A Garland of Summer Songs

Sunday 21 July 2019 at The Kings Pavilion, Christchurch

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Join Dorset’s premiere female vocal ensemble for the perfect summer concert in Christchurch: a light-hearted afternoon of scones and song! 💐

The singers, conducted by soprano Michelle Nova, will perform a delightful medley of music: light classical, operetta and a sing-a-long finale featuring your ‘Last Night of the Proms’ favourites. Included in the ticket price is a cream tea from the highly-acclaimed King’s Arms hotel – consisting of a large scone, jam, cream, and your choice of tea or coffee. There will also be a cash bar serving Pimms, Prosecco and soft drinks.

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Arrive from 2pm for drinks and mingling on the lawn, in what we are sure will be glorious sunshine! ☀️

Alternatives to the cream tea will be provided for children, and we can accommodate Gluten- and Dairy-free diets on request. If you have any dietary requirements, please confirm these by e-mail to  michelle@lanovastudios.co.uk .

Tickets are available in advance only – please reserve your place by 13th July. 

How to Book Tickets

All tickets include concert and cream tea (consisting of a large scone, jam, cream and your choice of tea or coffee). There will be an alternative meal for children. 

  • Adults: £15
  • Children: £10

There are three ways to book your tickets:

Book online: Visit our online Box Office
Tel: Call Michelle on 01202 470307
Email: tickets@lanovasingers.co.uk

Raising Money for Charity

The choir be holding a raffle during the concert, to raise money for Dementia UK. Raffle tickets will be available on the day.

The main prize is a 3 course Sunday Lunch for 2 at the Harbour Hotel in Christchurch. This has been donated anonymously.

The money raised will give families facing dementia the care of a specialist dementia nurse to help them cope in even the toughest of times. Dementia UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (1039404) and Scotland (SCO47429). Visit their website to find out more about their work.