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    Caithness Music Festival


    10th-14th June is Caithness Music Festival week. This is the best showcase of Caithness talent in the fields of music and drama and is not an event to miss! The festival includes all mediums of music, speech and drama and promises to be a week of great entertainment!


    The sessions are:
    Monday

    Morning (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 9:45am)
    Afternoon (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 1:30pm)
    Evening (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 7pm)


    Tuesday
    Morning (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 9:45am)
    Afternoon (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 1:30pm)
    Evening (Thurso High School @ 7pm)


    Wednesday
    Morning (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 9:45am)
    Afternoon (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 1:30pm)
    Eveining (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 7pm)


    Thursday
    Morning (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 9:45am)
    Afternoon (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 1:30pm)


    Friday
    Morning (Wick Assembly Rooms @ 9:45am)
    Evening (Thurso High School @ 7pm)


    The festival week is culminated in the Post Festival Concerts on Monday 17th June at 7pm. These concerts are in Wick Assembly Rooms and Thurso High School.


    Prices for admission during festival are:


    Mornings - 1.50 (1 Senior Citizens/Children)
    Afternoons - 1.50 (1 Senior Citizens/Children)
    Evenings - 2.50 (1.50 Senior Citizens/Children)
    Weekly Ticket [for all classes from 10th-14th] - 10 (5 Senior Citizens/Children)


    The entry fee for the Post Festival Concerts is 3 (2 Senior Citizens/Children)


    Please come along to any or all of the sessions and support your local music and drama circuits!
    "Music is Forever" Paul Simon
    "Music is well said to be the speech of angels" Thomas Carlyle
    www.music-monster.co.uk

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    A quick reminder to everyone that tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock the Caithness Music Festival concerts are on. Please support these, either in Thurso High School or Wick Assembly Rooms. They are the showcases of some of the music in this year's festival, which was of a very high standard.

    The entry fee is 3 (2 Senior Citizens/Children), and you will not find a better evening's entertainment. Caithness should be very proud of their musicians who have done exceptionally well in the last week!
    "Music is Forever" Paul Simon
    "Music is well said to be the speech of angels" Thomas Carlyle
    www.music-monster.co.uk

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