Holt Festival Fringe Events at St. Andrew’s Church

HOLT FESTIVAL FRINGE

St. Andrew’s Church – Free Lunchtime Concerts
Children’s Art Exhibition and Children’s Poetry and Art Awards 

Sunday 24th July
10.30am Holt Festival Service

The Parish Eucharist will be offered in Celebration and Thanksgiving for the Arts by the Revd Canon Howard Stoker. The Preacher will be the Revd Dr Andrew Davison, Fellow and Directore of Studies at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and Starbridge Lecturer in Theology and Natural Sciences. The service will include choral & instrumental works. All are very welcome.

Monday 25th July
12.30pm “Sitting on a Rainbow – songs for a Norfolk Summer’s Day”
The Samphires, a local ladies vocal ensemble, present a concert of songs to evoke the nature and blue skies of our beautiful county.

Tuesday 26th July
12.30pm Organ Recital given by Lawrence Tao
A former Organ Scholar at St John’s College, Durham, Lawrence is currently Acting Director of Music at Gresham’s School.

Wednesday 27th July
12.30pm “Noel Coward – Live and Personal”
John Knowles and Susie Turner, accompanied by Annette Jude and guitarist Geoff King, bring the music and magic of Sir Noël Coward to life at St Andrew’s Festival Fringe.

Thursday 28th July
12.30pm “Tali Dolce Musica”
A concert of music for soprano, wind instruments and piano with Anna Hopkins (flute), Neil Johnson (oboe), David Morgan (piano) and Meg Starling (soprano).

6.30pm Celebratory Children’s Poetry and Arts Award Event
This July children from five local primary schools are taking part in an exciting and ambitious music, art and poetry project based around the orchestral work ‘Carnival of the Animals’ by Saint-Saens. Prizes for the children’s work in this project will be awarded at this event by award-winning author Kevin Crossley-Holland. The project is being organised by FALCON www.falcon-norfolk.org.uk and supported by the five schools, Norfolk Library Service, the Rector at St Andrew’s Church and Holt Festival.

Friday 29th July
12.30pm “Chanter’s Jigge”
A professional duo performing songs, ayres, jigs and jollies played and sung with ancient, traditional and modern instruments. A lively entertainment for all ages and all tastes.

An Exhibition of Children’s Art based on “Carnival of the Animals” will be on show in the Church from Saturday 23rd to Thursday 28th July

A printable poster of St. Andrew’s Festival Fringe 2016 may be downloaded as a pdf. For further information about the lunchtime events at St Andrew’s Church please check on:  www.holtchurch.org/whats-on/concerts/

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