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Festival of Literature presents
Ed Clarke: Rowan Oakwing (Children's Event)
Saturday, 10th March
2:30pm - 3:30pm
The Great Hall, Oundle School
New Street, PE8 4GH
Tickets: £6 (early bird 1 off till 3rd March)
Suitable for ages 7 – 11 years old.
Being a fairy is a lot more dangerous than you think . . . There's a strange magic to London's parks. When the sun sets and the gates are closed, tiny winged creatures come to life. The only way to meet them is to become one. And if you become one, there's no way back.
Seven years ago, Rowan's mother left their London home and never returned. On the anniversary of her mum's disappearance, Rowan cries herself to sleep in Hyde Park and wakes up ten centimetres tall, with tiny oak-leaf wings. She's about to go on an adventure in the hidden world of fairies and foxes. But Rowan's quest will be perilous, with fearsome enemies at her heels. If she wants to get home, she'll need to find the courage she never knew she had, and discover powers she'd never even imagined . . .
Have you got what it takes to be a fairy, come along and find out!
When he isn't writing books, Ed works as Head of Film and Television at Shoebox Films.
‘Set to be a modern classic, a fresh fairy story that shows its readers there is much more to being a fairy than there would seem at face value.’ Armadillo
Peterborough Cathedral Choir presents
J. S. Bach, St John Passion
Saturday 10 March 2018
19:30 - 22:00
A concert performance of the sacred oratorio.
Under the direction of Steven Grahl, Peterborough Cathedral Choir, Youth Choir and Festival Chorus, together with Peterborough Choral Society, orchestra and soloist, give a concert performance of Bach’s famous masterpiece.
An evening not to be missed.
Orchestra: Instruments of Time and Truth
Evangelist: Nick Pritchard
Allocated: £20 / £15
Non-allocated restricted view tickets £12 to be sold on the door on the night only.
Accompanied disabled people in wheelchairs can obtain tickets at a reduced price by contacting the Oundle Box Office on 01832 274734.
Saturday, 10th March 2018
19:30 - 21:30
Oakham School Chapel, Oakham
Chapel Close, Market, Place, Oakham, LE15 6DT
Paul Hilliam - conductor
Sam Thomas - trumpet
Henry Newton - trombone
Thomas Penny - trumpet
Morgan Overton - piano
Brown, The Irish Brigade - Premiere performance
Neruda, Trumpet Concerto
David, Trombone Concerto 1st Movement
Larsson, Trumpet Concerto
Copland, Fanfare for the Common Man
Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue
Márquez, Conga del fuego
Full price: on the door £13, in advance £11
Concessions: on the door £11, in advance £9.
Children and students under 18, and students in full time education £3
Our Young Soloists’ Concert includes three terrific brass concertos and a number of American pieces. It doesn’t get more American than Gershwin’s 'Rhapsody in Blue' and those of you who came to our recent ‘Post Cards from America’ concert will share our excitement about hearing more music by Márquez - this time an arrangement of the Conga! Starting this concert, is the premiere of ‘The Irish Brigade’ by local composer George Brown - the American connection being that these troops fought at Gettysburg.
The Rutland Sinfonia welcomes wheelchair users to its concerts but so as to better prepare for their easier access and accommodation, if possible, we would be grateful if you could let us know you are planning to attend by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org