Saturday 4 June 5.30pm, Music and Poetry Mix at Stoke Newington Literary Festival, St Matthias Church
Proud to be part of the illustrious and brilliant Stokey Litfest, we present another delightfully short concert featuring two great anthems of personal and sexual freedom, by Vaughan Williams and the Pet Shop Boys, with Philip Glass’s Three Songs for Chorus as an alternative sound from the 1980s. Conducted by Ruth Whitehead.
Find Your Voice at Stokey Litfest
Venue – The Drawing Room, Clissold House, Clissold Park, 11am
Ever fancied singing in a choir? Young Dissenters, Stoke Newington’s very own choir for 7 to 16 years olds, invites you to join them for this relaxed and family-friendly taster workshop led by Penelope Manser and Harvey Brough. All welcome, no experience necessary. Come and sing about the park and why we love it. Run in partnership with Chorus of Dissent and the Clissold Park User Group.