Charity dinner and concert hosted by the Passion Trust
Queen’s College Choir will be performing in the historic Guildhall in Leicester on Friday 27 January 2017. They will perform a selection of choral music in the unique and intimate setting of this Tudor Hall.
Tickets include a two-course meal in the Great Hall of the St Martin’s Centre next door and mulled wine in the Mayor’s Parlour after the concert.
Tickets for dinner and concert are £30 and are on sale now.
HOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE AT THE DINNER
Book your place by adding this product to your cart and filling in your details on the checkout page. Step-by-step instructions are below:
1. On this page you will see more information about what you are buying – Registration for the conference is £55 and there is more information about the conference on this page.
2. Click the ‘Add to Cart’ button (under the video)
3. Click ‘View Cart’ which appears at the top of your screen
4. Add your personal information and payment details to complete the purchase.
You can also send us a cheque in the post made out to ‘Passion Trust’ at The Passion Trust, Sinclair Cottage, Portsmouth Road, Ripley, Surrey GU23 6EW.
REMEMBER to put your full name (or send us an email) so we can continue with your registration. Any queries refer to firstname.lastname@example.org or 07761193051
About the Passion Trust:
The Passion Trust is a registered charity which supports public performances of Passion Plays in the UK.Passion Plays use theatre to bring the words of the Gospel to life and vividly present the story of Easter to new audiences. They show how the message of second chances, forgiveness and new opportunities has the potential to speak life and hope into individuals or communities struggling with poverty, crime, unemployment addiction or hopelessness and boredom.
The Passion Trust supports new and existing plays which depict the story of Easter of Christmas as free, outdoor, community dramas. It provides advice on all aspects of the production process, free consultations, and referrals for actors, writers and directors who can help. It facilitates the unity of communities, churches, arts organisations and volunteers and helps liaise with local councils.