Thursday 6 July- Pop-up Opera in the Great Barn
After our sellout opera evening in the Granary in 2016, we are delighted to present a full opera in the much larger sixteenth century Tithe Barn in the grounds of the medieval moated Headstone Manor.
Il matrimonio segreto is an 18th century Italian comic opera with the influence of Mozart in the music. Filled with comic intrigues and confusions, the story is about following your heart and makes a perfect summer opera filled with the special Pop-up Opera humour, sparkle and fun. Pop-up Opera is an innovative touring opera company dedicated to making opera enjoyable and inviting without losing the quality of the musical performance. You will be welcomed with a non-alcoholic cocktail and the ticket price includes finger food. Wine, spirits and beer are available from the bar run by The Great Barn, and a donation of £2 will be made to the hospice for each glass of wine sold. Early bird prices start from £30.
Saturday 8 July - North London Military Wives Choir plus Tonic Choir and Entertaining People, Harrow School Speech Room
Doors open at 7pm for guests to enjoy drinks on the terrace with views over Harrow, in the beautiful War Memorial Building and upstairs in the historic Old Harrovian Room.
The music will start at 8pm, a concert of classics and the latest repertoire of the North London Military Wives Choir, founded to bring women in the military community closer together through singing following the success of Gareth Malone’s TV programme and recording in 2011. Their latest performances have included Stronger Together, Bring Him Home, Rule the World, Make You Feel My Love, Annie’s Song and a Vera Lynn medley.There will also be a performance by Tonic Choir and Entertaining People. There will be an interval and an opportunity for the audience to sing too. Early bird prices start from £20.
Saturday 22 July - The London Handel Players
Violinist Adrian Butterfield will lead his Baroque String Quartet, The London Handel Players, in the church of St Lawrence, Whitchurch Lane, Little Stanmore HA8 6QQ. This concert will include masterpieces by Handel, Bach and Telemann and their illustrious contemporaries. The concert will take place at the iconic church of St Lawrence in Little Stanmore, for which Handel composed his Chandos Anthems three hundred years ago. Doors open at 7pm. Drinks available in the church hall before the performance and during the interval concert commences at 7.30pm. Early bird prices start from £20.
Tickets for all concerts can be purchased at the door. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 020 8382 8018