This year Richard is once again joined by master folk fiddler Nick Pynn and singer Amy Kakoura, two musicians who help take this show into the heart of Christmas.
Community arts officer June Mitchell said;
“From the oldest song in the Oxford Book of Carols to ‘Fairytale of New York’ on ukulele, this is a concert full of surprises and midwinter charm.”
“With the evocative, wintry sound of early music, favourite carols and pure, celebratory folk tunes, these concerts have become a much loved part of Christmas for audiences throughout the United Kingdom.”
Tickets cost: Adults £15; Concessions £13; Children under 14 FREE with full paying adult; additional children £5.
Tickets are available from Beverley Library, or by calling 01482 395320, or visit events.eastriding.gov.uk
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