In aid of the Lichfield Cathedral's East End Appeal
While still in the Jubilee spirit, Lichfield Garrick and Lichfield Cathedral are proud to present A Jubilee Proms Concert in Lichfield Cathedral this Saturday 16 June, sponsored by the specialist insurance and financial services company Ecclesiastical Insurance.
The special guest presenter will be John Sergeant. On the night, the programme of music will feature coronation anthems, including Zadok the Priest and I Was Glad, together with stirring marches, such as Crown Imperial and Orb & Sceptre.
Screens inside the Cathedral will be broadcasting the concert with footage of the Queens Coronation while music will be broadcast outside to all those celebrating and picnicking in the cathedral grounds.
A Jubilee Proms Concert in Lichfield Cathedral –
presented by John Sergeant
Saturday 16 June 2012 at 7.30pm.
There are only a handful of tickets left so contact the Lichfield Garrick on 01543 412121 for more details. Tickets cost from £25 to £30 (seated). We regret that no further picnic tickets are available.
For tickets contact the Lichfield Garrick Box Office on 01543 412121 or book online at www.lichfieldgarrick.com
The concert will be raising funds for the Cathedral’s East End Appeal.
This summer concert is being sponsored by the specialist insurance and financial services company Ecclesiastical (www.ecclesiastical.com). The company, established in 1887, is a specialist insurance and financial services organisation providing tailored insurance solutions for organisations and people who care – such as charities and heritage property owners. Ecclesiastical specialises in charity, education, heritage, care, and church insurance alongside a range of other insurance and financial services products. Lichfield Cathedral and the Lichfield Garrick are very grateful to them for their support and look forward to their involvement with the project.
Please note that the concert will take place within the Cathedral but will also be broadcast live to people picnicking on the Cathedral lawns. This event is going to mean some disruption to traffic within The Close and some movement of cars.
From 6pm, ticket holders will have access to the Cathedral and lawns. There will be staffed barriers at either end of The Close at Beacon St and Dam St and only ticket holders will be allowed access to The Close.