A DAY of music and efficiency to have a good time and lift consciousness of the problems being confronted by the River Wye is coming to Chepstow this month.
On Saturday, November 12, Chepstow Drill Corridor might be full of voices representing the River Wye.
Producer Roger Kerley is the organiser of the occasion.
He stated: “I needed to deliver collectively performers and musicians to each have a good time the River Wye and lift consciousness of the hazards of air pollution to the well being of the river.
“I’m delighted that Chepstow City Council is supporting this manufacturing.
“Will probably be a night of drama and music, carried out by Odyssey Theatre Firm, Carmina 3 and Chepstow Singing Membership, all on the theme of the river.”
Author Adele Cordner has written a satirical monologue particularly for the manufacturing
She interviewed native campaigner Angela Jones for her analysis.
“Adele will carry out her new comedian play, A D(r)ip In The Wye which is directed by Deborah Evans-Gale for Odyssey Theatre Firm,” Mr Kerley stated.
“Pippa Marland, vocalist of Carmina 3 will delight the viewers with their fabulous people songs and The Chepstow Singing Membership, made up of group singers from Monmouthshire, will sing river-themed songs, led by Musical Director Jayne Thomas.
“On show might be a spread of art work from college students of Susan Amos at Plough Home Artwork Group, Chepstow and poetry from Chepstow’s NaCOT writing group and different native poets.”
All income will go in the direction of Gwent Wildlife Belief.
Voices For The Wye is on November 12 at 7.30pm at Chepstow Drill Corridor.
Tickets can be found from Chepstow Bookshop and at eventbrite.co.uk/e/voices-for-the-wye-tickets-427530744967, or on the door, topic to availability.