DrumChasers Coming To The Cambridge Corn Exchange

DrumChasers tells the story of Mr Bennett, a caretaker in an old concert hall who looks after the instruments stored within its walls. However, one night, something happens, something loud and something otherworldly and he is transported to the land of the DrumChasers, a land of percussion where forbidden love struggles to be heard.

DRUMCHASERS is the new percussion spectacular from the creator of international success Noise Ensemble, coming to the Corn Exchange next month.

Ten fantastic percussionists and dancers take to the stage in an explosion of sound and light with a story of rivalry, romance and rhythm. Powerful and energetic, moving and funny, DrumChasers is a show for all ages promises an evening quite unlike anything you’ve seen before.

DrumChasers tells the story of Mr Bennett, a caretaker in an old concert hall who looks after the instruments stored within its walls. However, one night, something happens, something loud and something otherworldly and he is transported to the land of the DrumChasers, a land of percussion where forbidden love struggles to be heard.

Music Fix are delighted to announce that Stephen Fry has provided the narration for The Noiseland Tale as part of the DrumChasers spectacular!


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Written by acclaimed lyricist Jenna Donnelly of Audiofreaks, who have written songs for the likes of Lindsay Lohan, Olly Murs and both Kylie and Dannii Minogue, The Noiseland Tale provides the background to the action seen on stage and was described as “charming” by Stephen Fry at the recording.

INFO: Tickets �17 + �2 credit/debit fee per ticket.

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www.cornex.co.uk

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Time: 7.30pm

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