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Unspotted Snow

Unspotted Snow
By Peter Arnott
A Mull Theatre production
Friday 26th April
7.30pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s

A light-hearted theatrical romp from Mull Theatre featuring starvation, scurvy, cannibalism… and some jolly tunes!

 UNSPOTTED SNOW is based on the ill-fated 1845 Sir John Franklin expedition to discover the North-West passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific and its extraordinary 170-year legacy. Set partly on the barren ice floes of the Arctic and partly in the stultifying drawing room of Lady Jane Franklin, Unspotted Snow is a ripping yarn - a bold and adventurous tale of tragedy, mishap, folly, arrogance, madness and betrayal, Victorian heroism ... and ruthless news management.
Join us to explore and discover the hazy, crazy half-truths, rumours and scandals that besmirched the unspotted snow of the great white north.

Mull Theatre, has taken more than 40 major projects to more than 300 venues – from Shetland, through Orkney, on almost every island off the west coast, down every highway and byway, on isolated peninsulas and in secluded glens – you name it, they’ve been there. 

“Yet rarely in Scottish theatre can there have been a more perfect match between company and script; and if you simply want a good theatrical night…they finally send the audience off into the night with the warm feeling of having had a memorably good laugh”

Joyce McMillan THE SCOTSMAN (On Whisky Galore)

Prices:
  • Students (£5.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • General Admission (£12.00)

Date: 26/04/2019

Space Base: The Secrets of Space

Space Base: The Secrets of Space

With Generation Science
Monday 6th May (rescheduled from February )
11am
£6

Ages 7-12

SPACE BASE: SECRETS OF SPACE, is a planetarium workshop show that explores the wonders of our solar system, the scope and scale of the universe and our place within it. Starting with the movements of the sun across the sky, you’ll find out how scientists historically observed the movement of stars and planets to create theories about the formation of the solar system.

After exploring the solar system in more detail - our solar system’s structure has a star (our sun) at the centre, with planets, dwarf planets, asteroids, comets and satellites all moving in approximately circular paths around it -  we’ll then look at how scientists observe celestial bodies today. Lots of interesting facts and interesting things to look at!

Please note, children only for this show, no adults – it takes place in a specially designed touring structure which can only accommodate 30 children, plus the two workshop leaders.

Price: General Admission £6.00

Date: 06/05/2019

Marie

Perth Theatre at Horsecross Arts presents
House of Mirth’s production of
MARIE
Wednesday 8th May 8pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s

There’s two rules. First, the person you choose must be dead. And second, you have to be dressed up to get in.

It’s Thursday night in the Prince Arthur and their latest theme night is in full swing. Landlady Liz is run off her feet, whilst husband Barry struggles to get into his new costume. Elsewhere in London, a young woman from Edinburgh steps off a train, determined to make her dreams a reality.

Fast-paced and irreverent, Marie is a darkly comic new play inspired by the life of Mary Queen of Scots, but given a distinctly modern twist!

Created by Sarah MacGillivray
Directed by Phil Bartlett

… wonderfully mesmerising and darkly comic one-woman show... a joy to watch from start to finish'
REVIEWS HUB

 

"... Marie, a drama which, although not from the stable of A Play, a Pie and a Pint, very well might have been (not least because it is set largely in a pub). Written by Sarah MacGillivray and Phil Bartlett, the piece is a modest, witty, sometimes touching monodrama loosely based on the life of Mary Queen of Scots.

MacGillivray plays a young Scottish woman who arrives in latter day London to conquer, not the crown, but the West End stage and the fame-giving screen. She ends up working in a struggling boozer in which “history night” (in which punters dress and perform as dead historical figures) is proving to be good for business. Playing not only Marie, but also publicans Liz and Barry, MacGillivray gives a performance of, by turns, comic caricature, engaging interior monologue and, ultimately, keen portrayal of mental distress. Too small in scale, perhaps, to truly express all of its themes, it is, nevertheless, a strong performance of an intriguing little play."  MARK BROWN: THE HERALD

  Book Online

Prices:
  • Students (£5.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • General Admission (£12.00)

Date: 08/05/2019

Les Fils Canouche

Les Fils Canouche
Thursday 9th May 8pm
£13/£11/£5 U26s

Gypsy Swing/Django/Jazz, LES FILS CANOUCHE blur the musical and temporal boundaries of gypsy swing…

This exuberant band of gypsy jazz explorers will transport you to their offbeat, unique universe of world music with the relentless rhythm of unleashed and sensual tangos, good old gypsy swing, Spanish rumbas, bossas and music from the east in a virtuosic, acoustic evening of pure pleasure!

