Awe-inspiring violinist Lettice Rowbotham will be coming to Louth in February to perform at the Town Hall as part of a fundraising event for young suicide prevention charities.
The eccentric musician - who was labelled “the poshest contestant we’ve ever had” by Britain’s Got Talent judge David Walliams - found fame as a finalist on the ITV talent show earlier this year.
Lettice will come to Louth on Saturday February 28 next year to perform at the charity event, which has been organised by Reinvention Hair Salon owner Jak Bakewell to raise money for local young suicide prevention and family support charities.
Jak said: “Lettice will sound amazing in the Town Hall.
“She’s really posh but also down to earth, so she’ll appeal to everybody. She’s a really credible artist and it’ll definitely be a fun and impressive performance.”
It is expected that 300 tickets will be available for the event - further ticket information and pricing is yet to be confirmed.
Some local businesses have already got on board to support the event, but Jak is hoping that further business owners will come forward and get involved. Call Jak on 07825 994354 if you wish to express an interest in supporting the event.