Stage Music

Invited local performers will be filmed on our stage for full shows and slotted in here.

Local favourites, That Eighties Band haven't been lazing around whilst unable to perform to an audience for the past few months and The Quay has captured a show LIVE on our stage especially for you to watch free at home!

Discover why this ever-popular act are almost continuously booked up during better times as they take you through some 80s classics!

Premieres on 24th October - 7.15pm - FREE

Chris sang as a Chorister between the ages of 7 - 15, and in his early thirties joined Sudbury Light Operatic Society (then SLOS - now SMS, Sudbury Musicals Society).  

Dark Ivy are a new young band formed just before Lockdown 2020.

All band members are aged 14 and go to St Benedict's in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

All of the songs are written by the band and is original content. This is their first live performance on stage and they had an amazing time performing on the night.

Nathan White: Lead vocals and rhythm guitar

Sam Sablevicius: Lead Guitar

 

Laura is an award-winning Musical theatre performer who works in London but was bought up in the heart of Suffolk and was absolutely delighted to be asked back to the Quay, a place where her passion for performing began.

After receiving a first-class degree in Musical Theatre from the prestigious Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Laura has gone on to perform in some very prestigious productions including Sunday in The Park with George (The Other Palace) and Amour (Charing Cross Theatre).

From a very young age, Serena has always had a passion for singing, building up her experience and knowledge with talent shows, school productions and, more recently, being introduced to record labels, where some of her tracks are available on iTunes.

Serena has had her original singles played on BBC Introducing in Essex. She has worked as a session singer and session recording musician since 2014 in various bands, including a 10 piece blues/soul band. She also performed as "Rusty" in Footloose at The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds.

Local singer/songwriter, Izzy Nutton's music is free-spirited with a new take on contemporary and universal issues and interpersonal relationships. Mixing folk sensibilities with extraordinary and unique vocals - lose yourself in this passionate music for our times.

Gen's distinctive vocal and lyrically-captivating, catchy soft-rock and genre-spanning tunes set her apart. An up-and-coming local talent with a natural ability for songwriting and performance, Gen has been plugging away at her music for some years, despite her tender age!

 

Influences:

Fleetwood Mac
Bruce Springsteen
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Hozier
Joni Mitchell
Prince