Britain's Got Talent finalist Faryl Smith to perform at Stamford Methodist Church
Britain's Got Talent 2008 finalist, Faryl Smith, will be coming to Stamford to perform with the Gladstone Piano Trio.
Faryl will sing chamber songs and the Gladstone Piano Trio will be performing chamber works at the Stamford Methodist Church this Saturday (November 23).
The 24-year-old classical singer rose to fame after appearing on the second series of Britain's Got Talent in 2008
Faryl, who lives in Kettering, has performed at the Stamford Methodist Church several times before.
Roger Ing, chairman of the event's organising committee, said: "We always look forward to it."
Proceeds from the events will be split between the Brooke Hospital for Animals and the church's mission projects.
The Brooke Hospital for Animals is an international animal welfare charity dedicated to improving the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules.
The church's mission project includes the Nixon Memorial Hospital in Sierra Leone which was devastated during civil war and was at the front line of the Ebola crisis, the new sensory garden at New College Stamford and the outreach work that the church carries out at The Shack in Stamford Recreation Ground.
Light refreshments will be served during the interval.
Tickets are: adults £10, concessions £8 and children £5, which can be purchased from the Stamford Arts Centre.
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