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Advance Tickets: Adults  £12.50 each.  Under 25 years £10.00 (booking fee applies) Licensed bar. Doors open at 7.00pm

On the door on the night tickets will cost £16.00 and £13.00 respectively.

Regular attendees of our events  will be aware that we have a limited number of wheelchair/accessible seats and therefore in an effort to make it fair for all concerned we are asking friends and family to book a seat in the row behind – Row A .

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Queens Elizabeth I and Elizabeth II both reigned during astonishingly rich and golden ages of musical composition. This concert celebrates English choral music, both sacred and secular, written during their times on the throne.

Madrigals and motets by William Byrd, Thomas Tallis and Thomas Morley are contrasted with works by Benjamin Britten, Ralph Vaughan Williams and James MacMillan. The second half in particular is taken from two song collections offered to the two queens – The Triumphs of Oriana in 1601, A Garland for the Queen in 1953 – and from Britten’s opera Gloriana.

The concert highlights the amazingly rich and vibrant musical life of two of England’s greatest queens, who together reigned for over 114 years.

Proceeds from the concert will support the work of Longfield Community Hospice in Minchinhampton. Registered Charity No. 298627


Formed in 2001, Cappella Nova is a chamber choir from Bath, conducted by Tony Shield.

They perform three or four concerts each year with a wide range of sacred and secular music, usually in aid of local or national charities. Other musical activities include singing for church services and weddings.


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Advance tickets – Adults £12.50 — £10.00 for under 25 years  (booking fee applies)

Please note on the door on the night tickets will cost £16.00 and £13.00 respectively

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