Little Lunch Music

All Saints Church Westbury

All Saints Church

Although only began in 2015, the Little Lunch Music series of free concerts in All Saints Church, Westbury have already become a firm festival favourite; indeed so popular that we have had concerts at which we ran out of seats. (We can accommodate 250)

We have already finalised the 2019 concerts and although there are some favourites from previous years, there are some new performers to cheer up your lunchtime!

How do I get a ticket?: The concerts are free with no need to book, just turn up. There will be a voluntary but entirely optional collection plate if you would like to help towards the church’s costs but we are delighted for you to be our guest.

Can I bring my lunch?: Yes as long as it’s not too noisy or messy and you don’t leave litter. A quietly eaten sandwich should be fine.  There willalso be refreshments on sale though – lovely home made cakes and teas/coffees to tempt you.

I can’t be there for the whole concert: That’s fine – just arrive/leave quietly the church is open all day for anyone to come and go.

Sep 23 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Bach to the Beatles The Cantacordi Trio features Mike Bardsley on piano, Sue Collins on violin and Lyndsay Winpenny on cello. Their name – a variation of “The Singing Strings” reflects their origins as a
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Sep 24 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
We are pleased to welcome to the festival for the first time, the Jazz trio, This Side of Paris, who hail from Bradford on Avon . Playing swing/jazz, the trio comprises Stash Huchrak on double
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Sep 25 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
A new duet for the festival – Neil Moore on clarinet and Alan Burgess on piano. Neil Moore quickly developed a passion for music and went on to study at the City of Belfast School
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Sep 26 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
A return visit to the festival for members of the Trowbridge-based mixed choir, Sounding it Out. They are an a capella choir which sings an eclectic range of songs from around the world with the
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Sep 27 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
We are pleased to welcome oboeist Raluca Vinson and pianist Keith Harrison-Broninski to the festival for the first time. Following their successful debut performances in Frome and Nunney, Raluca and Keith appear in Westbury with
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Sep 30 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
A return visit to the lunchtime concerts for Celia Waghorn and friends.  This year, they are calling themselves ‘The Ecclectic Collections’ – comprising flute, recorder, piano and a string quartet. Their wide-ranging programme features a
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Oct 1 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
A welcome return to the festival for Ruth Phillips and Pauline Ward who bring their inimitable style to All Saints. This year ‘Two in One’ present “East meets West” Ruth and Pauline will perform an
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Oct 2 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Since coming together in 1916, the friendly Songbirds have grown into a vibrant successful choir.  The choir sing a wide range of songs including classical, folk, sacred, jazz and musical theatre. If you wish to
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Oct 3 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
Each year, as part of our series of lunchtime concerts, we invite some of the town’s younger performers to give a concert. Come along and enjoy listening to their young voices.
Oct 4 @ 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm All Saints Church
REEDS, STRINGS AND DRONES Amusette play instruments that use reeds, strings and drones.  They have 4 types of bagpipe from  Central France, Hurdy Gurdy, Accordion and Concertina. They are delighted to be taking part again
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Thanks

Westbury Festival are very grateful to the Reverend Caroline Husband, the wardens and the PCC for giving permission to use the church and their enthusiastic support for the festival as a whole.