Fronted by Xavier Margogne on rhythm guitar, LES FILS CANOUCHE, who regularly tour all over France and Europe, features the stellar French musicians Samuel Thézé on bass clarinet, Maxime Perrin on accordion and Stéphane Cozic on double bass.

This will be a brilliant night of top class world music – don’t miss!

09/05/2019 Les Fils Canouche Birnam Arts

Prices:
  • Under 26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (£11.00)
  • General Admission (£13.00)

Date: 09/05/2019

The Hard Road to Everest: Doug Scott CBE

The Hard Road to Everest
Mountaineering talk by Doug Scott CBE
Saturday 11th May 8pm
£13/£11/£5 U16s

Legendary mountaineer Doug Scott’s fascinating insight into how a lad born in Nottingham, during the darkest days of WW2, got into climbing on the Black Rocks in Derbyshire, aided with nothing but his mother’s clothes line, and how this led him to Everest in 1975.

Doug and Dougal Haston became the first Britons to reach the summit of Everest as lead climbers on Chris Bonington’s epic expedition to the mountain’s south-west face, surviving the highest bivouac ever – without bottled oxygen, sleeping bags and, as it turned out, frostbite. For Doug Scott, it was the fulfilment of a fortune-teller’s prophesy given to his mother: that her eldest son would be in danger in a high place with the whole world watching!

Returning home national heroes, Scott went on to become one of Britain’s greatest ever mountaineers, pioneering new climbs in the remotest corners of the globe in a career that has spanned the 60s golden age of mountain climbing through to the lightweight alpinism  of the 70s and 80s.

Proceeds from the evening will support the work of Community Action Nepal www.canepal.org.uk and includes a sale of Nepalese goods and an auction of a signed, framed mountaineering print. Doug will show a short video about CAN and update the audience about the post-earthquake reconstruction of CAN’s projects.  He will also be signing copies of his posters and books.

 

 

Prices:
  • U16s (£5.00)
  • Concession (£11.00)
  • General Admission (£13.00)

Date: 11/05/2019

Little Top

Little Top
By Starcatchers and Superfan
Wednesday 15th May 1.30pm
Adults £7 Children £5

Starcatchers, Scotland’s National Arts and Early Years Organisation and SUPERFAN, Ellie Dubois and Kim O’Donohoe, creators of LITTLE TOP, present a magical first circus experience for babies aged 0 – 18 months and their adults. At a time in their development when young children are discovering their own physicality and the pleasures and perils of gravity, Little Top invites babies to experience spectacular balances, astonishing tumbles and inventive juggling in a colourful, cosy and welcoming set that miniaturises the magic of the Big Top.
Professional circus acrobats, acro-balancers and jugglers perform up close in babies’ line of sight, making eye contact, and interacting and responding to their young audience. Babies and adults alike are transported into a playful, joyous, upside down, topsy-turvy world where people can fly, patterns fill the air and anything is possible.

Prices:
  • Babies/Toddlers (£5.00)
  • Adults (£7.00)

Date: 15/05/2019

A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil

A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil
Horsehead Theatre
Saturday 18th May
8pm
£12 adult, £10 concession

*Warning – this play contains very strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.  Suitable for age 14yrs+ only.*

A TALE ETCHED IN BLOOD AND HARD BLACK PENCIL - when a double murder reunites the classmates of St Elizabeth’s Primary School, scores are settled, debts are repaid and alliances forged.  Twenty years have passed, but will those bonds still hold fast?  

In this hilarious Scottish black comedy, Horsehead Theatre takes a nostalgic look at school days filled with psycho teachers, class jokers and playground feuds - all set to a cracking 70s/80s soundtrack!

