The centenary of England's greatest composer since Elgar is the pretext for this gently irreverent celebration.
A sequence of Britten songs interspersed with an imaginary dialogue between Benjamin Britten and Sigmund Freud about Britten’s childhood, his fears and phobias, as well as his friends and enemies
Kerri-Lynne Dietz - mezzo-soprano
William Morgan - tenor
James Sherlock - piano
Piers Burton-Page as Benjamin Britten,
Gerald Davidson as Sigmund Freud.
Wednesday 30 October 7.00 for 7.30 pm
Princess Alexandra Hall, Royal Overseas League. Over-Seas House, Park Place,
St James's Street, London. SW1A 1LR
Pre and post-performance refreshments.
Tickets £25.00 Box Office as above
Sunday 3 November 4.00 pm
Woodhouse Copse, Holmbury, St Mary, Surrey RH5 6NL
Performance and refreshments
Tickets £22.00 Box Office as above
Wednesday 6 November 7.00 for 7.30 pm
49 Queens Gate Terrace SW7
Concert & pre-concert drink, £20.00
Concert, pre-concert drink & supper: £40.00. Box Office as above