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Concerts in 2014

• Saturday 17th May  - In Concert supporting the Centenary of St Gabriel's
Church, Wanstead
• Sunday 13th July - In Concert featuring the music of Glenn Miller - St
Andrews Church, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire
• Friday 24th October - In Concert with British Sea Power, De La Warr
Pavilion, Bexhill, East Sussex
• Saturday 25th October - In Concert with British Sea Power, Barbican
Hall, Barbicamn Centre, London

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Saturday 17 May 2014 - Starts 7:30pm

In Concert
As part of the centenary year the band are joining the
celebrations with a grand concert featuring music from
Wagner, Strauss, Lloyd Webber, Bernstein plus lighter jazz
influenced music.

The concert will also feature the Wanstead High School Brass
Band led by Chris Wilcox.

Tickets: Adults £8  Children £6  (under 12 years old FREE)

St Gabriel's Church, Aldersbrook Rd.
London, E12 5HH
Bones and basses
Contests
Sunday 13th July 2014 - Starts 3.00pm

Glenn Miller and Friends

featuring the music of Glenn Miller and from the swing era, all
set in the beautiful church of St Andrews.

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

Tickets: £10  Children (12 and under) : FREE

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

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Glenn Miller and Friends poster - click to enlarge
Friday 24th October 2014 - Starts 7pm
De La Warr Pavilion , Bexhill , East Sussex , TN40 1DP
More information and tickets

Saturday 25th October 2014  - Starts 8pm
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, signed to
Rough Trade perform their favourite songs from the last ten
years, accompanied on special arrangements by Redbridge
Brass band.

After working with musical arranger Peter Wraight (Matthew
Herbert Big Band), British Sea Power will be performing their
favourite songs from their ten year back catalogue in
collaboration with championship brass bands from across the
country.

British Sea Power are a six-piece band and have released
seven albums since 2003. They are currently the longest-
serving band/artist signed to Rough Trade Records.

This is the first time British Sea Power have entered a music
collaboration with another performing group and this project
has been two years in the making already. BSP are known for
their sell-out rock performances as much as they are for their
sensitive film scorings, including the recent ‘From the Sea
to the Land Beyond’ which has now been released by
Rough Trade as British Sea Power’s seventh LP and was
voted Guardian’s album of the week in December 2013.
Bitish Sea Power