Judy’s Vintage Fair will be returning to Ipswich on Sunday (19th May) as part of the Access All Arts event taking place at the Town Hall and Corn Exchange.
Access All Arts will showcase local talent and provide opportunities for the community to participate in the arts. Attractions include Sing the World!, a portrait workshop with Ipswich Art Society, Snobs Coffee, Suffolk Craft Society and Judy’s Vintage Fair.
The vintage fair first visited Ipswich last October, bringing more than 400 people into the event with a top-notch collection of eclectic, affordable vintage items in the form of menswear, womenswear, homeware, collectibles and even vintage cakes!
Musically Suffolk choirmaster Chris Rowbury will be running two one-hour singing sessions on Sunday at 1.30pm and 3pm for the event.
Can’t sing? Don’t be so sure! Woodbridge-based Chris believes that with his encouragement everyone can find their own singing voice.
No experience is necessary and there is no need to read music; all songs are taught by ear. Learn songs from around the world in glorious harmony with no instrumental accompaniment.
This offers a relaxed hour of singing with a group of like-minded people who love to sing. Whether you only sing in the bath or are already in a choir, everyone is welcome. There will be different songs in each session, so go to either or both.
For a schedule of activity and more information about the activity being provided visit www.ipswich.gov.uk/AAA or call Evie Dunbavin on 01473 433517