We would love to meet perfect match for fun times. Could it be you? Love of singing is more important than ability. Must have GSOH. We'd love to meet you and the first date is free!
" . . . The Tuesdays are so much more than regular singing groups. We are as unique as every single one of our members and welcome all, regardless of their singing ability or level of confidence. You may wish to simply attend weekly sessions and sing hit songs bursting with feel-good factor, or you may wish to take to the stage and perform at any of our fantastic fund-raising shows. Our three groups offer different opportunities depending on your own requirements. ALL groups have a fantastic social element with lots of fun get-togethers outside of singing. There are no auditions and no pressure is ever placed on anyone to step into the light. We are a not-for-profit group and raise many thousands of pounds each year for local and national charities. What better way to spend your spare time? Why not take the plunge and come along and meet us? You can email first or just turn up to any Tuesday or Friday session. The first one is free and it really may be one the best things you ever did!" un
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A lost key, a candle and a warm heart…. Sparking with merriment yet rich with pathos, Rodolfo and Mimi's exuberant and despairing love affair is set among the cafes and student lodgings of the Latin Quarter in Paris. Merry Opera's new production for 2016, Puccini's romantic opera La bohème comes to St Mildred’s on Sunday 6th March at 7pm.
Experience an intimate evening of rousing opera, performed in the Castle’s magnificent Henry VIII Banqueting Hall. The Pop-Up Opera company will bring one of the world’s most popular comic operas to “the loveliest Castle in the world” this summer - Rossini’s ‘The Barber of Seville’.
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