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Orangery Concerts at Sewerby Hall and Gardens in March

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Tue, 26 Feb 2019
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March will bring a range of concerts to the famous Orangery at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, featuring many different types of music.

Sunday, 3 March at 1.30pm will feature Hull indie folk band, The Nocturnal Flowers, singing songs with hooks, melodies and choruses, on the themes of love, loss and despair – tissues may be required! The band will be supported by Shirley Higton.

Sunday, 10 March at 1.30pm will mark the return to the Orangery of A Capella, an unaccompanied close harmony group, conducted by Ralph Earwicker. The concert will feature music from classical and sacred to secular, including arrangements by modern composers.

On Sunday, 17 March at 1.30pm, ukulele band The Assembly Line will perform.

The final concert of the month will be on Sunday, 31 March, at 1.30pm and will feature Coastal Voices, a dynamic singing group from Bridlington.

Admission to the concert, the house and gardens is £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for children. A family ticket costs £11. Admission to the grounds and gardens only is free during the winter months.

For full details of the Orangery concerts, the house and gardens, the zoo and the café, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk