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Living Advent Calendar 2016

Singers Fill The Stage
Singers Fill The Stage

A choir of 30 singers from Phyllis Court Club, together with music director James Church on piano, performed on stage in the Town Hall for Day 9 of the Living Advent...

The singers were introduced by choir member Tony Horsfall, who compered throughout the performance. The singers performed a number of classics, including a 50s medley featuring “Jailhouse Rock” and The Shirrelles “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” as well as some festive classics such as a reworking of “While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks”, and “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”.

International feel to night #8
International feel to night #8

The idea for the Henley Living Advent was born after a trip to Sweden, and 6 years later Henley had Sweden to thank again for it’s newest venue to the Living Advent Schedule, Handelsbanken.

The offices in the corner of Greys Road car park enabled a traditional advent performance, with the opening of the a first floor window revealing the surprise act inside to the large audience who had assembled below. After some introductions from Richard Rodway, the night’s surprise act was revealed, Lynne Butler and her son George Campbell...

The Archers Go To New Orleans For A Christmas Carol
The Archers Go To New Orleans For A Christmas Carol

On a still and clear night in Henley, slightly less chilly than it has been so far, it was perfect conditions for an open air performance on the top deck of Hobbs’ of Henley’s New Orleans, which is where night 7 of the event took the audience this year, in partnership with the Henley Literary Festival and nearby Chocolate Café...

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