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We Know by the Stars
All Saints Church, Cwmbach
HR3 5LR 
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Tickets: £7.50 (under 18s, £5)
01497 847676
to include glass of mulled wine and a delicious mince pie

03/12/2016
7.30 pm

Songs and stories of winter and the festive season, both as biting as any winter’s wind and as warming as any crackling log fire.

We Know by the Stars
The Globe, Newport Street, Hay-on-Wye
HR3 5BG 
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Tickets £8
Contact The Globe
Tel: 01497 821762

11/12/2016
4.00 pm

Songs and stories of winter and the festive season, both as biting as any winter’s wind and as warming as any crackling log fire.

We Know by the Stars
St Mary’s, High Street, Pembridge
HR6 9EA 
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Tickets £10
to include a glass of mulled wine and mince pies

Box office 01544 388279 / 01544 340381
Tickets also available from
The Olde Steppes Village Shop

17/12/2016
7.30 pm

Songs and stories of winter and the festive season, both as biting as any winter’s wind and as warming as any crackling log fire.

Back to the Garden
St Wilfrid’s Church, Metheringham, Lincoln
LN4 3HA 
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Tickets £7.50 / £5 seniors & under 18s
inc refreshments

Jayne Palmer - Email
0793 545 0690 / 01526 321633

05/03/2017
2.30 pm

Based on and inspired by the real-life exchange of letters from the WW1 trenches between gardener, William Bevan, and his employer at Kinsham Court, Sir John Stanhope Arkwright

Disclaimer: To the best of our knowledge and belief the details given above are correct.  Please check details and/or book tickets in advance direct with the event organisers.  The Village Quire takes no responsibility for any aspect of any event not specifically organised by The Village Quire.

The Village Quire sings in four part harmony without instrumental accompaniment and with three singers to a part, like so many of the 18th century quires.  Each of the programmes includes dramatic readings, given by actor Phil Smith, which have become a popular and essential part of the Quire's performances.  As well as being richly entertaining, these readings help to set the music in a social and historical context for those who are unfamiliar with the genre.

The Quire’s core repertoire is West Gallery Music but the performances also include other styles of folk polyphony.  The power and raw energy of this music, coupled with striking harmonies, make it truly compelling, spell-binding listening.  It is, after all, village music – the music of country people – and is born out of the hardships they endured and the emotions that these created.

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