Buskers offered chance to perform at the Harris Flights

Posted on - 12th August, 2013 - 10:30am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Music

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The Harris Museum is on the lookout for buskers.

As part of the Harris Flights exhibition museum curators are appealing for musicians to get involved.

Samanthan Blackburn, cultural development manager at the Harris, said: “We have an active call-out for buskers – we are particularly looking for performers who are available during the weekday afternoons from 19 August to 13 September.”

Buskers will be able to accept donations but will not be paid by the council.

The Harris Flights are a temporary set of steps up the front of the Harris from the Flag Market for the next four weeks and will be home to exhibitions and performances.

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