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A new play from Nick Warburton

FrozenFieldsWednesday December 13 – Saturday December 16 at 8.00pm
Saturday December 16 at 3.30pm

The Frozen Fields is new play from award-winning playwright, Nick Warburton, with original music by Janet Wheeler.

“Here the journey and the journey’s dreams begin”

 

BOX OFFICE
Tickets £8 from John Brady: 01223 353668 OR email

Saturday evening – SOLD OUT

Friday and Saturday Matinee – A FEW TICKETS REMAINING

Our new music director

At the beginning of October, were were delighted to welcome our new music director, Rachel-Anne Minor. Rachel-Anne writes:

“I am so glad to be joining the church family here at St. Mark’s as your Director of Music! I recently graduated with my Master of Music from the University of Connecticut in the United States where RAM FullI spent most of my time with the Women’s Choir as their Graduate Assistant and main conductor, but enjoyed working with our elite ensemble, the Chamber Singers and our large auditioned ensemble, Concert Choir. I enjoy all types of choral music, but as a life-long Anglican I particularly enjoy English Sacred music. Both of my parents are Episcopal priests, and so I happily call myself a “Cradle Episcopalian”, and have sung in church from a young age. I came to Cambridge to pursue another Master of Music in Choral Studies over at the Faculty of Music, and hope to learn more about the impressive choral tradition here in Cambridge and in the UK as a whole. I hope to get to know everyone well here at St. Mark’s – and I hope to see some of you join us in the choir! Children more than welcome!”