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Music & Literary Festival

22 - 30 June 2013

Hampstead Garden Suburb NW11

www.promsatstjudes.org.uk RAISING FUNDS FOR TOYNBEE HALL AND NORTH LONDON HOSPICE


WELCOME

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elcome to the 21st year of the Proms at St Jude’s. This annual event raises funds for two excellent causes – Toynbee Hall and the North London Hospice – to which we were delighted to be able to donate £50,000 in 2012. It is also a wonderful way of bringing the community together, supporting young artists and celebrating top quality music and literature.

12.45pm

Saturday 22 June

Family Concert

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7.45pm

Saturday 22 June

The Magic of Vienna

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7.45pm

Sunday 23 June

Vintage Jazz Night

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12.45pm

Monday 24 June

Trio Ischl

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7.45pm

Monday 24 June

John Lill Piano Recital

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You will see in this programme a wide range of concerts, designed for all tastes, including lunchtime events which are free. On the first weekend, we have eight top authors in our LitFest, run in association with The Henrietta Barnett School. And there is a series of walks where you can see familiar parts of London with new eyes. Become a Friend and enjoy priority booking and other benefits.

12.45pm

Tuesday 25 June

Julian Clef Piano Recital

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7.45pm

Tuesday 25 June

Lucie Skeaping and The Burning Bush

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12.45pm

Wednesday 26 June

The Albany Piano Trio

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7.45pm

Wednesday 26 June

Jack Liebeck Piano Trio

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12.45pm

Thursday 27 June

Schools Concert

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7.45pm

Thursday 27 June

The Sixteen

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12.45pm

Friday 28 June

Organ and Soprano Recital

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7.45pm

Friday 28 June

Sir Willard White with Eugene Asti piano

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The Reverend Alan Walker

12.45pm

Saturday 29 June

Family Concert

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PRESIDENT, PROMS AT ST JUDE’S, VICAR OF ST JUDE-ON-THE-HILL

7.45pm

Saturday 29 June

Orchestra Nova

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7.45pm

Sunday 30 June

Last Night of the Proms

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Thank you for taking an interest in what is on offer. Do come along and experience the magic of this superb festival.

Friends First Priority booking for Friends of Proms at St Jude’s – Ticket orders from Friends take priority over bookings from others, see page 14. If you would like to become a Friend – it can cost as little as £35 – visit the Proms at St Jude’s website www.promsatstjudes.org.uk or complete the form in the centre of this leaflet.

Refreshments Come and visit the LitFest café – open throughout the first weekend of the festival for fresh sandwiches, delicious home-made cakes, tea, coffee and soft drinks. It is located in The Henrietta Barnett School, near to all the LitFest action. For a snack, sandwich or drink before a lunchtime or evening concert, try our licensed refreshment marquee, beside St Jude-on-the-Hill Church. Wine and beer, hot and cold drinks and a tempting range of food are available from noon to 2pm and from 7pm.

PATRONS: Sir Rodric Braithwaite GCMG • Dr David Cohen CBE • Erich Gruenberg OBE Henry Kelly • Dame Emma Kirkby • John Lill CBE • Lord Moser KCB FBA

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Contents

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Sunday 23 June - Saturday 29 June Proms Heritage Walks

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Saturday 22 June - Sunday 23 June Literary Festival

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How to book

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How to get there

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Guide to facilities for people with disabilities

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CONTENTS

Welcome to Proms at St Jude’s

Free concerts for kids! This year’s Proms at St Jude’s Festival includes three top quality concerts for kids and families and what’s more they’re all FREE! Suitable for children aged 3 upwards. Sandwiches and refreshments available. Just look out for the Take the kids sticker.

St Jude-on-the-Hill, Central Square NW11 7AH General enquiries (not Box Office), telephone 020 8455 8687

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CONCERTS

7.45pm

Pandemonium on the Square

Landmarks of the Swing Era

Supported by the HGS Residents Association

Supported by Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP

The Pandemonium Drummers and Friends. The massed ranks of the wonderful Pandemonium Drummers and the Industrial Revolution Workers were a huge hit for the millions who watched the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony on TV. Don’t miss this chance for all the family to see and hear some of them live. They’ll be drumming out their joyful, ebullient – and loud – music on Central

The Guildhall Jazz Band directed by Martin Hathaway, one of Britain’s leading jazz musicians, play classic big band favourites. Six times winners of the BBC Big Band contest, the Guildhall School of Music & Drama’s Big Band has recorded four albums and has performed with a host of international stars

7.45pm

Pandemonium Drummers

Square along with a choir of amazing volunteer Games Makers from London 2012. If it’s wet, they’ll be in the Church making the rafters roar.

