St Mary’s will host an afternoon singing workshop followed by an evening concert on Saturday 29 April.
Supported by the National Heritage Lottery Fund as part our ‘Creative Church’ regeneration project, both the workshop and concert will tell the story of Walthamstow through music. Those attending the 2.30pm workshop will be invited to perform in the concert, which will be held that same evening at 6pm in St Mary’s – Walthamstow’s ancient church and oldest building.
Both events are free but require separate bookings.
See event details and the links to book below.
Voices of Walthamstow – a Free Singing Workshop for Everyone
Saturday 29 April, 2.30pm – 4.30pm
A singing and music workshop for all ages and all the family. Come and have fun using your voice to make music and explore Walthamstow’s unique history through song. We will even write our own song, which will be performed again in the evening concert. The workshop will last approximately one hour, after which you are invited to come and meet the musicians, hear more about the instruments, and listen to some of the music that will be played in the evening concert. Register for free here.
The Way to Walthamstow – a Concert Celebrating St Mary’s History
Saturday 29 April, 6pm – 7pm
Join us for a special one-night performance of music and poetry telling the story of Walthamstow from humble beginnings to the thriving community it is today. Some of Walthamstow’s finest professional musicians will take you on a journey from the origins of St Mary’s Church in the 12th century to the present day using period instruments alongside traditional English songs, liturgical music, dialogue and poetry. Register for free here.