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Bollywood Brass Band present 100 years of Bollywood
Friday 6 March, Pamoja Hall, 7.30pm, Tickets £12, 4.30pm, Dance workshop £20 [ book now ]
Funky drummers and a six-piece horn section play massive hits from Indian films, celebrating a century of Hindi films throughout a golden age of Bollywood and beyond. The Bollywood Brass Band plays music with video projections from early 1913 footage to present day blockbusters and their super-hit songs. In aid of the Mulamula Education Centre project.
Bromley Youth Chamber Music present a Concert of Orchestral and Choral Favourites
Sunday 8 March, Pamoja Hall, 6.00pm, Tickets £15 (£12 concession, 16 and under £1) [book now]
The highly acclaimed Bromley Youth Chamber Orchestra is returning to the Pamoja Hall with the Bromley Youth Choir for a concert of orchestral and choral favourites. The concert opens with Bach Suite no.3 (with the famous ‘Air on a G String’) followed by the much-loved Five Variants on Dives and Lazarus by Vaughan Williams which was performed at the composer’s funeral. The second half contains two wonderful baroque choral works; Handel’s spectacular ‘Zadok the Priest’ (BBC Ten Pieces) and Bach’s effervescently brilliant setting of the Magnificat.
Tuesday 10 March, Pamoja Hall, 7.30pm. Tickets FREE [book now]
In another innovative programme of music for the keyboard, Sevenoaks School presents an evening of music based around toy instruments. Masterminded by Sevenoaks School’s Head of Keyboard, Mr Tau Wey, the concert features Leopold Mozart’s ‘Toy Symphony’ as well as other curiosities and delights intended to stimulate and amuse audiences of all ages.
Thursday 19 March, Pamoja Hall, 7.00pm, Tickets £7 [book now]
Sevenoaks Swings is the traditional end-of-term celebration of all things jazz and swing at the school. The evening will feature the school big band, Middle Schoool jazz band, saxophone quartet and many other ensembles and soloists, plus special guest, the internationally acclaimed saxophonist Simon Bates. Simon is recognised as one of the country’s leading jazz saxophonists and appears regularly at respected UK venues including Ronnie Scott’s, The Jazz Cafe, 606 Club, The Bull’s Head and the finest jazz clubs and festivals worldwide.
The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht
Sevenoaks School Theatre Company. Tuesday 17 & Wednesday 18 March, Friday 20 & Saturday 21 March, Sackville Theatre, 7.00pm, Tickets £10 (£8 concessions) [book now]
‘Terrible is the temptation to do good!’ The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Brecht’s comic, moving and uplifting tale, centres on the consequences for Grusha, a peasant woman, when she rescues and nurtures the abandoned baby of fleeing nobles. Staged in the round by a talented ensemble cast of 43, this Middle School production will focus on the moral dilemmas of parenting and justice as it entertainingly follows Grusha through many adventures to the test of the Chalk Circle itself.