The Montague Quarter will resonate to the sound of music of all kinds this Saturday. It’s the first time the Worthing Churches Homeless Projects charity has been in the shopping mall as one of the venues of their Worthing Summer Busk.
This event is their 17th, it’s the charity’s annual flag day and all the performers taking part will be doing so voluntarily. It’s a town centre day of music, song and dance with two outdoor venues in simultaneous action, all close to each other. And this year, the Worthing Children’s Parade also taking place will make it a day to remember for the town.
So make sure you visit the Montague Quarter on Saturday – just follow your ears!
Here’s who’s on inside
10am Gennaro Fiondella & Dan Gilmore – international music on evocative accordion and trumpet
11am Seven Singers – a capella folk, pop and madrigal
11.30am The Featherstone Jazzmen – trad: still the most fun and feelgood jazz
Derek Little (reeds), John Davidson (trombone), Dave Cummings (banjo) Godfrey Sheppard (bass)
12.30pm Secret Shore Singers – Worthing’s authentic sea shantyers take you back in time
1.30pm The Smiley Boys – ‘A Utopia of Ukeleles’ (the new collective noun) in full-on strum action
2.30pm Ken Pumphrey – voice, guitar, harmonica, and his countless songs from our life