Saturday, 15th September 2018 @ 7.30 pm -
Carnegie Rooms, Thetford
see Future Show Dates for more details
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* This show is available to be booked on SATURDAY or SUNDAY NIGHTS ONLY due to performer's and
technical crew's personal commitments
* Suitable for small venues with restricted or no staging ie churches and small social clubs
* The show's running time is approximately 2 1/2 hours including an interval (preferred start time of
7.30 pm with 30 minute interval concluding approximately 10 pm)
* The Upper Octave has public liability insurance and performing licenses
* There are 6 performers and 2 members of the technical team
We Need :-
* Changing area large enough for 6 performers
* On-site access to washrooms and toilets
* No minimum ceiling height in the auditorium
* Minimum of 4 electrical power points required in the auditorium
* Access to the venue from 11 am on the day of the show to allow for the unloading and erection of
lighting and sound equipment and 2 hours after the show in order to remove equipment and restore
the venue to its original state.
* For health and safety reasons we strongly advise that access to the auditorium be restricted during the
setting up and clearing away period.
* Doors to be opened to the public no earlier than 30 minutes prior to the start of the show.
A downloadable poster is available below (free of charge).
The charge for this 2 hour concert is £250.00
Please note : the musical content of this show may vary from that advertised and will be dependent upon the availability of performers.
For 2015 the charge for our shows is £250. No hidden costs!
How your venue may look with our superb lighting effects and staging
1. Promote the event by placing show posters (we are hpapy to provide you with some) around your local area on poster boards in the villages/towns nearby. Include on the poster what the event is raising money for, booking information and ticket prices.
2. Advertise the event in the local parish magazine/local newspaper (this is often free). Ask them to write a piece on your organise and what you are raising money for.
3. Contact the EDP regarding the free listing in the "What's On Section"
3. If you have a website or facebook page promote the event on this and ask people to like and share the page if it on facebook.
4. Ask a local shop to sell the tickets for you. They are often a focal point in the village a can promote the event to everyone who enters (you could event get some flyers putting in customers bags).
5. Invest in some A frame boards which you can place near to the venue a couple of weeks before displaying some posters and booking details.
6. Roadside signs put out a couple of weeks act as a really good reminder.
7. Tell your friends and encourage them to come along (word of mouth really does work) - we have found people are more likely to come along if light refreshments are available as this gives a warm atmospher
Remember people often don't book tickets for events months in advance but keep reminding then and they will come. We often find organisation who book us sell the majority of the tickets in the 2 weeks prior to us singing.