A Hertfordshire-based singer-songwriter is looking forward to taking to the stage at this year’s Watford Fringe festival.
Guitarist Marc Harris is one of more than 60 acts taking part in this year’s event, which will see venues across Watford host a live line-up of great theatre, music, comedy, dance, magic and family shows.
Organised by the Watford Pump House, the performances will be spread over 17 days across 11 venues in Watford between September 22 and October 8.
Marc says: “I’m really looking forward to taking part in this year’s Fringe. I love entertaining and interacting with an audience, chatting a little about each song, and have put together a great selection of songs which I’m sure will leave the audience uplifted.”
Audiences can expect a relaxed, melodic afternoon of music, celebrating 45 years since he first picked up a guitar. He’ll be singing songs from the likes of Katie Melua, Cat Stevens, The Beatles, Neil Sedaka, Chas & Dave, and David Essex, plus a few of his own tuneful folk/contemporary songs.
Marc will be performing an 85-minute set at Watford Museum on Sunday, October 1, at 3pm. Tickets cost £6. To access the box office and for all the latest news about the Fringe, visit its dedicated website.