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Livewire Rock Academy hosting School of Rock-themed concert in Great Dunmow on Saturday March 2





Livewire Rock Academy students are putting on a special School of Rock-themed concert to showcase their electrifying talents and raise funds for charity.

Musicians from the rock school - which has hubs in Bishop’s Stortford, Saffron Walden, Great Dunmow and Epping - will blast out tunes from the hit film and musical as well as tracks by the likes of AC/DC, Green Day, Olivia Rodrigo and many more.

The hour-long afternoon show, which takes place at Dunmow’s Foakes Hall on Saturday March 2, will give the players the chance to impress with their skills in electric guitar, bass and drums as they perform a dynamic setlist spanning classic rock anthems to contemporary hits.

Livewire Rock Academy
Livewire Rock Academy

Livewire Rock Academy, which is owned by Stortford musician and Uncle Funk’s Disco Inferno frontman Simon Baker, prides itself in nurturing musical talent among children and adults alike.

The gig will raise funds for Kids In Need, a charity dedicated to supporting children in the Dunmow community.

Tickets, priced £3, can be bought online at wegottickets.com (search for Livewire Rock Academy) or in person from Willet’s newsagent in High Street, Dunmow. There will be soft drinks and a snack bar. Doors open at 3pm and the concert starts at 3.30pm.



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