55+? Moving PIctures Easter Parade, Plus Lunch And A Dance Workshop on January 25th At The Courtyard Hereford!
We are putting on a Moving Pictures event for people aged 55+ at the Courtyard.
Antony Peebles.Photo reproduced with permission.
Ex-Trinity College Cambridge student and experienced performer and teacher, Antony Peebles, gave a splendid piano recital as part of the King’s School Ely Concert Series in the Hayward Theatre on Thursday.
Review of ‘The Railway Children’ By King’s Ely Junior School In The Hayward Theatre On Wednesday 23rd November 2016
Photo copyright Max Openshaw
The Kings School is known for its high standard of productions and the Junior School’s presentation of ‘The Railway Children’ was as delightful as expected.
Review Of The Czech National Symphony Orchestra In Cambridge Corn Exchange On Tuesday 15th November 2016
The concert given by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra in Cambridge Corn Exchange on Tuesday was splendid.
Britten Sinfonia Orchestra Photo copyright Harry Rankin
Elgar’s ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ in Ely Cathedral on Saturday was magnificent.
Review Of The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Alexander Shelley With Violin Soloist Carolin Widmann At Cambridge Corn Exchange On Saturday 28th October 2016
Photo taken and reproduced with permission from Lennard Ruehle
After a fascinating talk by James Williams, Managing Director of The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the orchestra gave a splendid concert in Cambridge Corn Exchange on Saturday.
Review Of The Concert Given By Ely Sinfonia And Martin Roscoe Concert In Ely Cathedral On Saturday 22nd October 2016
Ely Sinfonia members, under the directorship of Steve Bingham, were excellent on Saturday when they performed works by Bernstein, Gershwin and Aaron Copland in Ely Cathedral.
Review Of Chatteris Music Society’s Concert: The Budapest Café Orchestra In The Church Of St. Peter And St. Paul Chatteris On Saturday 8th October 2016
There is a very good reason why Chatteris Music Society is becoming more and more successful: it is providing fantastic concerts.
Review Of Cambridge Voices; Bach To The Bard In The Lady Chapel Of Ely Cathedral On Monday 29th August 2016
Ian de Massini, Cambridge Voices and The Orchestra of the Age of Reason are rare musicians of undoubted talent and exceptional perception.
Review of ‘The Building of Ely Cantata Eliensis’ in The Lady Chapel Ely Cathedral on Sunday 26 June 2016
The Cantata Eliensis tells the story of the building of Ely Cathedral.
Lesley Garrett and Sarah Macdonald
‘A Summer Celebration’ in Ely Cathedral last Saturday must be one of the major highlights of the year and it certainly celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir magnificently.
Photo copyright Mark Cooney from Spotted in Ely
Viva’s production of ‘Sweeney Todd’ at the Brook in Soham was a fine production.
I am delighted to be taking part in this concert at The Courtyard in Hereford on 27th and 28th May 2016.
A Review Of Dame Evelyn Glennie (percussion) In Conversation With Libby Purves And Accompanied By Philip Smith (piano) On Tuesday 26th April 2016 At The Corn Exchange In Cambridge
Dame Evelyn Glennie. Photo copyright Jim Callaghan
As part of the Cambridge Classical Concert Series, renowned percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie entertained an enthralled audience in the Corn Exchange in Cambridge on Tuesday 26th April 2016.
South African Gospel Choir Are Appearing At The Courtyard Hereford On Saturday 14 May At 7.30pm. A Free Workshop Will Be Held 4pm-5.30pm For Ticket Holders.
The majestic voices of the South African Gospel Choir will be performing at The Courtyard, Hereford on Saturday 14 May at 7.30pm.
I am a massive fan of Ralph Mctell as many of you know. He is appearing at The Royal Albert Hall on May 12th and I shall be going.
After an early marriage and divorce, I put all my energies into my work. I’m sure there are many single older women who did the same, and like me wonder when they retire if there is still time to find another partner.
Review of KD Theatre Production’s ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ In The Maltings, Ely on Saturday 2nd April 2016
Daniel Bell. Photo reproduced with permission from Andrew Burton
What a wonderful night’s entertainment! This familiar tale was retold with all that you need: excellent cast, lively up-dated music, amazing dancing and those corny gags so familiar to pantomime.
Review Of The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Concert Featuring Conductor Charles Dutoit And 'Cello Soloist Gautier Capuçon In The Cambridge Corn Exchange 1st April 2016
Gautier Capuçon Photo reproduced with permission from Andrew Burton
This 'Cambridge Live' first birthday celebration concert can be summarized in two words: 'positively exquisite'.
Review Of A Concert In The Cambridge Bachfest 2016 In St Columba’s United Reformed Church On Saturday 26th March 2016
Photo reproduced with permission from Andrew Burton
Ian de Massini and the Cambridge Voices are well known to Ely Cathedral for when they come their concert is quickly a sell-out and it is easy to see why. There is no doubt that Ian is a musical genius and it was he who inspired the Cambridge Bachfest last weekend.
How many times have you admired a ‘common,’ ‘green’ or formal ‘square’ in your life? Plenty, I’ll bet. Even amid many an urban sprawl of crowded houses, seemingly gasping for space, there appears a modest patch of green: a welcome, sometimes desperate lung, amidst the brick-work.
I was in a restaurant the other day with a friend. Looking round I said to her, 'Dear God! This place is full of old people!' Then I started to laugh. The diners were all around my age and maybe a little younger!
We were on our way back from a gig with a trip home of 150 miles or so. As is often the case on these late night journeys, we were reviewing the night's business: how we'd been received, how the audience had been, how energetic the dancers had been (for their age!), how loud that group over in the corner had been, etc.
The Women’s Institute, Townswomen’s Guild, University of the Third Age, Rotary, Probus, Inner Wheel, Tangent, Friendship Circles … Ever wondered what it’s like to be a Guest Speaker at one of these groups?
Yes this week, Children’s BBC – the live links in between the shows – turned 30. Two weeks after Phillip Schofield went on air in 1985, I went for an audition at the TV Centre and was told shortly after afterwards that I’d be stepping in when Phillip needed cover.
Laithwaite's Wine are hosting their flagship event Laithwaite's LIVE in London next week, and it's set to be their biggest and best yet. In celebration of founder Tony Laithwaite's 50th year in wine, they are pulling out all the stops and bringing over 100 winemakers from 15 countries and dozens of regions. It will take place at the marvellous Great Halls of Vinopolis, sadly for the last time before moving venue next year, so don't miss out!
Janice said she would like to hear more from me so you can blame her for this! I was widowed almost 5 years ago after a long and very happy marriage. I felt lost and bereft and felt my life was over.
There was such a sad story in the paper earlier this week which someone shared on Facebook. A man of 98 and hie wife of 86 were found shot dead in their home in France. Early signs indicate it was a murder-suicide.
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