The Concerts

October 2015

Brief details of concerts are shown below. Click on the title of the concert for more information and cast list.

Our Next Concert

June 2016: Crowning Glories

Click on the link above for details of our celebration of the 90th official birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Previous Concerts

October 2015: Hats Off

We were delighted to repeat this concert, previously performed with the same cast in August 2013. Rachel, Martyn, Cassie & Selwyn were joined once more by special guests Leon Berger (baritone) and Robert Osborne (clarinet).

July 2014 : Vive la France!

A musical celebration of all things French... A century of song from Piaf to Coward, from opera to music hall, from Gigi to Les Misérables. Featuring special guest Leon Berger.

August 2013 : Hats Off

An evening of fun & nostalgia celebrating the careers and musical variety of Michael Flanders & Donald Swann, led by special guest Leon Berger and featuring Robert Osborne.

February 2013 : This Thing Called Love

A Valentine's Day musical celebration, from euphoric to cynic, from curmudgeon to sweetheart; from the Victorian era to the present day; from Coward to Grenfell, from Porter to Sondheim.

June 2012 : Radio Times

A concert of the music of sixty years earlier in All Saints Church, Weston Longville, as part of the village celebrations of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee.

December 2011 : Let's all go to the Music Hall

An evening at the Music Hall in Weston Longville Village Hall: the final event before the hall was demolished to make way for the building of the new Hall for All.

December 2009 : And then they wrote...

The music of Michael Flanders & Donald Swann, led by special guest Leon Berger and featuring Robert Osborne.

May 2009 : Glamorous Nights

The music of Ivor Novello & Noel Coward, presented in All Saints Weston Longville as part of its Bank Holiday Flower Festival. With special guest Leon Berger.

October 2008 : Lullaby of Broadway

An evening's entertainment in The Parson Woodforde Public House, Weston Longville.