I The Magic of Vienna

Supported by the Bertha Foundation

The London International Orchestra with Paul Bateman conductor. The acclaimed orchestra and international

Njabulo Madlala

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Victoria Simmonds

The Guildhall Jazz Band

from Dame Cleo Laine to Radiohead. Tonight’s band line-up features Big Band classics from the vintage jazz era including music by Duke Ellington and Count Basie. The band will include Martin Hathaway saxophone, clarinet and flute, Colin Good piano and Malcolm Earle Smith trombone.

Monday 24 June 12.45pm

opera singers celebrate the great Austrian composers including Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Strauss and Lehár.

I Trio Ischl

Max Welford clarinet, Peter Foggitt piano, and Rebecca Herman cello. Beethoven Trio in B flat Op 11 and Brahms Trio in A Minor Op 114.

7.45pm

Njabulo Madlala baritone – South African-born Njabulo won the 2010 Kathleen Ferrier Competition and the 2012 Royal Overseas League Trophy for the Most Outstanding Musician from Overseas.

Victoria Simmonds mezzo-soprano – Victoria has won international acclaim as a singer of traditional and contemporary classical pieces.

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Max Welford

Peter Foggitt

Rebecca Herman

I John Lill Piano Recital

Mozart Sonata in D K576, Schumann Fantasy in C Op 17, Brahms Two Rhapsodies: Op 79 in B Minor and G minor and Beethoven Sonata in C Op 53 ‘Waldstein’. John Lill’s concert career spans over 55 years. He gave his first piano recital at the age of nine. At 18 he performed Rachmaninov’s 3rd Piano Concerto under Sir Adrian Boult and in 1970 he won the prestigious Moscow International Tchaikovsky Competition. One of the leading British pianists of his generation, John Lill has performed in over 50 countries.

Mary Nelson soprano – Mary’s many performances around Europe have included Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with the City of London Sinfonia and Vivaldi’s La Senna Festeggiante with The King’s Consort in The Netherlands.

Mary Nelson

I Vintage Jazz Night

Supported by the HGS Residents Association

Jesús León tenor – Praised for his stratospheric high notes, innate musicality and dashing good looks, Mexican Jesús León is one of today’s most talented young lyric tenors.

Jesús León

Sunday 23 June

CONCERTS

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‘He is one of the greatest pianists alive today. Across the board, I do not know another pianist who could hold a candle to this magisterial keyboard player.’ Glasgow Herald John Lill

‘As near to perfection as we can hope for.’ The Guardian

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CONCERTS

12.45pm

Wednesday 26 June

I Julian Clef piano

12.45pm

I The Albany Piano Trio

Supported by the HGS Residents Association

Supported by the HGS Residents Association

The prize-winning young pianist Julian Clef, whose talent was first spotted as a teenager in Kerala, India, has been studying in England since 2006. He has played in concerts throughout Britain and Europe. At today’s concert he will play J.S. Bach Preludes and Fugues Nos 9, 4 and 3 from The Well-tempered Clavier; Nikolai Kapustin Eight Concert Etudes Op 40 and Chopin Variations on ‘Là ci darem la mano’ Op 2.

Pippa Harrison piano, Gemma Sharples violin and Verity Evanson cello. Haydn Piano Trio in G ‘Gypsy Rondo’ Hob XV:25; Mendelssohn Piano Trio No 1 in D minor Op 49.

7.45pm

7.45pm

I Jack Liebeck Piano Trio

Supported by the Jacqueline & Michael Gee Charitable Trust Julian Clef

Jack Liebeck violin, Guy Johnston cello and Katya Apekisheva piano. Beethoven Trio No 1 in E flat; Ravel Trio in A minor; Schubert Trio No 1 in B flat.

