The Friends of St.Michaels and All Angels Kingsland
Our Charity is a non religious organisation dedicated to raising funds for the repair and renewal of the fabric of our 12th Century Parish Church, and at the same time bringing comedy, music, art and sculpture to Kingsland Village.
September 7th to the 15th – h.Art
Over 20 artists, sculptors and craftspeople have already booked places in what is one of the most popular venues for Herefordshire’s Art week festival, our Parish Church. This year we have also invited a number of very talented young artists to exhibit their work, often for the very first time. Last year over 1,500 people came, viewed and often bought during the 8 days of h.Art. Entry is free.
October 3rd. Arcadia Classical music concert.
Each year Thomas Bowes and Eleanor Alberga bring to Kingsland a superb classical music evening, with world class musicians. This years offering includes JS Bach – Ricercari in 6 Voices, Alberga – String Quartet No3, and Schubert – Cello Quintet. The Festival commences at the Sun Inn Leintwardine on the 2nd October and arrives in Kingsland Parish Church on Thursday evening, the 3rd October. Tickets £15.
October 26th. The Village Quire.
The last time the Village Quire visited Kingsland everyone present asked us to bring them back as soon as possible, and here they are. Singing the Songs of Silas, from H.E. Bates story about a loveable rogue, a womaniser who had a cottage full of homemade wine, told tall tales, drank, poached, and worked hard to avoid the bath tub!! The Village Quire have a reputation for spine tingling harmony and love of life that you get when voices are raised together. Come and hear for yourselves.
Tickets £12.00 and £8.00
Venue, the Coronation Hall
December 14th The Churchfitters
Anyone that managed to get to the almost snowed off performance by the Churchfitters two years ago will recall what a riotous evening it was. Now returning, again by popular demand, the Churchfitters have composed a special Christmas version of their wonderful show which is bound to be first rate entertainment. The three virtuoso musicians from England and France strut their stuff on a stage that bristles with instruments, including a stand up dustbin base and a bing bong machine made up of hacksaw blades!!!
Venue, the Coronation Hall.
Tickets are £15 and £10 to include mulled wine and mince pies.