Fasten your seatbelts, return your tray tables to the upright position and prepare to blast off! The only residents there are the mad scientist Doctor Prospero, his daughter Miranda, and their robot Ariel. They were banished into hyperspace when Miranda was just a baby, and she has known no other world than this. Thursday 1 — Saturday 3 November at 7. Join us for an evening of entertainment and intrigue at our Halloween themed Masquerade Ball.
Featuring Live acts, music and a three course meal all in aid of Macmillan cancer Support. Tickets will be on sale soon. The choir was formed over 46 years ago and we are keeping a tradition alive. Songs from the musicals demonstrate another style as do spirituals and operatic renderings from Wagner and Schubert. Just to round things off there is even a sea shanty in the mix. I wanted to go deeper into the feelings and emotions that the personal connection to the battle, the soldiers, and remembering my uncle brought to me.
Music and poetry have a unique way of helping us to get closer to the thoughts and feelings of the soldiers. The voices, the words reach out to us from behind the grainy black and white images from so long ago. The exquisite Requiem Mass was first performed in Paris in Though much smaller in scale than most settings of the Requiem Mass, it is one of the most deeply felt. It is impossible not to be moved by the ethereal beauty of this miniature masterpiece.
On 4th November, one hundred years to the day that Wilfred Owen was killed, Shrewsbury Bookfest in collaboration with St. In the first half of the concert the Bookfest Remembers Choir, made up of schools and choirs across Shropshire, will perform works by local composer Caz Besterman with texts by Wilfred Owen and the other war poets.
These events have been designed for children, young people and families to commemorate and remember all those who fought in the First World War. Born in their native North West of England, Merry Hell is a folk-rock band with a history, pedigree and a seemingly bright future. In five short years, they have risen to become festival favourites and their four albums have found favour with critics, broadcasters and music fans alike, developing an enviable reputation for both their recorded work and live performances. The band have gathered a number of awards and nominations for best band, best live band and best album from magazines, radio shows and venues throughout the folk world!
To mark the ongoing centenary of the First World War, the award-winning modern folk music and storytelling trio Harp and a Monkey have been performing a new show and recorded an album in conjunction with it called War Stories. The performances feature both original songs and re-workings of traditional songs of the day, field recordings of people who lived through the war British and German , and the poignant, tragic and humorous anecdotes of band singer and bona-fide First World War expert Dr Martin Purdy.
On the eve of the Centenary of Armistice Day the Wilfred Owen Festival plays host to an evening of songs and music associated with the period of the First World War performed by the world famous Fron Choir and accompanied by the Porthywaen Silver Band The performance is even more poignant in that it will take place at Holy Trinity Church where Wilfred Owen was baptised. Yes, this is fiddle-led music that draws heavily from celtic dance forms and traditional song but from there on in it is unlike any folk band you have ever heard.
From funk grooves to middle-eastern melodies, afrobeat to north Indian rhythms.
The second is Joe Broughton Albion Band, Bellowhead, Joss Stone long established on the folk scene as the fieriest English fiddler and showman of his generation. Also an exceptional guitarist and mandolin player, in UFQ Joe deftly shares multi-instrumentalist duties often mid-song with Dan Walsh. The lineup is completed by Tom Chapman, widely considered to be the most accomplished and innovative cajonero the UK has to offer. With the vibrant and diverse Birmingham music scene as a fundamental influence, UFQ is a truly international band.
Foreign touring and globally- influenced music have been at the heart of what they do since day one, when in June their first four gigs took place in four different countries. It only gets wilder….
Get on your dancing shoes and boogie the night away. Virtuoso is an overused word, glibly littered around as a description of ability. Henry has made his name as a spellbinding exponent of the slide guitar augmented with show-stopping beatbox harmonica. True North is an eclectic collection highlighting the stand-out skills of this refreshingly modest musician — 11 tracks bridging blues, folk, country, Indian classical music and Americana — all edged with wafts of wanderlust borne out of global gigging.
Something akin to a heavily stamped musical passport. This is beguiling, hypnotic music with the ability to draws the listener into another world — a masterclass in virtuosity that is unhurried and almost spiritual. Come along and join us on the 17th of November to remember those who went before us, who sacrificed their lives so that we could live ours.
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Raising funds for the release of our new EP, "Cult". Promoting Frankwell's diverse organisations; restaurants, businesses, cafes, bars and community projects to a new, wider audience. Kelda is just a few months away from a place in Paralympic Team GB. Her goal is to win Gold and to inspire hundreds of other young people. A hub for young families in Wolverhampton providing a social and play space for parents and children, refreshments and a room for classes.
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We need a new one to clearly show who we are and what we do. Blackberry Fair celebrates 10 years of FUN this October on the streets of Whitchurch by turning the whole town into a stage!
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Blackberry Fair hopes to bring a taste of New Orleans to the streets Whitchurch this year along with an elephant sized slice of community! Freedom Wizard provide a service for wheelchair users to enable access to rugged Britain - taking care of transport, storage and service. To set up a computer suite at Conakry Refugee School so students and community members can learn skills that give them a brighter future.
RastaLabs is a virtual environment, designed to simulate a real-life corporate network. This page is to fund license requirements. We want to move our large mining wheel back onto the old pit site to create a monument for ex Littleton Miners and local fallen war heroes.
Coffee a new independent coffee shop coming to Shrewsbury - pledge and help make the refurbishment possible. We are seeking funding to build a new spectator shelter at Stafford Rangers Football Club. Known affectionately by the fans as the Shed End. The Guardianship Project aims to bring peace of mind and security to visitors to the club, to club members and their families.
Partner with us as we refurbish our new Unit to expand our training to young people and the long term unemployed in Motor Mechanics. Our aim is to improve facilities to provide additional training, workshops and talks to improve health and wellbeing for the local community. Printing of the second journal in a series following two female artists and the involvement of the community in celebrating local history. ProCrit are working with a number of organisations around the UK, helping the homeless and most vulnerable by providing substantial We need help with raising funds to pay for leaflets, banners and posters for our campaign to stand a candidate for this coming election.
Jack sadly died on his 17th Birthday! The Liberty team want to raise funds to support his funeral cost and develop a celebration of his life. I need a Soil Association Certificate to certify all my products organic, as I will not be allowed to sell them under the name organic. To design and publish a Fairtrade cookery book to raise money for a local charity for the homeless. Please help keep our singing for better breathing group going.
This is a project we are extremely passionate about, to introduce Cheetah to Hoo Farm and actively engage ourselves in these conservation.
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