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Cameo Opera at Charlton Park
After an indifferent summer the weather gods smiled on us and we had lovely, balmy evening for the start of our event, a picnic in the grounds of Charlton park. Following good food, wine and company we moved into the ballroom for the entertainment.
Cameo Opera provided a delightful musical evening. The program ranged from Puccini to Porgy and Bess and musical stops in between. Not only were the troupe accomplished singers but great actors too, with a seductive soprano circulating during her aria, and a barber who shaved a member of the audience during Figaro!
We were lucky to have some good male voices in the audience who went on stage to join in the chorus of ‘ A Policeman’s lot is not a Happy One’, appropriate knee bending included!
We had some spectacular gifts for auction and thanks to the generosity of the audience we raised £680 for this years charities, KRAN and SNAAP.
From Augustine to Justin:
The Archiepiscopal Oscar Awards
Wednesday 5th October, ISC 18.30
Celebrated local author Professor John Butler talks us through the relative merits of the Archbishops of Canterbury.
St Nicholas City Parade
Saturday 3rd December
Last years parade was the best ever. Can we top it this year? Yes we can! As last year the Parade with distinguished guests will start from Westgate Hall at 12.00 and make its jolly way through the city pausing in Rose square for a fanfare from the balcony at Primark, through Whitefriars and on to the Buttermarket at 13.00 where Saint Nicholas is welcomed by the Dean, the Lord Mayor and other dignitaries for a brief children-centred service in the Nave.
Saint Nicholas Festival Dinner ISC Refectory Saturday 3rd December 19.00
This year we are ringing the changes with food and entertainment celebrating St Nicholas’ birthplace; Asia Minor.
Further events to be announced soon…