Featuring the ABER VALLEY WELSH MALE VOICE CHOIR
Rupert Moon (24 Welsh caps) comes to Queen’s for a lively evening of rugby anecdotes and banter supported by the stunning Welsh voices of the Aber Valley Choir. Founded almost 60 years ago, this purely amateur choir likes nothing better than performing in charity concerts and has helped raise over £1m from concerts performed all over the world. We are delighted to welcome them for what promises to be an evening to remember!
All profits will go to Queen’s Foundation and the injured rugby players foundations of the WRU and RFU.
Please note: Start time 7.00pm
In aid of Stand Against Violence.
Scrumptious tea and live music. Bring colleagues, friends and family to enjoy the occasion and possibly choose to dance the Charleston or enter the best dressed 1920s lady and gentleman competition!
In partnership with Red Berry Recruitment Ltd and sponsored by Queen’s College.
By Chino Odimba
His home is dust. His friends are few.
His hands are as rough as the seas he has crossed.
In a radical re-imagining of Charles Dickens’ classic novel, we follow one refugee’s journey, buffeted between borders and bad company.
Twist transforms Oliver’s struggle for sanctuary into a modern tale framed by the global crisis fast defining the 21st century.
Teeming with Dickens’ audacious characters, this production marks a bold collaboration for Theatre Centre, pioneers of new writing for young audiences. Rising star Chino Odimba has written for the National Theatre and was shortlisted for the Bruntwood Prize.
Theatre Centre’s first adaptation in over a decade, this retelling of a Victorian masterpiece will challenge intolerance with urgency and compassion.
“A rivetingly fresh reinvention of a myth” Medea by Chino Odimba – The Times
“Theatre Centre defy clichés” – The Guardian
Suitable for 13+ years
Join us for a concert heralding the centenary of the Russian October Revolution with soloist Stuart Paul, OQ and current trumpet teacher at Queen’s. David Hedges will present a pre-concert talk on Shostakovich’s 5th Symphony.
Coriolan Overture op.62 - Beethoven
Trumpet Concerto in Eb Major - Hummel
Symphony No 5 - Shostakovitch
An Evening of Opera Favourites!
Following on from their first hugely successful sell-out concert as Queen’s College resident orchestra, the Southern Sinfonia is delighted to bring you an evening of all your favourite opera moments.
Sit back, relax and immerse yourself in the magic tones of the four soloists as they transport you to the land of Puccini, Bizet’s Carmen, Mozart and many, many more.
By JOHN SUCHET
The voice of Classic FM’s weekday mornings, John Suchet presents, in person, a fascinating and in depth talk on two of the greatest composers the world has known: Mozart and Strauss, their music, their lives and their inspiration.
Based on his books, John’s passion for and knowledge of classical music, makes for an inspiring, educational and interesting talk.
by William Shakespeare ... (with some made-up bits!)
Presented by Queen's College Senior School
Steve Eaton Evans’ radical adaptation retains the eternal beauty of Shakespeare’s language whilst making the play accessible to an all-age audience by featuring some SERIOUSLY LOUD MUSIC, COLOURFUL WELLIES AND A PORTA-LOO!
Optional audience dress-code: FESTIVAL!