I Lucie Skeaping and The Burning Bush

Songs and dance music from the old Jewish world Supported by the John S Cohen Foundation

Singer, instrumentalist, broadcaster and author, Lucie Skeaping – a one-time pupil at The Henrietta Barnett School and King Alfred School – is a noted exponent of popular songs from 16th and 17th century England and also plays baroque violin, fiddle and rebec. Her enthusiasm for early, often profane, ballads led to The Daily

Telegraph describing her as ‘the bawdy babe of Radio 3’. Her performances with her pioneering Burning Bush sextet have been described as a feral mix of rapturous Klezmer rhythms, heart-tugging Hasidic folk melodies, infectious Ottoman dance, haunting Ladino ballads and Yiddish ghetto songs and a joy from first note to last.

Guy Johnston won the BBC Young Musician of the Year award in 2000. He has played with the London Philharmonic and BBC Philharmonic Orchestras and the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin. ‘Johnston has already forged a place as one of the country’s most promising and distinctive cellists.’ The Strad

Photograph by Jack Liebeck

Lucie Skeaping and The Burning Bush

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One of the most inspirational young violinists on the concert platform, Jack Liebeck has performed with many of the world’s leading orchestras. His recording of the Dvorˇák Violin Concerto with Garry Walker and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Dvorˇák’s Sonata and Sonatina with Katya Apekisheva secured him the 2010 Classical BRIT Award as Young British Performer of the Year. ‘A musician of exceptional gifts, blessed as he is with a glorious, mellifluous tone and interpretative insight.’ The Daily Telegraph

Jack Liebeck

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Gemma Sharples, Verity Evanson & Pippa Harrison

CONCERTS

Tuesday 25 June

Russian-born Katya Apekisheva is one of Europe’s foremost pianists, in demand as a soloist and chamber musician. She has performed as a soloist with the London Philharmonic, The Hallé and the Moscow Philharmonic. Her 2011 recording with Jack Liebeck of the complete Brahms Sonatas was a critical triumph, as was her solo CD of works by Mussorgsky and Shostakovich. Guy Johnston

Katya Apekisheva

‘Astute colours and brilliant technique.’ The Times

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Te  ! 12.45pm I Schools Concert

12.45pm

Folk on a String

In the Free Church

Supported by the HGS Residents Association

Supported by the HGS Residents Association

Nonesuch Orchestra with Jennifer Thorn leader. Music for strings inspired by folk songs and dances from Britain and beyond, including music by Holst, Warlock, Rutter and the Strauss family. All ages welcome (particularly suited to 3 to 11-year-olds).

James Sherlock piano and organ with Lucy Roberts soprano. Lunchtime programme to include Handel Eternal Source of Light Divine; Bach Prelude and Fugue in D BWV 532; Mozart Exultate, Jubilate and Mahler Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn.

Nonesuch Orchestra

7.45pm

I The Sixteen

Harry Christophers conductor. The Sixteen perform some of the best-loved classics of Tudor and Jacobean church music and madrigals together with popular modern pieces in an evening of unaccompanied choral music by Harry Christophers Tallis, Morley, Gibbons, Byrd and James MacMillan. Also included are Tippett’s Spirituals from A Child of Our

Time and Britten’s Choral Dances from Gloriana. Founded 33 years ago by Harry Christophers – a regular guest conductor for many major orchestras and opera companies worldwide – The Sixteen, recognised as one of the world’s greatest vocal ensembles, is heard regularly on the BBC and has been designated ‘the Voices of Classic FM’. The ensemble tours throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas and recently released its 100th title on its own record label, CORO.

Photograph by MolinaVisuals

Photograph by Marco Borggreve

An Immortal Legacy

I Organ and Soprano Recital

James Sherlock

Lucy Roberts

I Sir Willard White with Eugene Asti piano Songs by Schubert, Brahms, Quilter, Vaughan Williams and Britten with some spirituals.

Photographof Eugene Asti by Malcolm Crowthers

CONCERTS

7.45pm

Friday 28 June

CONCERTS

Thursday 27 June

The great Jamaican-born bass-baritone Sir Willard White has performed in all the world’s major opera houses. He has appeared as soloist many times at the BBC Proms and his concert programme ‘Robeson Re-Explored’ – which he performed at Proms at St Jude’s in 2010 – was an international success.

Sir Willard White

Eugene Asti

Highly sought-after as an accompanist, Eugene Asti has performed with great artists including Dame Felicity Lott, Sir Thomas Allen and Angelika Kirchschlager as well as Sir Willard White.

