Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 7th June 2021 8:15pm
Due to the latest Govt directives, the 'Opera Unlocked' concert has been cancelled.
The number of audience members that would have been allowed to attend has made the event untenable.
We hope to bring you news of new arrangements at some point in the future.
'Opera Unlocked' will be an evening of celebration for the end of lockdown.
It will be a gala of operatic favourites, including famous arias such as Nessun Dorma, O Mio Babbino Caro and many others.
Tickets will also include a complimentary glass of fizz and canapés.
Subject to news of the end of Covid restrictions, the concert will be held in St Mary's Church, commencing at 7.30pm. Come support our musicians who have been unable to work for more than a year.
Those who attended the highly popular "opera and fizz" concert in November 2019 will recognise some of the locally based opera singers.
The concert will be in aid of Help Musicians UK, a charity which continues to help struggling musicians during this extremely difficult period.
Tickets are available online here and at Blooming fruity, as well as at the door.
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