THE Guildhall has been filled with sounds of opera, jazz and cabaret as Celebrate Voice returned to Salisbury.

Performances of La Traviata, Ronnie Scott’s All Stars, Jess Robinson and Trial by Jury have received great acclaim over the past few days.

The event launched on Thursday October 21 and runs until Sunday (October 31).

Festival director Lynsey Docherty said: “This festival is officially our most successful to date, with record ticket sales across all events. Performing at the Guildhall has been such a wonderful community experience, as well as providing an exceptional backdrop for our shows.

"Artists are at the very epicentre of the city, performing and creating brand new productions and also singing with the local community in our flashmob, and community events. It is so incredibly uplifting, and feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.”

There is limited availability for remaining festival shows this coming weekend, starting with I Lived for Art - a world premiere of Philip Blake-Jones play, La Traviata (sold out), Trial by Jury Singalong and ending with Joe Stilgoe and the Puppini Sisters (sold out).

Community events for babies, young adults with SEND and the Gala concert for older people are all fully subscribed.


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