Tuesday 6 October
St Mary’s Church Warwick
Joglaresa celebrate 800 years since the signing of Magna Carta at Runnymede in 1215.
Director Belinda Sykes with Sianed Jones, Angela Hicks, Louise Morgan and Magnus Mehta sing rude songs about King John and also one by Richard the Lionhearted, accompanied on bagpipes, fidel, harp and percussion.
Tour and educational work supported using public funding by Arts Council England
This is the opening concert of Leamington Music’s Tenth Winter Season
Friday 9 October
Royal Pump Rooms LEAMINGTON
The Royal Quartet from Poland returns to Leamington for the sixth time. This concert will be dedicated to the memory of Peter Cropper of The Lindsays.
Bach The Art of Fugue, Haydn Quartet Op 76 No 2, Beethoven Quartet Op 132.
£20.00 and £18.00 reserved and £15.00 and £12.00 unreserved. Students and children £1.00. www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk
£20.00 and £16.00 reserved central block, £13.00 unreserved sides. www.royalspacentreandtownhall.co.uk
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