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Saturday 29 June 12.45pm

I Family Concert

Supported by the HGS Residents Association

The Sixteen

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BBC Elstree Concert Band. Back by popular demand, their 2013 Family Concert will entertain young and old with music from some of the best-known films and West End shows. This year there will be front row beanbags and cushions for the children and a ‘play along’ during some key pieces.

BBC Elstree Concert Band

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CONCERTS

7.45pm

I Orchestra Nova

Supported by Pamela Fulton and Kate Munday

George Vass conductor and Madeleine Mitchell violin. Programme to include works for strings by Mozart, Elgar, Sibelius and Tchaikovsky with the first London performance (with orchestra) of David Matthews’ Romanza for Violin and Strings. Madeleine Mitchell

George Vass, founder-director of Orchestra Nova, is a former Artistic Director of the Hampstead and Highgate Festival. He has made several recordings of works by David Matthews. Here is a gifted British conductor at the height of his powers ...whose future is undoubtedly assured.’ Musical Opinion

George Vass

David Matthews

‘Madeleine Mitchell is one of Britain’s liveliest musical forces and foremost violinists.’ The Times

Supported by Godfrey & Barr

Haydn Chamber Orchestra, Adrian Leaper conductor, Charlie Siem violin and Emma Dogliani soprano. Programme to include Weber Oberon Overture; Sibelius Violin Concerto; Wagner Siegfried Idyll and traditional Last Night favourites. Charlie Siem

Monday 24 June

2.00pm I The Suburb - A History in Trees A walk with Trust staff, Nick Packard and Georgina Malcolm, looking at the quantity, quality and variety of trees on the Suburb. They are one of its glories and the subject of a survey being carried out by the Trust. Meet 2pm in the car park, St Jude-on-the-Hill NW11 7AH.

Emma Dogliani has been winning critical plaudits since 1998 when she made her solo debut with the Royal Opera in Parsifal with Plácido Domingo.

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A Suburb walk led by Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust manager Jane Blackburn exploring the links between the work of Henrietta and Samuel Barnett in the East End and Hampstead Garden Suburb, as depicted in a painting of them which hangs at Toynbee Hall. Meet 10.30am at The Gallery, Fellowship House, 136a Willifield Way NW11 6YD.

Tuesday 25 June

‘…These are performances of remarkable freshness and spontaneity … Clearly Siem is a player of remarkable promise.’ BBC Music Magazine

‘The best singing came from Emma Dogliani in the title role, brightly sweet of tone.’ Rodney Milnes, The Times

10.30am I Henrietta Barnett & the Suburb’s Link with the East End

A walk exploring City of London highlights and a host of links to Suburb personalities. Led by Lester Hillman, City Conservation Area Advisory Committee Member and accredited guide. Meet 10.30am West Face of St Paul’s Cathedral, Statue of Queen Anne, top of Ludgate Hill EC4M 8AD.

I Last Night of the Proms

Charlie Siem is one of the UK’s brightest stars in classical music. His recordings with Warner Classics and Jazz include Bruch, Wieniawski and Ole Bull with the London Symphony Orchestra which went to No 3 in the UK specialist classical chart in 2011.

Sunday 23 June

10.30am I Suburb in the City

Sunday 30 June 7.45pm

Tickets are £7.50 and must be booked in advance – see booking form

Wednesday 26 June 10.30am I Poverty & Philanthropy in London’s East End What Victorian philanthropists did for the poor in the East End, from colleges to soup kitchens, libraries to bathhouses, art galleries to night shelters. Visit includes a guided tour of Toynbee Hall founded by Samuel & Henrietta Barnett. Led by City of London Guide Hermione Pool or Blue Badge Guide Julia Male. Meet outside Whitechapel Art Gallery E1 7QX.

Thursday 27 June

HERITAGE WALKS

Proms Heritage Walks

Saturday 29 June

10.30am I Landscape and Architecture: The Setting of the Suburb How Henrietta Barnett and Raymond Unwin used the power of the landscape to create a sense of place and enhance social cohesion. Walk led by Trust Architectural Adviser, David Davidson. Meet 10.30am in the car park, St Jude-on-the-Hill NW11 7AH.