Following their 2017 sell-out run at Edinburgh Fringe and at Bloody Scotland, the international Crime Writing Festival, Horsehead Theatre are touring award-winning Chris Brookmyre’s A Tale Etched In Blood And Hard Black Pencil in 2019… Brookmyre is a fan of Horsehead’s show, calling it an “utterly brilliant adaptation”.

Prices:
  • Concession (60+/Unemployed/Disabled/U18s) (£10.00)
  • General Admission (£12.00)

Date: 18/05/2019

Phill Jupitus: Sassy Knack

Off the Kerb Productions and Beyond present
Phill Jupitus – Sassy Knack
Sunday 19th May
Doors 7.30pm
Tickets £18.50 (Includes £2.50 booking fee)
Age 14+: likely to be swearing and adult content. 
 

Join stand-up comedian, poet, improviser, and TV stalwart Phill Jupitus for over an hour of tales, laughs and diversions. Watch in delight and/or horror as this experienced funny man drags laughs out of the chaos of his own life. Since last touring Scotland, Phill Jupitus has upped sticks and moved there. In this new show SASSY KNACK, Phill shares yarns and thoughts from his time North of Hadrian’s Wall. 

Adult themes and situations but delivered childishly.

"… a true comic talent" - Manchester Evening News

Price: General Admission £18.50

Date: 19/05/2019

Macbeth

Macbeth: Verdi 
Tayside Opera
Thursday 23rd May
7.30 pm
£15/£10/£7 U16s & Students

NB: THIS PERFORMANCE IS AT 7.30PM, NOT 8PM, AS STATED IN THE NEW BROCHURE

Performed in English

Verdi’s MACBETH is a four act opera with an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave,  but performed tonight in English, based on Shakespeare's play of the same name. Written for the Teatro della Pergola in Florence, it was Verdi's tenth opera and premiered on 14 March 1847. Macbeth was the first Shakespeare play that Verdi adapted for the operatic stage. Almost twenty years later, Macbeth was revised and expanded in a French version performed in Paris on 19 April 1865.

The first version of Macbeth was completed during the time which Verdi described as his galley years, which ranged over a period of 16 years, and one which saw the composer produce 22 operas. By the standards of the subject matter of almost all Italian operas during the first fifty years of the 19th century, Macbeth was highly unusual.

 

Prices:
  • U16s/Students (£7.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • General Admission (£15.00)

Date: 23/05/2019

Transforming Scotland's Heartland

Friday  24th May
 
7PM – 9:30PM
£6.50 (towards the cost of refreshments)

Transforming Scotland’s heartland

Join John Muir Trust staff, trustees and members for a social gathering (a prelude to the Trust’s AGM the following day) over light refreshments including canapés, wine and local ale.

 

Renowned nature writer Jim Crumley will welcome us to the area before we hear from Liz Auty, the Trust’s land manager for nearby East Schiehallion and from some of the other organisations involved in the Heart of Scotland Forest Partnership. Award winning playwright Lesley Wilson will also treat us to a performance of her work, ‘The Land That Forgot’, before time to mingle and browse displays from local John Muir Award participants.

Photo Credit: Polly Pullar

Price: Free £0.00

Date: 24/05/2019

The Dark Carnival: Unplugged

The Dark Carnival: Unplugged
Vanishing Point
Thursday 30th May 8pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s

Who’d have thought, that when we died, we didn’t die completely?
Our consciousness goes on a bit. It lingers on, discreetly.

THE DARK CARNIVAL: UNPLUGGED is an informal, rousing music and theatre show: with songs, storytelling and a free (though not compulsory!) glass of whisky for everyone, it tells the story of newcomers to the afterlife who are surprised to discover that death is not actually the end. Incredulous at their continuity, they form their own necropolitan community where every night is party night.
But a mysterious event throws the lives of the dead into uncertainty - when news reaches the cemetery, an underground revolution begins, led by the stoical Mrs Mark and her band of necropolitans.

 

Based on the recent five-star theatre spectacular The Dark Carnival, this new ‘unplugged’ version features Biff Smith (lead singer of A New International  on acoustic guitar and narrator Robert Jack telling the story of the residents of Dickinsons Brae cemetery - a love story that spans life and death and a celebratory, heart-warming night out. 
Inspired by Weimar cabaret, danse macabre, Kurt Weill and Lionel Bart, the songs find themselves in a musical space somewhere in between Leonard Cohen and The Muppets.

