Nottingham Community Voices
Nottingham Concert Orchestra
Kate Taylor soloist
Simon Theobald presenter and soloist
Angela Kay conductor
Come and enjoy heartwarming songs from the classic 1965 film, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, foot tapping numbers from the hit musical and film MAMMA MIA and unforgettable melodies from
Gershwin’s musicals including PORGY AND BESS.
The programme will also feature items performed by the orchestra and our guest soloists, Kate Taylor and Simon Theobald
The UK’s ‘Best Vintage Fair' returns to the Albert Hall this May!
Find unique, handpicked quality goods with stalls of vintage fashion, accessories, home, collectables and more from some of the UK's finest vintage traders.
It’s the perfect chance to shop affordable items, support independents and grab yourself a unique piece of the past!
For the perfect tea break, SECRET CAKE CLUB will be putting on a great spread of delicious cakes and bakes fresh from their kitsch kitchen. Teas and cakes are served up on beautiful vintage china in the pop-up tearoom so don't miss out on a sweet treat!
HAIR AND BEAUTY
New year, new you! Stop by the hair and beauty salon for the vintage makeover that you've always dreamed of. For perfect pin curls, amazing victory rolls and sky-scraping beehives, a visit to The Salon is a must.
The National Crime Agency recently revealed that it had discovered cases of modern slavery in virtually every large town and city within the UK.
The slavery symposium, convened by the University of Nottingham's 'Rights Lab' in partnership with Rotary Great Britain and Ireland, brings together the latest advances in anti-slavery research, policy and practice to help you to fight slavery in your own community. The morning provides a choice of interactive workshop sessions, with case studies and information designed to appeal to businesses and professionals from a wide range of backgrounds, including health, law enforcement, local government and the voluntary sector. After lunch there will be an opportunity to hear from some of the leading experts in the field, and a chance to debate how Rotary can help to address this pressing global challenge. Admission includes lunch.
Classical Bites Concert
American Classics/ Film Favourites Old & New
Compere Frances Finn (BBC Radio Nottingham)
Guest Conductor: Keiron Anderson
Violin: Aminata Kanneh-Mason
Fanfare for the Common Man - Copland
Adagio for Strings - Barber
Schindler’s List - Wiliams
Theme from Star Wars - Williams
The Big Country - Moross
Robin Hood Prince of Thieves - Kaman
Back to The Future - Silvestri
Captain America - Silvestri
The Incredibles - Giacchino
Concert Tickets: £14, £12 concessions and £5 for 18 and under and full time students.
Family ticket (2 adults 2 children) £35
Join us after the concert for an American themed meal:
- American Style Hot Dog with American Mustard and ketchup
- A glass of American white wine or a bottle of Budweiser or soft drink
Price includes concert ticket and meal: £28, £26 concessions and £19 students/18 and under.
Family ticket (2 adults 2 children) £91
Ross Edgley made history in 2018 by doing what no man has ever done before, with his historic 2,000 mile swim around mainland Great Britain. His No.1 Sunday Times Best Selling Book changed our views of physical fitness and his historic swim around Great Britain altered our views of mental fortitude. The World's Fittest Live Show combines the teachings of the World's Fittest Book with the learnings from 23 weeks at sea, including commentary and confessions from the the Great British Swim. Expect tales from the world's longest staged sea swim, packed with the physical and mental fitness secrets that will allow you to unlock your superhuman physical potential.
Catch Ross live, for the very first time in 2019 as he discusses tales from the world's longest staged sea swim, packed with the physical and mental fitness secrets that will allow you to unlock your superhuman physical potential.
Join the NTU Music ensembles at Nottingham’s Albert Hall for a refreshing mix of music on a summer’s afternoon.
Enjoy performances from our Choir, Chamber Choir, Concert Band, Brass Band and more, as they perform a selection of music to celebrate the end of the academic year.
Tickets for this event can be purchased online.
NTU / Confetti Student £5.00
Tickets purchased online will be available to collect on the door. Please ensure you have proof of identification with you. NTU / Confetti students will be asked to show a valid student card on the door at the event.
If you would like any more information, please email the Music Team or telephone them on +44 (0)115 848 4570.
An afternoon of Choirs and music from the Binns organ. Why not complete the afternoon with a delicious 3 course Sunday lunch? Seating at 1pm, pre booking required. Call 0115 950 0411 to book your table.
Dickinson’s Real Deal is coming to Nottingham's Albert Hall Conference Centre 29th June
ITV’s Hit Antiques Show Presented by David Dickinson is looking for local people to cash in their antiques & valuables.
Why let your antiques collect dust in the attic when you can sell them for cash? Take money on the spot from a dealer OR if you think your item is worth more….take a gamble at auction!
Dickinson’s Real Deal is currently one of the most popular daytime shows on ITV and is regularly watched by over a million people. Back for a Sixteenth series, David Dickinson and the dealers are traveling around the country looking for some more bobby dazzlers brought in by members of the public!
If you want to sell your goods, but only for the right price, David and the dealers are going to be at:
Nottingham Albert Hall
N Circus St, Nottingham
Doors will be open between 8am and 5pm – David & the team look forward to seeing you there!