Friday 28 June 10.00am I Hampstead Heath & the Philanthropists Who Helped Save It A walk taking in Golders Hill Park, the Hill Garden, Sandy Heath and the Heath Extension. Heath Superintendent Simon Lee, and staff tell how Henrietta Barnett and associates saved these areas for the public and explain the City of London’s conservation work. Meet at Golders Hill Park café (opens at 9am), off North End Way NW3 7HD, for a prompt 10am start.

Saturday 29 June 10.30am I Poverty & Philanthropy in London’s East End

Emma Dogliani

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A second chance to join this walk. See details above.

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LITERARY FSETIVAL

Sunday 23 June

in association with The Henrietta Barnett School

12.30-1.30pm

Antonio Carluccio moved to London in 1975 and opened the first Carluccio’s Caffè in 1998. He has written 13 bestsellers. His latest book, Two Greedy Italians, written with BBC TV sparring partner Gennaro Contaldo, contains more than 100 mouthwatering recipes and captures the authors’ humour, wisdom, curiosity and, above all, shared passion for good, simple food.

Following the success of our first Literary Weekend last year, we are delighted to welcome a host of top authors and celebrity guests in 2013.

Saturday 22 June 11.00am-12 noon

I Tim Smit

2.00-3.00pm

Sir Tim Smit is the inspirational and indefatigable force behind the Eden Project in Cornwall, which has been described as ‘the eighth wonder of the world’. He is the author of The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Eden, the best-selling book on the environment so far this century.

2.00-3.00pm

3.30-4.30pm

Kate Atkinson is that rare gem, a literary novelist whose books race to the top of the bestseller lists. She won the Whitbread (now Costa) Book of the Year prize with her first novel, Behind the Scenes at the Museum. Her most recent novels, including When Will There Be Good News? and Started Early, Took My Dog feature the irresistible private eye Jackson Brodie. She talks to Times Literary Editor Erica Wagner about her latest novel, Life After Life, published in March this year.

5.30-6.30pm

I Michael Holroyd

Winner of the 2005 David Cohen Literary Prize, Sir Michael Holroyd is renowned for his two volumes of memoirs, Basil Street Blues and Mosaic, and for his biographies of Augustus John, Bernard Shaw and Lytton Strachey. He talks to broadcaster Sue MacGregor about his most recent work, A Book Of Secrets: illegitimate daughters, absent fathers, an atmospheric blend of memoir and biographies of notable women.

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I Simon Garfield

Hampstead resident Simon Garfield has written 13 acclaimed and diverse non-fiction books including Just My Type: A Book About Fonts and The End of Innocence: Britain in the time of AIDS for which he won the Somerset Maugham Prize. His most recent, On the Map, examines cartography from the earliest sketches to Google maps, and shows how maps relate to and realign our history. Photograph by Andrew Crowley

Photograph by Euan Myles

Baroness Susan Greenfield the distinguished scientist, writer and broadcaster is interviewed by Guardian Science Editor Alok Jha. Susan Greenfield has never been afraid of controversy and her views on the adverse effects of modern technology on child development provoked strong reactions in the scientific community. Her first novel, 2121: A Story for the 22nd Century, set just over a hundred years in the future, will be published in July this year.

I Kate Atkinson

I Sandra Howard

One of the leading fashion models of the 1960s, Sandra Howard now plays an active role in two national charities and has forged a successful career as a novelist. Her most recent novel, Ex-Wives, focuses on the insecurities of second wives. Sandra is married to former Conservative Party leader, Michael Howard.

I Susan Greenfield

4.00-5.00pm

I Antonio Carluccio

LITERARY FESTIVAL

LitFest Weekend

5.00-6.00pm

I Edward Stourton

Edward Stourton is a writer and presenter of current affairs programmes and documentaries for radio and television, including BBC Radio 4’s The World at One and Analysis, and is a frequent contributor to the Today programme. He is the author of six books and discusses with Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner the latest, Cruel Crossing – Escaping Hitler Across the Pyrenees, published this April.

Books, books, books! Books will be on sale from Waterstones booksellers on site. All our authors have very kindly agreed to come and talk at the Proms LitFest without a fee so that the money from ticket sales can go to help support our nominated charities. Please help us to thank them by buying as many books as possible!

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BOOKING

Booking periods open as follows: Gold Friends Silver Friends Bronze Friends General public

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Monday 18 March Tuesday 2 April Monday 15 April Monday 29 April

Become a Friend To become a Friend, join online at www.promsatstjudes.org.uk or apply using the form in the centre of this leaflet.

