Wisbech’s Last Night of the Proms returns to Church of St Peter and St Paul

Last Night of the Proms is returning to Wisbech with a ‘swinging 60s’ theme. Picture: Submitted

Last Night of the Proms is returning to Wisbech with a ‘swinging 60s’ theme. Picture: Submitted

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Last Night of the Proms is returning to Wisbech’s Church of St Peter and St Paul and promises to be a ‘fun-packed, flag-waving and foot-stomping evening’.

Last Night of the Proms is returning to Wisbech with a �swinging 60s� theme. Picture: SubmittedLast Night of the Proms is returning to Wisbech with a �swinging 60s� theme. Picture: Submitted

This year’s theme is “music from the swinging 60s” with live music from the King’s Lynn Concert Band accompanied by local soprano Anneli Killen.

The event, held on Saturday, September 8 from 7pm, will be split in two, half ‘swinging 60s’ and the other more of a traditional prom.

During the interval, organisers will auction off the baton used to conduct the first half of the concert.

“For a fun packed, flag waving and foot stomping evening reserve your tickets now,” a spokesman said.

All profits made from selling the tickets – which cost £10 (concessions £7.50) – and the interval auction will go towards the upkeep of the church.

“Included in the cost is a light buffet served during the interval. You will also have the chance to win a prize in our raffle,” the spokesman added.

For more information, call 01945 582508

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