Comments from David Dickinson:
“It’s great to bring the show to Nottingham”
“People of Nottingham come along and get the Real Deal”
As usual David Dickinson will be keeping an eye on the deals and giving advice about whether to take the dealers’ cash OR gamble at auction. But the final decision lies with our contributors and it’s up to them to decide which option is the REAL DEAL!
Members of the public should bring their antiques & collectables along – our team of independent valuers will be offering free advice on all items brought along on the day. Admission is free & you do not need to book a place or a ticket.
You can contact the Dickinson’s Real Deal team with any queries regarding the event or the programme, on the DRD hotline: 0117 970 7618 or via email@example.com
Or write to the team at:
The Dickinson’s Real Deal Team
RDF Television West
Direct from the USA, William Hicks is simply incredible in this exciting live concert style show celebrating the legend of Barry White.
The show has received an overwhelming response from audiences which is a reflection on the pure quality of this show. It really is second to none.
William has an impressive resume Gladys Knight has said he is a “pleasure to work with” and “his vocals are simply phenomenal” . William’s smooth, silky vocals and relaxed, natural stage presence are perfect in capturing the essence of Barry White.
With rave reviews this brand new show LET THE MUSIC PLAY brings all the hits of the legendary Mr Barry White with support from the fabulous Motown trio the Supreme Dreamgirls along with the amazing live band Soul Unlimited.
If you love soul and Motown get your dancing shoes on and get ready to party!
Adapted by Helen Edmundson
Based on the novel by Jamila Gavin
In 1739 Thomas Coram established his Foundling Hospital, a home for unwanted children. Into this world fall Aaron and his best friend Toby, one the unknowing heir to a vast fortune and the other rescued from an African slave ship.
Aaron’s gift for music exposes both boys to the dark underbelly of Georgian society. Soon they are on a dangerous journey to unravel their pasts and forge their destinies.
Based on Jamila Gavin’s Whitbread Children’s Book of the Year Award-winning novel, Coram Boy is a gripping family saga that exposes an era blighted by slavery and the ill-treatment of children.
Nottingham’s beautiful Albert Hall, with its iconic Binns Organ, provides the perfect backdrop to Coram Boy’s soaring choral score. Six professional actors, with up to 100 community performers, will bring to life this epic tale of heartbreak and redemption.
Artistic Director Adam Penford, following his highly acclaimed production of The Madness of George III, directs this tale of the power of music and the unbreakable bond of parent-child love.
‘Let’s Get It On’, A stunning celebration of the life and songs of Marvin Gaye, The Prince of Soul.
Singer, Writer and Producer.
With a fantastic live band under the Musical Directorship of Mal Maddock (Ray Charles, James Brown, Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder), this will be a night to remember.
Marvin’s honours and awards include Grammy Lifetime Achievement award not to mention he was inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of fame, Songwriters Hall of Fame and of course the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame which has cemented him as one of the most iconic soul artists of all time.
Marvin Gaye had 40 top 20 hits so expect to hear…I Heard it Through the Grapevine, How Sweet It Is, What’s Going On, Too Busy Thinking About My Baby, Sexual Healing, Let’s Get It On, It Takes Two Baby …the list goes on and on.
Every Man Was Singing is a concert celebrating the centenary of Eastwood Collieries’ Male Voice Choir. ECMVC will be joined by Mansfield and District Male Voice Choir and Pye Hill and District Male Voice Choir to form a choir of a hundred voices, with Newstead Brass providing first-class brass accompaniment.
Tickets (£15) are now on sale and are expected to be in great demand. You can purchase tickets in a number of ways:
– from choir members
– by calling the box office on 0115 876 2970 (£1 postage charge)
– in person by calling in at the Nottingham Tourism Centre, Smithy Row, Nottingham
– online, by clicking or tapping the button below (fees apply)
– by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (instructions on how to send a stamped, self-addressed envelope will be sent by return)
Islands in the Stream - The Music of Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers
Enjoy the songs of the Queen and King of country music - Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers.
Leave your 9 to 5 worries at the door and get ready for a night in the company of Country Music Royalty!
This thigh-slapping stage show brings together the beloved glamour and personality of Dolly, along with Kenny’s charisma and energy with hit after hit including: Jolene, Ruby, 9 to 5, Lucille, Here You Come Again, The Gambler, I Will Always Love You, Coward of the County, plus the smash hit Islands in the Stream.
Enjoy a superb score and supreme musicianship as we bring the house down with the ultimate tribute to two country music legends.
This is a tribute show and is no way affiliated with any original artists/estates/management companies or similar shows.
***** As seen on Sky TV
***** Featuring Stars in Their Eyes’ Kenny Rogers
What the media says about the show’s Dolly:
“Sounds just like the real thing” Cross Country Magazine
“Three encores before she left to tremendous applause” Cross Country Magazine
”The show had the audience on its feet by the end, blown away by the quality of the performance” Scunthorpe Telegraph
”The songs sounded great” Ents24
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