Category Archives: music
There are still tickets remaining for the salsa evening (Sat 21st October, 7.30pm)- please ensure that you get yours as soon as possible and no later than 1pm Wednesday, 18th October. It promises to be a great evening with a … Continue reading
Our next Choral Evensong is this Sunday, 8th October, 6.30pm in Ss Philip & James Church. All welcome to this lovely musical service.
Tickets are now on sale for our evening of Salsa in Ss Philip & James Church Hall on 21st October, just 40 tickets available! Will include dancing (with instruction) and a choice of supper: cod/chicken/sausage & chips – all in the price … Continue reading
P&J was transformed into the town of Titipu for the evening of 16 September in a sold out performance of the Mikado. Congratulations to the Cast, Chorus, Orchestra, front and back of house, Conductor Andrew Gray and Director Anne Smith
Saturday 16 September 2017 Fleet Parish Opera and Orchestra presents a semi-staged performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Mikado” 7.30 pm at Ss Philip and James Church There are a few tickets unexpectedly available, please contact Anne, 01252 624171 for availability.
Beryl Holmes will be playing the piano for our midweek concert on Thursday 6th July at 12.30pm in Fleet Parish Community Centre, Church Road, Fleet. The concert is free with a retiring collection. Lunch is available from around 1pm for … Continue reading
All are invited to an evening of light music, followed by refreshments. Donations to orchestra funds will be gratefully accepted. Fleet Orchestra Soirée in Ss Philip & James Church – 8.00 pm on Wednesday 5 July.
We are looking forward to welcoming Emma Mabin and her recorder group on Thursday, 1st June, 12.30pm in Fleet Parish Community Centre for half an hour of musical delight. Our lunch sign up sheet is now full so if you … Continue reading
Sunday, 28th May, 6.30pm in Ss Philip & James Church. All welcome to join for a time of musical prayer and spiritual refreshment.
Free concert with retiring collection for Tearfund. 7-8pm in Ss Philip & James Church on Saturday 13th May.