THE magic of a musical legend is reborn as an afternoon of picnic and Pavarotti comes to historic Hodsock Priory this September.
Some of the region’s finest musicians will be taking part on Sunday, September 9 – and raising money for dementia charity Lost Chord, the organisation that provides musical experiences for people with dementia in care homes.
The highlight of the afternoon in the beautiful 800 acre grounds will be a recreation of the world’s most famous tenor’s timeless interpretation of Nessun Dorma, performed by Pavarotti impersonator Carl Taylor, himself hailed as the UK’s finest tenor.
He will be joined on stage by acclaimed South Yorkshire soprano Deborah Norman.
In a complete change of pace, there will be a more contemporary sound from Junction 33 Dance Band - South Yorkshire’s answer to the Glenn Miller Band.
Hodsock Priory is at Blyth near Worksop and the event runs from 3pm to 6pm. Tickets £12.50 - call 01709 811 160 to book.