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Quartet Camerata Concert: Sunday 13th June

Please note that the time of this concert has changed – it will now begin at 4.00pm

We are thrilled that Quartet Camerata will be joining us once again on Sunday 13th June, this time in the form of a string trio.

They will perform:

  • Beethoven Duet for Viola and Cello
  • Françaix 1933 String Trio
  • Beethoven String Trio op 9 no 2

The concert will last about an hour without an interval. Please wear a face mask and observe social distancing.

Entrance with reserved spaces only. .

To reserve your place please contact bussereau@icloud.com or phone 01582 882 159.

There will be a retiring collection in aid of our St Mary’s Charity of the Year, Pumps for Mpwapwa.

Pop Up Classics: Sunday 23rd May, 2.00pm

We are delighted that our friends from Symphonia Academica will be joining us once again to perform a live concert at St Mary’s (inside the church) on Sunday 23rd May at 2.00pm.

Boccherini Oboe Quintet in G, op55 no1

Dvořák String Quartet in F “American” op96

Bax Oboe Quintet

  • Rebecca Wood oboe
  • Peter Bussereau & Marcus Broome violins
  • Ania Ullman viola
  • Ben Rogerson cello

The concert will last approximately 1 hour (without interval).

There will be a retiring collection – all proceeds after costs will go to our own Charity of the Year, Pumps for Mpwapwa and the Luton Foodbank.

Please wear a face mask and observe social distancing at all times. Entrance with reserved spaces only.

To book your place, please contact bussereau@icloud.com or telephone 01582 882 159.

Wire Sculptures in the Churchyard: The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse

Four beautiful wire sculptures have arrived in the churchyard as part of the Forest Tots trail based around the book ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse’ by Charlie Mackesy.

The sculptures were made by Virginia Corbett and can be found around near the West Door of the church.

The Forest Tots trail has been set up to keep our Forest Tots group for toddlers and pre-schoolers together and busy whilst we can’t meet together.

Near the sculptures you will also see their ‘Happy Houses’ which they are building and working on each week, the Thank You Tree where whey draw or write on chalkboards something they are grateful for each week, painted stones near the Welcome Tree, which shows a different page from ‘The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse’ which is our theme for the trail each week.

Do pop down to have a look at the sculptures, and join in with the trail if you wish – there is no upper age limit to helping to build the Happy Houses, writing on the Thank You Tree or reflecting on the theme each week!