Join us for a night of rocky horror mayhem and fancy dress in the gothic surrounds of St Giles’ Church.
For one night only the Vicar of St Giles’ has given us permission to screen this cult classic. Get your best stockings and suspenders ready. Dust off that corset and channel your inner Magenta and Riff Raff. Prizes will be awarded for the most fabulously dressed people!
Doors open at 7.30pm and the film screening will start at 8pm. Tickets are available from the Hill Bakery and online here for £10. Tickets are available on the door, subject to availability at £12.
Please note that this is a 15 certificate film and that no children under this age are permitted. Seating is unallocated so get there early to grab the best seats in the church! There will be a licensed cash bar on site.
Rumours the vicar may be dressing up himself have yet to be confirmed!
Join us for Vivaldi’s joyful ‘Gloria’ at St Giles’!
After a first half of Italian opera classics, performed by professional opera singers, the Gloria will be performed in its entirety by a choir with its 12 movements ranging from festive virtuosity to poignant sadness. There are wonderful aria-like movements followed by lively and uplifting choruses – this is an event not to be missed.
The Gloria will be performed by a ‘Come & Sing’ choir made up of enthusiastic local singers as well as members of St Giles’ Church Choir and Camberwell Community Choir.
Sunday 6th October, 6.30pm
Naomi Kilby – Soprano
Fae Evelyn – Soprano
Caroline Carragher – Mezzo Soprano
Matthew Duncan – Baritone
Aga Serugo-Lugo – Clarinet
Ed Alton – Classical Guitar
Norman Harper – Organ
Ashley Valentine – Conductor
105 Mins, Bar Available.
Suggested donation of £6 on the door, U18’S Free.
All proceeds will go towards the organ restoration fund.
Thank you to everyone who made our concert featuring the string players of the Orchestra of the City such a success!
Conducted by Chris Hopkins, do have a listen to Elgar’s poignant Elegy. We hope to welcome the orchestra back in 2020.