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  • Come and Sing 2024 - Choir Participation
    Come and Sing 2024 - Choir Participation
    Sat, 11 May
    St Peter’s Church
    11 May 2024, 10:00 – 16:00
    St Peter’s Church, St Peter's St, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1EE, UK
    11 May 2024, 10:00 – 16:00
    St Peter’s Church, St Peter's St, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1EE, UK
    Saturday 11th May we once again host our very own “Come and Sing”. Under the musical direction of Andrew Cleary, creating a show in just one day to be performed in the evening. For a fee of £10 (including coffee & tea (with an optional Ploughmans buffet) . We will collectively create the show.
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  • Come and Sing 2024 - FREE concert in St Peter’s Church
    Come and Sing 2024 - FREE concert in St Peter’s Church
    Sat, 11 May
    St Peter’s Church
    11 May 2024, 18:00 – 22:00
    St Peter’s Church, St Peter's St, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1EE, UK
    11 May 2024, 18:00 – 22:00
    St Peter’s Church, St Peter's St, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1EE, UK
    Saturday 11th May we once again host our very own “Come and Sing”. Under the musical direction of Andrew Cleary, creating a show in just one day to be performed in the evening
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  • FOLK DANCING FOR CHILDREN
    FOLK DANCING FOR CHILDREN
    Fri, 28 Jun
    Bishop's Waltham Palace
    28 Jun 2024, 12:00 – 29 Jun 2024, 17:00
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    28 Jun 2024, 12:00 – 29 Jun 2024, 17:00
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    A Schools Ceilidh for 150-180 children from local primary schools. Facilitated by Folk Active www.folkactive.org.uk By Invitation Only NO PUBLIC ACCESS
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  • BW Festival Ceilidh
    BW Festival Ceilidh
    Fri, 28 Jun
    Bishop's Waltham Palace
    28 Jun 2024, 18:30 – 21:30
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    28 Jun 2024, 18:30 – 21:30
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    The Bishop's Waltham Festival Ceilidh, Set dances, or couples' dances. A "set" consists of four to eight couples, with each pair of couples facing another in a square or rectangular formation. Each couple exchanges position with the facing couple in step with the beat of the music.
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  • Bishop's Waltham Music Festival 2024 - SOLD OUT
    Bishop's Waltham Music Festival 2024 - SOLD OUT
    Sat, 29 Jun
    Bishop's Waltham Palace
    29 Jun 2024, 14:30 – 23:00
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    29 Jun 2024, 14:30 – 23:00
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    SOLD OUT - The music festival is back at its rightful home in the Palace. Doors open at 2.30pm with the music starting at 3pm. We will be catering for all musical tastes from Folk to Blues, Country to Rock, Cheesey sing along to Club Classics ending on an incredible set from Ibiza DJ BRANDON BLOCK
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  • Wonderful Wizard of Oz
    Wonderful Wizard of Oz
    Sun, 30 Jun
    Bishop's Waltham Palace
    30 Jun 2024, 13:00 – 16:00
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    30 Jun 2024, 13:00 – 16:00
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    Written by L. Frank Baum Adapted by Sarah Slator Directed by Chloe Bond Music by Simon Stallard “There’s no place like home!” “There’s no place like home!” When Dorothy Gale is carried from her home in Kansas by a cyclone she finds herself in the magical land of Oz.
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  • The Importance of Being Earnest
    The Importance of Being Earnest
    Sun, 30 Jun
    Bishop's Waltham Palace
    30 Jun 2024, 18:00 – 21:30
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    30 Jun 2024, 18:00 – 21:30
    Bishop's Waltham Palace, 3 Station Rd, Bishop's Waltham, Southampton SO32 1DH, UK
    When two victorian gentlemen assume the name of ‘earnest’ to win the affections of two ladies, both determined to marry a man of that name, the scene is set for hilarious confusion.
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