Painswick singers inspired by Queen's reign
Most people agree that the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year has helped to inspire people in one way or another.
But for one singing group in Painswick it has inspired them to create a concert of music written during the Queen's reign.
The Painswick Singers will be celebrating the Jubilee in their autumn concert on Saturday, October 27.
Be at the Painswick Centre at 7.30pm to hear the 35 strong choir sing concert versions of Oliver, and Phantom of the Opera as well as music by Vaughan Williams; Lennon and McCartney.
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You'll also hear The Vicar of Dibley theme tune by Howard Goodall, and Benjamin Britten's six choral dances – Gloriana.
Guest appearances will enhance this popular informal seated event directed by Andrew Hopwood in his second year with the choir.
Tickets are now available in Painswick Post office and at The Chairman, and from Stroud Sub Rooms.
For details phone 01453 757830 or visit www.thepainswicksingers.co.uk