Event: Lazarus rising and the tears of Rachel: a new story from Bethlehem [Stroud] POSTPONED UNTIL SUMMER 2019
|Title||Lazarus rising and the tears of Rachel: a new story from Bethlehem [Stroud] POSTPONED UNTIL SUMMER 2019|
This programme is inspired by frescoes from churches in Hardham, Sussex, which depict unconventional interpretations of Biblical scenes and characters - similar to Cathar traditions - and sometimes include instruments.
The musicians will perform music drawn from Medieval and folk traditions to reinterpret Christmas, and their performance will be preceded by Boss Morris' versions of traditional dances.
Those who wish to learn more about the frescoes should find Keith McGowan's page on Facebook.
Sophia Brumfitt - Voice
William Summers - Medieval Flute
Keith McGowan - Medieval Harp and Flute
Alex Merry - director of Boss Morris
The Mansion can only be approached via a path leading from the car park, which takes around ten minutes to walk. For directions, please see http://www.woodchestermansion.org.uk/Visiting-Us.aspx
|Date and Time||06/12/18 from 18:30 to 21:30|
07949 652 315
|Cost||£12 [plus booking fee] in advance; £15 on the door|