Book online We strongly recommend booking tickets online at www.promsatstjudes.org.uk, using our secure system. This allows you to select exactly the seats you want from those available. It also cuts our administration overheads, allowing us to donate more to our target charities. Postal booking – If you wish to book by post, we will select the best available seats for you. Please complete and return the booking form in the centre of this leaflet. If you require further copies, please call 020 8455 8687. Telephone booking at Box Office 020 3322 8123 opens from Wednesday 5 June, 2-6pm every day except Sunday. Outside these hours, please leave a message. • Tickets will be posted to you • All bookings will be subject to a fee of £2.50 per booking • Refunds on returns will be given only if we are able to resell unwanted tickets and will be subject to a £5 administration charge per booking.

Evening concerts

LitFest events

All evening concerts will take place in St Jude-on-the-Hill Church.

Literary Weekend events will take place at The Henrietta Barnett School.

Seating is classified as Premium A and B (front A, rear B) and Unnumbered C. For prices, see booking form and below.

• All tickets are £8.50 and can be booked in advance • All seats are unreserved and are on a first come, first served basis

• Premium seating is upholstered, numbered and in the main body of the church • Unnumbered seats are wooden and are placed down the aisle. Some of these seats have restricted views and video screens are placed to help overcome this, but early arrival is recommended • Cushions are available to hire for £1 • Special spaces are reserved for wheelchair users – please indicate when booking if you need one of these • Doors open at 7pm • Promenader tickets: £3 at the door only (max. 30 standing).

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Travel by bus or Northern Line to Golders Green Station. Then either walk to St Jude’s – it takes fifteen minutes – or catch an H2 bus from its terminal by the station in Finchley Road. Get off at Heathgate and you will see St Jude’s just up the hill – The Free Church and The Henrietta Barnett School are only a stone’s throw away. A D D I S ON W AY

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Lunchtime concerts will take place in St Jude-on-the-Hill Church, except for the concert on Friday 28 June, which takes place at the Free Church. • All tickets are FREE • All seats are unreserved • Doors open at 12 noon.

The Henrietta Barnett School

St Jude’s Church

Facilities for people with disabilities P Pillar

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Ticket prices A Premium A B Premium B C Unnumbered C

Wheelchair access to church and toilet. Please let us know your requirements when booking Hearing loop

£22 and £25 seats £17 and £20 seats £10 and £11 seats

Proms at St Jude’s reserves the right to substitute artists, vary programmes and walks and cancel talks if necessary.

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The starting points and times for walks vary and are indicated for each event.

Parking is available in the surrounding streets – please park considerately or use public transport.

Lunchtime concerts

P S I D E

Walks

St Jude-on-the-Hill, Central Square NW11 7AH

Free Church

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• Some events may not be accessible for wheelchair users – please indicate when booking if you require a ticket for a wheelchair user and we will contact you accordingly • Doors open 20 minutes before the scheduled start time.

How to get there

BOOKING

How to book

Book tickets online at www.promsatstjudes.org.uk

Parking in St Jude’s car park is very limited. It is strictly for the disabled and MUST be pre-booked

UNDERGROUND

To Golders Hill Park

FIRST AID by Abacus.

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Music & Literary Festival Thanks to all our sponsors and donors We thank the sponsors and donors who, along with the Friends and other supporters, make the Proms at St Jude’s Music & Literary festival possible.

Gold Sponsors The Bertha Foundation • Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP • The Dorset Foundation Friends of Proms at St Jude’s • Pamela Fulton and Kate Munday The Jacqueline and Michael Gee Charitable Trust

Silver Sponsors The John S Cohen Foundation • Godfrey & Barr Hampstead & Highgate Express • Hampstead Garden Suburb Residents Association Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust

Donors Michael and Wendy Max • Meenal Mehta of The Romeera Foundation Waterstones • Daniel Watney Chartered Surveyors

A Member of the British Arts Festivals Association

Proms at St Jude’s is the trading name of SJP Charity Trust Limited • Company No. 04482726 Registered Office: 10 Middleton Road, London NW11 7NS • Registered Charity No. 1094719 Design and artwork by 1st Impression • 020 8441 0672 • www.1st-impression.org Printed by Falkland Press • 01707 277 550 • www.falklandpress.com

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