Trio hitting the high notes for St Francis

A trio of talented singers are bringing West End and Broadway hits to Berkhamsted all in aid of charity.

Wednesday, 16th March 2016, 3:36 pm
Updated Wednesday, 16th March 2016, 4:39 pm
High Note Entertainment

Luke Barron, Ashleigh Fleming and Nicholas Maude – otherwise known as High Note Entertainment – will perform at The Kings Arms in Berkhamsted at 7.30pm on Wednesday, March 23.

After years of performing on London’s West End, national tours and prestigious cruise ships, the three singers began collaborating in 2015.

Since then, they have sold out four shows in their local community of Croxley Green and now they are coming to Berkhamsted to raise money for The Hospice of St Francis.

Luke, one third of the trio, said: “We felt it was time to perform ourshows on a larger scale and connect with a wider audience.

“We absolutely love Berkhamsted and its sense of community. We found out found out about the hospice’s work through Ashleigh.

“She is also a voice teacher, and the mother of one of her students works at the hospice.

“She mentioned that a performance would be very well received so we contacted the hospice directly.

“The hospice is an extremely important charity that looks after, and comforts those living with, and dealing with cancer.”

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