Banish The Mid-winter Blues!

Join Friends of the Holy Land for an unforgettable evening of uplifting music on Thursday 16th February to raise your spirits for the year ahead whilst at the same time raising much needed funds for the most in need of our brothers and sisters in the Holy Land.

To help you start 2023 with some joy, Friends of the Holy Land offer you a rare musical experience – a wonderful evening of virtuoso singing and entertainment featuring the London Welsh Male Voice Choir supported by The Priests in Westminster Cathedral, London. It is a great privilege that permission for this concert has been given in this sacred space, renowned for its marvellous acoustics, to bring this powerful combined performance to you.

The London Welsh Male Voice Choir has sung at many of Britain’ s most prestigious concert halls and cathedrals, has appeared twice at the Royal Variety Command Performance and has recorded with Charlotte Church, Aled Jones and Bryn Terfel.

The Priests are a classical musical group, made up of three Roman Catholic priests from the Diocese of Down and Connor in Northern Ireland. Two brothers, Fr. Eugene and Fr. Martin O’Hagan joined by Fr. David Delargy. The trio have been singing together since they boarded in the 1970s as students at St MacNissi’s College, Garron Tower, County Antrim and have the unusual honour of having been allowed to record in St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome.

The concert starts at 7:30 pm and tickets, starting at £20, are available now through Eventbrite at – http://bit.ly/3i0ath2 or search LWMVC Concert at Westminster Cathedral, or by calling the office – 01926 512980.

www.friendsoftheholyland.org.uk/westminster-concert2023 

Written by: Brendan Metcalfe     

One thought on “Banish The Mid-winter Blues!

  • 12th January 2023 at 4:35 pm
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    Hello, I’ve just read your questions. We have camped with families with children at New Wine and took our own sons there. Both adults and children’s teaching and worship are really good and children’s work includes lots of fun activities. No cars on the main site except during arrival and leaving time so children can ride around on bikes and scooters. Provision for people with additional needs. I would highly recommend it.
    This year it is at Kent Event Centre. Dates and details are available if you search for ‘New Wine United’

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