A cabaret evening about the interpretation of dreams comes to The Jubilee Hall at Market Harborough Congregational Church.
The Harborough Collective has mined a rich seam of cultural and artistic ideas from Sigmund Freud through to J.S. Bach via William Blake and Brian Eno.
The Jubilee Hall will be transformed into a Cabaret of the Mind, a place where hypnotic ambient sonorities meet transcendent musical meditations.
Featuring works by Arvo Part, Pink Floyd, Philip Glass, Erik Satie and Debussy, with actor Trevor Allan-Davis fron Game of Thrones and Atlantis guiding the audience through the show.
it back and prepare to be entranced at this magical evening complete with candlelit tables and a bar. The bar will be open from 7pm.
The entertainment starts at 7.30pm on Friday April 8.
The musicians performing include David Le Page on violin, Catherine Leech on viola, Nick Stringfellow on cello, David Ayre on bass, Graham Instrall on percussion and Eleanor Turner on harp.
Tickets for adults are £15, £12 for concessions and children aged between eight and 18 can get in for £8.
To reserve seats in advance email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07903 020101.