Diva dives in to sing for Norfolk Glitterati Ball

Award-winning soprano Emma Nuule will perform at Wolterton Hall charity event

Emma Nuule, the award-winning soprano, has agreed to perform at the Glitterati Ball to be held at Wolterton Hall on June 11, in aid of Norfolk-based charity Hospice Ethiopia UK.  Emma will sing a mix of classical arias and favourites from musicals to greet guests as they arrive.

“This is such a brilliant charity, I’m really delighted to be able to support it,” she says.  “And what a fantastic event it promises to be!”

Emma joins an exciting programme of entertainments including a chamber music recital, an auction of promises, a champagne reception and a three-course buffet meal, a wine bar and a live dance band – all happening in the stunning environs of Wolterton’s state rooms.

“It’s just wonderful news that Emma has agreed to perform for the Ball,” says Sue Mumford, chair of Hospice Ethiopia UK.  “We are so grateful to all our entertainers, and to our army of volunteers, and to all the businesses and supporters who are helping us stage the Glitterati Ball.  It should be a brilliant evening and every penny we raise will go towards this incredibly worthy cause.”

Tickets are just £65, or just £50 for those taking advantage of the early bird discount, which is available until April 15th.  They can be booked via Eventbrite (go to Eventbrite.co.uk and search Glitterati Ball or click here.) 

The Glitterati Ball is being held at Wolterton Hall by kind permission of owners Peter Sheppard and Keith Day.  Sir Norman Lamb is the patron of the event.

To find out more about the event visit hospiceethiopia.org.uk or the Glitterati Ball’s Eventbrite page.   Alternatively email info@hospiceethiopia.org.uk.

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More information:

Tim Morgan, The Publicity Works – tim@publicityworks.biz / 01263 761000 / 07947 280137

Sue Mumford, Hospice Ethiopia UK – info@hospiceethiopia.org.uk / 01263 768699


The Glitterati Ball, Wolterton Hall, Saturday June 11th beginning at 7.30pm.  Carriages at midnight.  Dress as formal (or informal) as you like! 

Hospice Ethiopia UK is run entirely by volunteers whose sole aim is to raise much-needed funds for Hospice Ethiopia.  Every penny raised goes to the Hospice.