Louth Choral Society is joined by members of the Grantham Choral Society together with soloists and the Lincolnshire Chamber Orchestra conducted by Martin Pickering. A truly uplifting and memorable evening.
Sunday, 22 November 2015 at 7.30 p.m. Book early, click on the link.
On each ticket there is a space to write a question to the panel. The production team will select 10 to 12 questions for each show, on the night; before the show starts and the selected individuals will put their question to the panel. We hope to have an audience of 300, so get your ticket early.
Although it is an inSpire500 event it is being held in the TOWN HALL because the acoustics are better for a radio programme.
Monday 16th November 2015
Doors open 5pm – finish around 8.30pm, at the Town Hall
Tickets are available from St James shop or the Town Hall at £4.00 each
All welcome, viewing from Bridge Street, Festal Evensong at 6.30pm, Beer & BBQ on Westgate from 7.30pm, Fireworks around 8.30 to 9pm.
A large-scale, hand-knitted version of St. James church in Louth will be on display in the church this month as part of a year of celebrations marking the 500th anniversary of the completion of its medieval spire – the tallest of its kind in England.
As well as the exhibition of the Society’s work over a wide range of topics there is a competition, OPEN TO ALL, for pictures of St James spire. So if you have an interesting or original photo that you have taken, do enter the competition. click the ‘read more’ button below to get full details.
In addition we will have a display board for photos and ‘snap’s of St James to display and add to throughout the summer. This is not a competition but for interest in this 500th year. Please pass the message on.
We look forward to seeing your photos.
Open from 10.30am til 4pm each day, except Sundays.
On a clear day see the Humber and Yorkshire to the north, the Wolds to the South and the coast and sometimes even Norfolk in the east. Afterwards have a well earned cuppa and cake before buying a souvenir of your visit in the Friends of St James gift shop.