4 April 2022
£15.00 (Full Price), £10.00 (Student 13-18), Children 12 and under go free
A non-profit charitable concert comprised of music provided by talented young musicians across England ranging from 14 years old - 18 years old. Join us at The Actors' Church for a wide variety of instruments and repertoire which will be on display promising an exciting and enthralling evening.
Our generation was not scarred with the horrors of war, and international violence - that is, until Ukraine. Having been at first shocked and then deeply worried about the situation it was a natural reaction to feel empathy for those unjustly inflicted with these events. This was to be the stem of this concert: one in which the appeal to humanitarian justice is core.
With such negative events occurring in Ukraine the only things we can do is to help provide those suffering and fleeing, with food, clothes, weapons, medicines and any other necessities they may require. The ICRC has had a stellar reputation in history for doing exactly that with their quick and effective help and so we have decided to donate all the money generated from this concert to the ICRC.
Music has always been a uniting emblem and as musicians it seemed natural to use music to generate donations for such a reputable charity. As a result comes this concert consisting of some of the leading musicians on their instruments across the country. Many attend institutions such as RCM, RAM, NYO etc. and so the quality of the concert will be of a high calibre.
With such a strong lineup it seems like a waste to not have as many people as possible sharing in on this evening of colour and sensations and so we would like to invite everyone to come and listen and most importantly enjoy this concert.
Please note there are no public toilets on site, the nearest are located just outside the church on the Piazza.
Please note there is no set seating for this event. We are operating some COVID measures within the church.
- We advise that you wear a mask whilst in the building.
- We have provided a number of sanitiser stations.