During the 60th Anniversary

PUBLISHED: 14:52 30 October 2006 | UPDATED: 11:06 06 May 2010

Stevenage will be alive with the sound of music during October and November. Mayor, Simon Speller s passion for music has inspired him to bring together professional musicians and talented local people to provide a fantastic programme of musical events. M

Stevenage will be alive with the sound of music during October and November. Mayor, Simon Speller's passion for music has inspired him to bring together professional musicians and talented local people to provide a fantastic programme of musical events. Monday, Magic Carpet workshop at Woolenwick School 11am onwards. Tuesday, Brass Workshop at St. Vincent de Paul School 9.45am. Wednesday, Djembe workshop Camps Hill School 9.45am and John Lill and English Sinfonia Gordon Craig Theatre, tickets available from theatre box office. Saturday, November 4, Mozart 10am - 4pm tickets £20 including lunch, for more details contact Hilary Spiers 01438 350217. Tuesday, November 7, Samba workshop Peartree School 9.45am. Thursday November 9, U3A concert at Fred Millard Court Coffee at 11am followed by concert. Saturday, November 11, Concert by Stevenage Choral Society and Phoenix Concert Band at Church of St Andrew and St George; tickets £11 concessions £8 under 16 £3, available from Carol Stokes on 01438 353666 or at the door. On Saturday, November 11, Dragonfly this is an Informal evening of Folk songs and entertainment 8pm; tickets £5 Lytton Theatre, Vardon Road, for details contact Bob Sage on 01438 358585.


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