One of the Earl Mountbatten Hospice’s most popular events returns to Barton Manor later this month.
2016 marks the 19th year the Hospice has held Open Garden event at Barton Manor and this year it’s promising to be bigger and better than ever.
Wonders of the West End
As part of the celebrations, nationally-acclaimed music director and choirmaster, Hannah Brear, will be leading a Big Sing ‘Wonders of the West End’ workshop.
Hannah has worked with the BBC, Melanie Safka, Fatboy Slim, Russell ‘The Voice’ Watson and West End director Russell Scott, to name but a few.
You cake take part
If you like to sing as part of a choir, as a soloist in the public eye or only in the comfort of your own home, if you sing at your local church or are an amateur dramatic enthusiast this workshop is for you.
The culmination of the workshop will be a performance to visitors of the Barton Manor Open Garden day, the grande finale of the event!
Sign up now!
The cost is £18 per person, groups of four or more are £14 per person and include FREE parking, entry to Barton and the souvenir song book used for your performance.
If you want to take part in the workshop, Sign up in advance.
It takes place at 10.30am on Sunday 24th July at Barton Manor and all monies go directly to help fund patient and family care.
For more information or to book, call 01983 217300
Image: © With kind permission of Peter Back