Otley Choral Society is celebrating 75 years since it was founded and will be joined by members of Ilkley Choral Society and the Yorkshire Symphony orchestra for this performance of SCHUBERT: Mass in G, HAYDN: symphony No. 20, MOZART: Concert Aria (K505) and ANDREW CARTER: Musick’s Jubilee.
Tickets could once again be in short supply, so do book early. They cost £12 (under 18s free) and are available from Brown’s Gallery, Otley; The Grove Bookshop, Ilkley; Otley Choral Society members or from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food will be provided. Tickets are £1 and may be obtained from Lynne Barber (01943 466493) or Pam Oliver (01943 464554).
The exhibition is open at the following times:
- Saturday 7th April: 12.30pm to 4.30pm – Free entry
- Saturday 7th April: 7.30pm to 9.30pm – Cheese and Wine Reception (Tickets £5)
- Sunday 8th April: 12.30pm to 4.30pm – Free entry
The exhibition includes prints for sale and a digital screen display in the Parish Room where refreshments will also be available.
See: otleycameraclub.net for more information
Adrian Plass is a well-known British author and speaker who writes primarily Christian humour, but also short stories, Bible Commentaries and novels with a more serious tone.
His most popular books are a series concerning The Sacred Diary of Adrian Plass which is a humorous, fictional satire of Christian life and which has sold over a million copies worldwide.
Adrian says about this show: “In 2018 we shall be celebrating three decades of writing and performing with our show ‘OUT OF HIS HEAD’, featuring my wife Bridget and myself, together with Searchlight Theatre Company, the brilliant David Robinson and Michael Taylor. The show will include readings, poetry and dramatisations from many of the books that have appeared since those early days, including a newly published novel, THE SHADOW DOCTOR, exploring new perspectives on the ingenious working of the Holy Spirit in ordinary people’s lives. In many ways this encapsulates my own journey (and that of many others) from a superficial and ultimately disappointing experience of faith, to a new and hard-won understanding of what it might mean to follow Jesus. Lots of memories. Lots of laughs. Lots of chat. Lots to think about.”
The event is sponsored by World Vision and there will be an appeal on their behalf before the interval.
Tickets: £8 in advance; £10 on the door. Available from Otley Parish Church Office 01943 465927 or email email@example.com
A varied programme of well-known opera classics.
Bar and light refreshments available.
Tickets £10 (which includes a glass of wine or soft drink) available from Lesley Noble: 07931 792747. All profits to “Hug on a Tray” which supports cancer patients at the Bexley Wing of St James’s Hospital, Leeds.
A varied programme of early 18th Century music performed by local artistes
A bar will be available. Complimentary tercentenary christening cake will be supplied by Patisserie Viennoise and offered during the interval.
Tickets £10 available from Otley Parish Church Office – 01943 465927 / firstname.lastname@example.org – or from Otley Courthouse or on-line (subject to a small booking fee) at the link above.