Sponsored by The Famous Grouse

Conceived, written and directed by Matthew Lenton
Songs and lyrics and music by Biff Smith
Created by Vanishing Point

… each and everyone sings out for the great refusal, and for the joy of life itself. ***** THE HERALD

Prices:
  • Students (£5.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • General Admission (£12.00)

Date: 30/05/2019

Songs Without Frontiers

Songs Without Frontiers
Saturday 15th June 8pm
£10/£5 U16s

FUNDRAISING PERFORMANCE FOR THE CAMPHILL COMMUNITY AT CORBENIC.

A joyful evening of singing featuring le Choeur à Couer (Choir of the Heart), with our own Just Singin’ and the Corbenic Music Ensemble.
Le Choeur à Couer was created twelve years ago in Oloron-Sainte-Marie, south-west France, as a celebration of community singing.  Originally formed to raise funds for a local hospital, their success has led their ensemble to venues across France and beyond, and now here, to Birnam in Scotland. 

Led by Odile Chauvin, a Professor of Song, and with a repertoire ranging from secular songs to sacred music, gospel, and many languages of traditional folk, SONGS WITHOUT FRONTIERS reaches out through the joyous power of the human voice to create a community of song wherever they go. Our friends at the wonderful Camphill Community at Corbenic have joined forces with Birnam Arts’ own Just Singin’ group to welcome the Choir of the Heart for what promises to be a magical night – please do join us for this good cause, and enjoy a welcoming glass of wine with after-show nibbles!

Prices:
  • U16s (£5.00)
  • General Admission (£10.00)

Date: 15/06/2019

549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War

Wonder Fools presents
549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War
Sunday 16th June 8pm
£12/£5 U26s 

COMRADES OF THE INTERNATIONAL BRIGADE: YOU CAN GO PROUDLY. YOU ARE HISTORY.
YOU ARE LEGEND.

1936: In villages, towns and cities across Scotland, 549 lives are gradually intertwining.

People of contrasting backgrounds, ideologies and religions; spurred on by their burning passion for equality and freedom, they will form the Scottish ranks of the Spanish Civil War’s legendary International Brigade.

2017: The country is divided. In a small pub in Prestonpans, East Lothian, four millennials are told a story; the true story of four local miners who, 80 years ago, travelled from the streets of Prestonpans to the valleys of Spain. They gave up everything that was familiar: for a land that was not, for a people they had never met and for a cause they believed was right. 

549, a play with songs and storytelling is a timely and important insight into one of Scotland’s almost forgotten conflicts.

Please note: Strong language, re-enactment of war, loud noises, 14+ 

There is a special thrill in seeing the play performed, this week, in Prestonpans Town Hall, a building these men would have known well, in front of the kind of local audience, reliving part of their own history, that has been thin on the ground in Scottish theatre since the demise of 7:84 Scotland and Wildcat 

★★★★ JOYCE MCMILLAN, THE SCOTSMAN

Prices:
  • U26s (£5.00)
  • General Admission (£12.00)

Date: 16/06/2019

Grupo Magnético

Grupo Magnético
Thursday 20th June 8pm
£16/£8 U26s

Hailed as one of the most exciting new voices in Latin music, GRUPO MAGNÉTICO started their journey in Edinburgh over 10 years ago when musicians from Salsa Celtica and other UK based salsa and jazz musicians were drawn together by a mutual love of classic 1970’s salsa, and an obsession to play homage to the music of their heroes. 

Directed by Toby Shippey, the band started out with a regular Edinburgh gig and, in what became a legendary 10 year residency, developed their own set and sound.  As their reputation grew, they were fortunate to work with an incredible collection of musicians, including singers Lino Rocha and Ricardo Fernandez Pompa and members of the iconic bands who had first inspired them.

Grupo Magnético’s debut album Positivo, tracked live in Scotland and then mixed in New York by Grammy award-winning producer Aaron Levinson, was released in 2018 on the highly acclaimed Scottish label Athens of the North. The album has been met with universal love and respect from DJs worldwide, including Radio 6’s Gilles Peterson and Craig Charles and has been included in many music critics’ Latin and salsa highlights of 2018. Tracks including Vampiras and their cover of Papa Was a Rolling Stone have become hits in salsa clubs as far afield as New York and Cali, Colombia.

