Understandably, most new notices this month have something to do with next weekend’s famous 1940s festival. If you are planning to take part, you can find out more about this major event here.
Here are some alternative attractions that caught my eye:
The Holiday Proms – Sing for Britain
A concert by the Spa Singers, at St. Peter’s Hall. 7.30, admission £5 (£3 under 18s). Call 01526 860373
July 7 to 19
“Beauty in the midst of horror”
An art exhibition at St. Peter’s Church featuring artwork and drama by children from St. Andrew’s primary School, Brownies and Rainbows.
The Lincoln Ukelele Band: We’ll meet again
An invitation to a concert at Woodhall Spa Methodist Church. Doors open at 7.pm and the band strikes up at 7.30. Tickets are £5, and you can buy yours at the Cottage Museum. Contact 01526 352456. The event is in aid of Blind Veterans UK and the Cottage Museum. Band website
Music for Woodhall
This month’s guest organist will be Penny Weedon.
“Penny’s passion for the keyboard orchestra has satisfied her ambition to play every instrument in the orchestra and to be a conductor. She has thrilled audiences countrywide, including Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre, Birmingham Town Hall, Wolverhampton Civic Hall, The Bonington Theatre Nottingham, The Regis Theatre, and countless music festivals and clubs. Having previously owned some incredibly heavy ‘transportable’ instruments, Penny is now the proud owner of a Yamaha DDK-7 Keyboard Orchestra, which she has named her “Travelling Light Orchestra”. One of very few such instruments in the UK, it offers an impressive array of performance and sound-creating opportunities, whilst being completely portable.”
As usual the concert will be at St.Peter’s Hall at at 7.30: Contact Philip Groves, Music for Woodhall, 01526 353225