Our Next Concert: 6 June
The Wit and Wisdom of Noël Coward
The evening will take the form of a revue, with a picnic, featuring songs and excerpts from the plays of Noël Coward. The venue is St Paul’s Church, St Paul’s Road West, Dorking RH4 2HT; for a location map of St Paul’s click here.
The doors will open at 6.00pm and audience members – who will be greeted with a free glass of fizz or a soft drink – are invited to bring a picnic and to be in their seats by 6.30pm. We will have set up tables for you to sit round with your friends. The picnics can start before the revue opens at 7.00 pm and there will also be an interval. Additional drinks will be available.
As this is a relaxed, fun event you can enter into the spirit of an evening with The Master by dressing up in 20’s or 30’s style – cocktail/party dresses, flappers, fascinators, blazers, boaters, boas, silk dressing gowns….. Noël and Brockham Choral stand ready to entertain you!
Please note that parking is restricted outside the church itself; please follow the parking warden’s directions or park in South Terrace.
Tickets: £12 in advance (£15 on the day). £5 for under-25s in full-time education. For further information, including how to purchase tickets, click here.
We are a well established choir with around 100 singers and friends, based in Dorking, Surrey, and perform 3 or 4 concerts annually with a varied repertoire from the 16th century to contemporary music. The choir is always pleased to welcome new members, and operates a policy of ‘self selection’ rather than audition. There is more about the choir on the About Us page.
We meet on Tuesday evenings in Powell Corderoy School Hall in Dorking at 8pm, from September to May. To see what musical events we are planning for the future, click here.
Our Musical Director, Andrew Phillips, joined us in 2007/08 and we are enjoying working with him to expand the choir’s reach and repertoire.
Our website has been funded by a grant from Surrey County Council.
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