Wow. Sounds like '74 downtown NY Fania Records... Absolutely brilliant…  BBC Radio 6 Music: Gilles Peterson

…. a scintillating, salsa-focused cover of ‘Papa Was a Rolling Stone’ by Scotland's Grupo Magnético…   BBC Radio 6 Music: The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show

NB: Limited seating – please request by phone if needed.

Prices:
  • U26s (£8.00)
  • General Admission (£16.00)

Date: 20/06/2019

Strathbraan Documentary

Strathbraan Documentary, with John Martin and Ann Lindsay
Sunday 30th June
2pm/4.30pm/8pm

Free entry – donation welcome

Building upon an earlier audio guide which local Dunkeld author Ann Lindsay produced, Cambridge-based film-maker John Martin has been working with Ann to produce a documentary about Perthshire’s beautiful STRATHBRAAN, a place that holds a fascination for John.

The strath’s famous River Braan runs from Loch Freuchie to Dunkeld and has many a story to tell, which Ann has previously told in words and music, but now John has teamed up with Ann to re-tell the story in video and pictures.

With stunning drone and camcorder footage of the strath, filmed in 4k Ultra High Definition, plus music provided by Pete Clark and others, this will be a wonderful opportunity for locals and anyone with an interest in Perthshire’s Strathbraan to see it from a perspective never seen before.

Both John and Ann will be present at the showings and look forward to answering any questions. John has generously donated the film to Birnam Arts and asks for any donations made on the way out to go towards the upkeep of this community centre.

See two trailers of the film at: http://www.strathbraan.net/

Price: General Admission £0.00

Date: 30/06/2019

National Youth Jazz Orchestra Scotland

Friday 19 July 8pm
£15 Adult  £10 Conc. £6 Under 26s

Guest Artist: Trumpet & Flugelhorn: Yazz Ahmed
Music Director/Piano & Keys: Malcolm Edmonstone
Principal Conductor/Drums & Percussion: Andrew Bain

19.7.19 NYJOS Birnam Arts

Year in and out, NYOS Jazz Orchestra continues to enjoy prestigious performance opportunities, both nationally and internationally, under the directorship of Malcolm Edmonstone and Andrew Bain, and this year is no different, with the orchestra making its debut appearance at the Sligo Jazz Festival, as part of a tour to Northern Ireland and Eire.

Before that, the orchestra will, of course, be performing in Scotland, including their annual participation in the Fèis an Eilein on the Isle of Skye, followed by its second visit to the state-of-the-art New Auditorium at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.

Guest artists make an immeasurable contribution to the NYOS Jazz Programme and we are thrilled to welcome trumpet player Yazz Ahmed to inspire our students with her exceptional musicianship and flair.

 “The outstanding ability of every musician was more than evident as the orchestra played to the enchanted audience” Aberdeen Press and Journal

 

Prices:
  • Under 26s (£6.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • General Admission (£15.00)

Date: 19/07/2019

Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado about Nothing
The Three Inch Fools
Sunday 21st July 8pm
£12 adult/£6 U18/£30 family (2+2)/Free for under-10s

Presenting an inventive take on Shakespeare’s MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - a rip-roaring comedy of quarrels, deceptions and a frustratingly stupid man called Dogberry, The Three Inch Fools are an innovative touring theatre company, acclaimed for their fast-paced and musically driven approach to Shakespeare.

With a reputation for staging bold and vibrant productions, using all sorts of different instruments, plenty of multi-roling and many a quick costume change along the way, The Three Inch Fools soundtrack moves between folk music and world music to classical, rock, pop and opera - and everywhere in between!

Birnam Arts | Sunday 21st July | 8pm

Inspired by the tradition of a travelling troupe of players, performing at interesting, historic and quirky locations across the land, The Three Inch Fools are in their fifth year of touring, having so far performed at over 100 venues, and to almost 35,000 audience members, including castles, gardens, stately homes, historic barns, National Trust properties, village greens, churches, museums, arts centres, and this year, at Balmoral and Sandringham… to the Fools, all the world really is a stage.

