Midsummer Malvern Society Talks

The Malvern Civic Society will be hosting a few fantastic talks in the Lewis Lecture Theatre and a Youth Concert performed by Severn Arts in St Edmund's Hall at Malvern College this June.

 

Monday 25th June | 7.30pm

Fostershire

Anthony Collis talks about his new book referring to the seven brothers who played first-class cricket for Worcestershire in he pre-WWI period, known as the Golden Age. Tickets are £10 including a glass of wine.

 

Tuesday 26th June | 7.30pm

"Friends for 60 Years... and More"

An illustrated talk by Coun Roger Hall-Jones, Heritage Champion for Malvern Hills District Council, reflecting on buildings and people from Malvern's recent past. Tickets are £10 including a glass of wine.

 

Wednesday 27th June | 7.30pm

'How printing changed the world'

From Gutenberg and Caxton to the present day by Petr Somol. Tickets are £10 and include a glass of wine.

 

Saturday 30th June | 6.30pm | St Edmund's Hall

Youth Concert

Severn Arts (formerly known as Worcestershire Youth Music) works with schools and pupils across the region to deliver high quality music and arts activities, including tuition, project work and a range of ensembles catering to all abilities.

One of four Area Music Centres runs from Grove Primary School in Malvern, where pupils can receive tuition outside of the school day and take part in beginner level ensembles and bands.


Tickets £7 - children under 10 free.

 

For more information, visit the Malvern Civic Society website, or to book tickets, visit www.ticketsource.co.uk.

 

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