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Spring Concert - Friday, 20 April 2018

The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas


Spring Concert - Friday, 20 April, 7pm - 9.30pm, Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

On April 20th, the Northumbria University Choir, Northumbria University Swing band and Funk band, as well as solo performers from the university, will perform a variety of music in the beautiful setting of St Nicholas Cathedral in Newcastle. The music to be performed will range from early madrigals to more well-known hits such as ‘True Colours’ and 'Blue Moon'. The Swing band, together with the choir, are set to perform Duke Ellington’s ‘It Don’t Mean A Thing’.

Ticket prices

Adult: £10

Concessions: £6

Northumbria University student: £4
(Northumbria University student card may be requested on arrival)



Event Details

The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas
Mosley Street
Newcastle upon Tyne


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