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'Flannan Isle' is an opera written by William, based on the poem by W.W Gibson, telling the story of three lighthouse keepers who went missing.  'Remarkable Women of the Second World War' is a presentation of the war stories in Victoria's recently published book, in words and music.

Please view this You Tube video, about 'Remarkable Women', and the theatre presentation:
 (51) Remarkable Women You Tube - YouTube

Castle Singers Christmas Concert. Seasonal songs, including a Ukrainian Christmas Carol .

Giving music to Bungay, and the surrounding area;  with weekly lunch-time recitals, Castle Singers Community Choir and 'Bungay Boys Voices' ... and more!  We are delighted to have the support of the 'Better in Bungay' campaign group, that brings together local businesses and community organisations (

castle singersChristmas Concert Bungay Ukraine
Castle Singers Christmas 2022 Bungay
Easter Concert "Carpe Diem"
Spring Series

Sixth series of lunch-time recitals at St Mary's. We were delighted, once again, to be giving our community an excellent range of concerts, and musical presentations focussing on current and historical events, by both amateurs and professional performers. Artistic Fields is grateful, as ever, to be supported by the Bungay Events & Business Association and sponsors from the local business community. Thank you also to The Friends of St Mary's for allowing us to hire the beautiful building each week; and of course thank you to all our amazing performers and all our supporters.

Sponsors of Lunchtime Concerts
Three Short Plays

Three Short Plays about Love and Loss in the Second World War
The first presentation, The Very Thought of You, was written by William several years ago;  he has patiently waited for the right time to stage it.  The second presentation, Pen to Paper, is by Victoria - this is the first play she has written and directed, and it tells the story of a friendship between three of the children whose wartime memories are in her two books 'Remarkable Journeys' and 'Remarkable Women of the Second World War.'  The third presentation, Late Closing, by William, is being staged a fifth time;  it is the poignant recollection of a Lancaster rear gunner, remembering his time during the most precarious of operations towards the end of the war.  It is set to a powerful musical score, written and performed by William

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