Festival Tickets now on sale

Tickets for the festival 31st-May to 2nd June, and for the Pride and Prejudice Ball (May 18th) are now on sale from either:

Worcester Live Box Office 01905 611427
or from:
http://www.worcsearly.eventbrite.co.uk (Booking fees apply)

Pride and Prejudice Ball; Saturday 18th May in the Guildhall, tickets £20

A Festival ticket for the following concerts is available before 1st May at £50

Friday 31st May 7.30pm: Musical and Amicables with Mark Baigent (oboe) in the Guildhall tickets £17 (£15 before 1st May)

Saturday 1st June: 1.00pm lunchtime concert Fontanella Recorder Consort in Old Saint Martins, Cornmarket, tickets £17 (£15 before 1st May)

Saturday June 1st 7.30pm Dowland Works in the Guildhall tickets £20 (£18 before 1st May)

Sunday 2nd June 3pm; Emily Askew Band, Old Saint Martins, Cornmarket £17 (£15 before 1st May)

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Dances for Twelfth Night 6th January Tea Dance

Brian Stanton will choose dances from the list below:

Auretti’s Dutch Skipper  (Thompson 1757)

The Delight of Sudbury (Thompson 1765)

The Comical Fellow (Thompson 1776)

The Duke of Kent’s Waltz (Cahusac 1801)

First of April  (Thompson 1780)

Fourpence Happenny Farthing (Playford 1709)

Indian Queen (Playford 1701)

Jacob Hall’s Jig  (Playford 1695)

Juice of Barley (Playford 1686)

The Leamington Dance  (Wheatstone 1811)

Lord of Carnarvon’s Jig  (Playford 1651)

My Lord Byron’s Maggot (Playford 1701)

The Old Whigg (Cahusac 1793)

The Prince of Wales Fancy (Caricature Fan 1792)

The Prince Regent (Anon 1815)

A School for Scandal (Thompson 1788)

Sir Roger de Coverly (Wilson 1816)

Upon a Summers Day (Playford 1651)

The Waggoner (Thompson 1793)

Young Phillis of Wakefield (Walsh 1715)Facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail

Outreach; June 2018

Our outreach programme enables us to broaden our audience base by offering opportunities to hear early music throughout the year in different settings. On Thursday June 21st, Make Music Day, we invited Ruth Hopkins and Sam Brown to the Commandery Museum where they played Elizabethan Lute songs to captivated audiences, young and not so young! Facebooktwittergoogle_plusmail