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Concerts in 2015

o Saturday 24th January  - In concert with British Sea Power - Barbican,

o Sunday 7th June  - VE Day 70th Anniversary Concert - St Andrews
Church, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire

o Saturday 27th June - Music and Movies in the Park  -  pre-movie concert to
enjoy before the screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark
.  - Weald Country Park,
South Weald, Brentwood

                                         more details below
Bones and basses
Sunday 13th July 2014 - Starts 3.00pm

Music and Movies in the Park
A pre-movie concert to enjoy before the screening of
Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The band will perform music from their repertoire and
include music from film, classical and jazz.  
Bring a picnic and relax to sounds from the band.

Weald Country Park , South Weald, Brentwood, CM14 5QS

Tickets: £12  Children £8

Available from Essex Outdoor Cinema

Sunday 7th June - Starts 3pm

VE Day concert
As part of the commemorations for the 70th anniversary of VE
Day (Victory in Europe Day), marking 70 years since the end of
the second world war in Europe, the band present an afternoon  
concert of music from the era.

Hear the fab sounds of the band playing classical, movies and

The concert also supports the church and the Jack May Trust
Fund for the Much Hadham Health Centre.

St Andrews Church,
Much Hadham,
Hertfordshire, SG10 6DH
Directions to St Andrews church

Tickets: £10  Children FREE (12 and under)

Available on the door, or in advance by calling 07882 647241
also locally via Londis Stores, High Street Much Hadham

VE Day concert
24 Jan 2015 - Starts 7pm
Barbican Hall, Barbican Centre, Silk Street London, EC2Y 8DS
More information and tickets

In Concert with British Sea Power
The indie chart-topping band, British Sea Power perform their
favourite songs from the last ten years, accompanied on special
arrangements by Redbridge Brass band.

Note. This concert is a reschedule following the last minute power
failure at last year's date at the Barbican.
Bitish Sea Power