Hamlet by The Three Inch Fools - totally worth getting totally soaked for :)”

Prices:
  • Under 10s (£0.00)
  • U18 (£6.00)
  • General Admission (£12.00)
  • Family (2+2) (£30.00)

Date: 21/07/2019

Chris Difford: Up The Junction Tour

Chris Difford
Up the Junction Tour 2019
Saturday 3rd August 8pm
£16
Ages 14+

sometimes I do gigs on my own, sometimes I do them with a band called SQUEEZE

 CHRIS DIFFORD is a rare breed, co-founder of SQUEEZE, Grammy nominated and double Ivor Novello Award winning lyricist, who has brought us characters and sketches from everyday life, and has successfully turned the mundane into the beautiful, the urbane into the exquisite for over 40 years.

With his collaborator, Squeeze co-founder Glenn Tilbrook, Chris has written some of the most enduring and best-loved songs of our time such as Up The Junction, Cool For Cats and Labelled With Love, Tempted and many others. Squeeze returned with a new album The Knowledge in October 2017, followed by extensive world-wide touring into 2018.

Apart from this extensive UK solo gig tour, setting aside Squeeze, Chris also hosts song-writing retreats, and has done so for over 25 years, some in prisons, some in rehabs, but mostly in Somerset with the Buddy Holly Foundation. He is one of the country's most respected songwriters and has co-written with a host of musicians and performers that reads like a veritable who's who of the industry.

Enjoy, enjoy!!

Price: General Admission £16.00

Date: 03/08/2019

Nancy Sleekit and Howard's Revenge

Splinters Productions present
Nancy Sleekit and Howard’s Revenge
By Donald Campbell
With Anna Hepburn and Finlay McLean
Friday 9th August 8pm
£12/£10/£5 U26s

A double-bill of captivating Victorian entertainments, NANCY SLEEKIT, played by Anna Hepburn, is not a woman to be meddled with… recently widowed, she regales us in colourful, expressive Scots with tales of her three husbands - and of their many failings and untimely ends, while HOWARD’S REVENGE, played by Finlay McLean, tells the story of Irish actor-manager JB Howard, who is engaged by the Theatre Royal to perform the role of Rob Roy MacGregor – but behind the scenes lurks a conspiracy, and a story of skullduggery soon surfaces!

 

Anna Hepburn has worked in TV, film and with various theatre companies throughout Scotland, including Dundee Rep, the Byre Theatre, The Lyceum, Perth Rep, Prime Productions and Stella Quines, and toured Ireland and Canada with her Fringe First one-woman play, Consider the Lilies.

Finlay McLean has worked extensively in theatre, including Marlowe Theatre Canterbury, the Byre Theatre, The Arches, numerous TV productions, including Rebus, Taggart, Waterloo Road, Burnistoun and Scot Squad, and a number of films including Senseless, Regeneration and Hector.

… a spellbinding performance… THE HERALD (on Anna Hepburn, Consider the Lilies)
Finlay McLean’s performance… is convincing and accomplished THE STAGE (on Wendlebury)

Prices:
  • U26s (£5.00)
  • Concession (£10.00)
  • General Admission (£12.00)

Date: 03/08/2019

A Chorus in a Day: The Armed Man Choral Suite

A Chorus In a Day!
The Armed Man Choral Suite by Karl Jenkins
With Colleen Nicoll and Andrew Johnston
Saturday 17th August
10am-4pm
£25

A must for anyone who loves choral singing, or for anyone who just likes to sing fabulous music in a group situation - you don’t need to be especially musical, or able to read music, but just enjoy making music! Karl Jerkins’ ARMED MAN, subtitled A Mass for Peace, is one the most loved pieces of modern choral repertoire, with beautiful haunting melodies and exciting harmonies - it’s a treat to sing for experienced singers and for those wishing to try choral singing for the first time.

Come and explore this beautiful music with professional musicians and workshop leaders, soprano Colleen Nicoll and pianist Andrew Johnston. This will be a great day for either experienced singers who want to develop their technique, or for those who just fancy giving it a go. There will be a short performance for family and friends, and for any member of the public who wishes to attend, at the end of the day at 3.45pm.

A soup and sandwich lunch is included in the day: Please book well ahead for this workshop.

Price: General Admission £25.00

Date: 17/08/2019

 

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