Westonbirt School runs a series of events throughout the year many of which are for the local community and the wider area to which we invite anyone who is interested to attend. These events range from lectures to open-air music events and are a wonderful way to come and experience the Westonbirt school site and enjoy the stunning grounds and gardens.
Join senior drama pupils from Westonbirt School for a special re-telling of Dickens' classic tale, A Christmas Carol. Follow the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future along with music from the chamber choir and community carols sung by candlelight. A Christmas feast not to be missed! Tickets £10 to include mulled wine and a mince pie.
Tickets available from westonbirtcarols.eventbrite.co.uk
Music Department Christmas Concert featuring concert band featuring a concert band, senior string group, string orchestra, flute choir, guitar group, Westonbirt choirs and staff choir.
Due to limited space, we can only allocate TWO tickets per performer!
The bar will be open for the event.
Tickets available from wbschristmasconcert.eventbrite.co.uk
In the month that Martin Luther King is remembered and celebrated in the USA and worldwide, Professor Neil Wynn will offer an assessment of the Civil Rights leader, his career, achievements and significance. In challenging some of the more widely held views of King, Professor Wynn looks at how King became an "American hero" and asks which Martin Luther King do we remember, and for what?
Neil Wynn is Emeritus Professor of American History at the University of Gloucestershire. He taught for many years at the University of Glamorgan and on international programs at Central Missouri University and the Maastricht Center for Transatlantic Studies. Neil has published several works on African American and American History and regularly speaks on local radio regarding historical issues and current affairs in the USA.
Free tickets available from martinlutherking.eventbrite.co.uk
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