Coming Shortly …

Saturday July 4th at 7.30 pm
Fine Tunings
A vocal quartet and a pianist, who have appeared at the Swallow on several previous occasions. This time their theme is

These are a Few of Our Favourite Things
Fine Tunings will be celebrating The Fourth of July with a light hearted programme of quartets, duets and solos, some of which they have particularly enjoyed singing in previous concerts, and some of which have been requested.
The music is by a wide range of composers including Purcell, Richard Rodgers, Aaron Copland, Verdi and Ivor Novello.
Come and enjoy a varied programme and find out what Julie Andrews' Favourite Things really are.
Tickets £5

Monday July 13th to Friday July 17th
Drama Summer School
For young people (ages 10-16). Please get in touch if you are interested (or know someone who is)







Wednesday July 29th to Sunday August 2nd
A Festival of Classical Music

Isle of Whithorn Church
Wednesday July 29th at 7.30pm
The Fitzwilliam String Quartet
Music by Percy Grainger, Haydn, Suk and Beethoven
Admission by donation - all proceeds will be divided between Marie Curie, Macmillan Nurses and the Isle of Whithorn Church.


Swallow Theatre Thursday July 30th at 10.00am
Workshop on Beethoven's Quartet in E flat, Op 127
Admission free

Glasserton Church Thursday July 30th at 7.30pm
The Fitzwilliam String Quartet
Music by Purcell, Glazunov and Beethoven (Quartet in E flat, Op 127)
Admission by donation - all proceeds will be divided between Marie Curie, Macmillan Nurses and Glasserton Church.


Swallow Theatre Friday July 31st at 7.30pm
Marcus Barcham-Stevens(violin) and Christina Lawrie(piano)
Programme to include:
Music by Mozart and Brahms
Tickets £10 - all proceeds to Save the Children





Swallow Theatre Saturday August 1st at 7.30pm
Something Childish, but very natural
In a recital exploring the theme of childhood contralto Susan Moore and composer and pianist Russell Hepplewhite will perform works from the 20th and 21st Centuries. At the heart of the recital is a new song cycle by Russell setting several of Samuel Coleridge Taylor's most poignant and affecting poems about children. Other works include Thea Musgrave's dazzling Suite O Bairnsongs and the much-loved Charm of Lullabies by Britten. The recital takes both a serious and light-hearted look at something all of us have in common - that we were all children once.
Tickets £10 - all proceeds to Save the Children

Glasserton Church Monday August 3rd at 7.30pm
Lucy Russell (violin) and John Butt (harpsichord)
Music by JS Bach, including sonatas for violin and harpsichord and pieces from the 'Well Tempered Clavier'
Admission by donation - all proceeds will be divided between Marie Curie, Macmillan Nurses and Glasserton Church
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