Clothworkers' Afternoon Tea Concert
For an afternoon of 1920s elegance, music and tea, staff are welcomed to join in the Concert Series' centenary celebrations at their traditional Afternoon Tea Concert.
The Concert Hall will be transformed to take on the surroundings of the "Palm Court" in the 1920s, with elegant table settings, real palms and the perfect period performance as Graham Barber provides a delectable menu of music, including foot-tapping piano solos by Felix Arndt, Zez Confrey, Billy Mayerl and George Gershwin, and transcriptions of songs by Jerome Kern, Hoagy Carmichael and Noël Coward.
This is the perfect opportunity to polish your spats and dust off the feather boas though period costume is entirely optional.
The concert will take place:
On: Sunday 17 March
In: Clothworkers' Concert Hall
Tickets (including afternoon tea): £18 (no concessions), £160 group rate for parties of 10
Tickets can be purchased online. Afternoon tea will be provided and seating is limited so tickets must be booked in advance.Posted in: University news