Music from the Stars – Saturday 3rd September

Mini Concerts are proud to be supporting this charity fundraiser to develop a community space at Tormarton Parish Church. Our cast of nine talented performers will take the audience on a musical journey through songs made famous by some of the most iconic stars of stage, screen, and the jukebox!

From the ‘suave swing’ of Frank Sinatra to ‘flamboyant showmanship’ of Freddie Mercury, and from the ‘diamond loving’ Marilyn Monroe all the way through to the original ‘material girl’ Madonna, there really will be something for everyone in this two act show.

The show starts at 7.30 pm with doors opening at 7.00 pm

A paid bar will be available both pre-show and during the intermission.

Curtains at 9.30 pm

All profits from this event will be donated to St Mary Magdalene, Bristol Archdeaconry (charity no. 1058853).

Tickets are available online from here from Eventbrite or by calling Simon or Emily on 07780 448922.

About Mini Concert C.I.C.
Mini Concerts C.I.C. is a non for profit organisation that provides Care and Nursing Homes with unique live concert experiences for their residents without the need for them to travel. The concerts are performed by young artists who are currently in training for careers in the entertainment industry, and as such are at the very start of their journey. These concerts give audiences access to affordable quality entertainment, whilst making sure that the young performers we work with earn fair pay for their time and talent. You can find out more about what our performers are currently up to by visiting our Facebook page at by clicking on this link or by searching for on the Facebook page.

About St Mary Magdalene Church
Tormarton village is just four miles from Chipping Sodbury, and the 12th century church is Grade 1 listed, with the site possibly dating to before the Norman Conquest. It’s a beautiful small church, with seating for about 110 people, and is noted for its Norman arch, stained glass windows, notable monuments, and a 15th century brass. The famous Cotswold Way passes through the village close to the Church, which is kept open at all times, welcoming many visitors to discover its heritage and history, or for a quiet moment of contemplation.