarius Singers – A ladies’ choir performing a mix of Christmas and popular songs 1pm St Cecilia Juniors – singing fun, memorable and challenging songs in many different styles 2pm The Rockabellas – Killer Heels, Killer Curves & Killer Harmonies! An early Christmas present indeed! 3pm The Bach Choir – singing a selection of favourite and less familiar carols, infusing the joy of Christmas into Bury’s A14 central interchange A14 east interchange annual Christmas Fayre 4pm The Floozies – Feminine Folk COACH PARK 5pm What’s Going On led by Mick the Baker – Highly acclaimed band of musicians playing the best of the Mustow Street 60s and 70s Children’s entertainment area 6pm The Invisible Navvies of Utopia – An anarchic brand of including grotto and reindeer traditional music. Come along and have a dance et te Stre nga SUNDAY 28 November Rai e St A1 hgat Sout 34 Cotton La ne / A143 ABBEY 11am The Risby Singers – A selection of musical greats Honey Hill ST MARY’S CHURCH GARDENS 12 noon Marrakesh – a selection of jazz favourites Street hawk Spar 1pm The Bury Concert Band – The big band sound VISITOR CENTRE CATHEDRAL 2pm The Bury World Choir – A selection of African music GREENE KING A1101 Northgate Street 3pm Short service by the Nativity Sculpture followed by singing on the main stage by the Churches Together e y Lan Tayfen Road Crown Street THEATRE Angel Hill ne ROYAL ad C Ca e at St s L an io ATHENAEUM nn n n Hi on tio ll Angel Lane Loom ta eet S Lower Baxter Street tre S Str ay et Abbeygate Street ilw ate Church Row Ra Churchgate Street stg High Baxter Street alk Hatter Street We Greene King Car Park ll W Parkway No OPEN SAT AND SUN FRIDAY 26 November hi Buttermarket Corn REGULAR STREET MARKET 10am Westley Middle School – The singing and signing choirs St SAT & SUN Whiting Stre et r 11am Abbots Green Singing Stars – A selection of Christmas songs Joh th n’s Stre The Traverse 12noon Peter Jackson – Solo acoustic instrumental ragtime and country et Cornhill 1pm The Comfortable Strangers – original contemporary folk rock band St Andr Charter Square ews S tr Guildhall Street 2pm Westgate Primary School – The singing and signing choir reet eet No rth The Apex 3pm Peter Jackson – Solo acoustic instrumental ragtime and country BUS a d St STATION Ro 4pm The Larks (Liz & Chris) – Eclectic mix of folky pop m gate ll u 5pm Nik Lowe & band – Mix of pop and soul with a rocky edge St And Cu Extra toilets can be found in rews Stree t South 6pm Bury St Edmunds Inter Church Choir y the Athenaeum, The Apex, Kings Road Risb The arc shopping centre SATURDAY 27 November Moyse’s Hall Museum and The Apex FREE PARK & WALK and the Bus Station. West Suffolk College SAT AND SUN ONLY 10am Playing Together – A selection of melodean’s, fiddles and whistles ge n 11am Silbury Hill – A great folky sound rcha 12noon Ian Saunders, Soul Sensation – Our favourite soul singer Inte WEST SUFFOLK COLLEGE 1pm Get Gospel – Warm your souls as the irresistibly jubilant Get Gospel perform their funky festive set est 2pm Silbury Hill – A great folky sound 14 W APEX. The Apex is a fabulous new venue The arc shopping centre. This exciting addition to 3pm Fallen Angels from Thurston Community College – situated in the arc shopping centre in the centre Bury St Edmunds is home to a great mix of high street To A A lively selection of disco, funk and motown classics of Bury St Edmunds. With over 40 stalls names. New for 2010 will be 16 German style chalets 4pm Michelle Rande – A classical trained Clarinettist, jazz PARK & RIDE including cupcakes, hand knitted baby clothes selling gifts and crafts, and the Music Sales Stage saxophonist and singer. Michelle will be performing a variety Olding Road and local paintings there is something for will be hosting a wide range of entertainment from of songs from popular to jazz classics. everyone. Upstairs you will find a cafe school choirs to jazz bands. 5pm Nota Bene – Exciting new band playing a diverse repertoire and bar with views across Charter Square. including jazz, blues, pop and country SUNDAY 28 November Road Moyse’s Hall Museum. Housed in this St Mary’s Church. This parish church has ng i Old medieval building is a historical market the second longest aisle in the country and Western Way which includes demonstrations, will be open for refreshments (Friday and 10am EACH Santa Run starts with the warm up and Big Al’s Jazz entertainers and crafts. An ideal place to Saturday only). Band. Mark Murphy will be starting this annual event at rest and relax with a cup of tea or 10.30am. A parade of 150 Santa’s is a sight not to be missed. something stronger! 11am EACH Santa Run 12noon Peter Jackson – Solo acoustic instrumental ragtime and country 1pm The Risby Singers – A selection of musical greats 2pm Silbury Hill – A great folky sound 3pm The Kirbye Voices – Singing classic carols with requests 4pm Michelle Rande & Luke English – Performing a variety of duets on tenor saxophone, from jazz to modern classics.