“Live&Local”, the organization that provides the show that we put on in the Wing Village Hall and other locations are looking for a Marketing Assistant.
£16,772 to £18,251 subject to experience (full time/ 35 hrs per week/ flexi-time) with supplementary payments for any additional weekend and unsociable hours worked.
Joining a team of ten in Warwick the Marketing Assistant supports the Marketing & Communications Manager in all aspects of marketing and communications, with specific responsibility for print management for the live rural & community touring scheme and the community cinema scheme, communications (delegated elements of PR and media/ press function, including digital media), and will deputise for the Marketing & Communications Manager (MCM) in their absence.
You should have a passion for the arts and be an efficient and enthusiastic person with good organisational, communication and computer skills, a friendly personality, good written English and an eye for design. Previous arts marketing experience essential.
Deadline: Monday 29 October 2018, 5pm
Interviews: w/c Monday 05 November 2018
Starting: w/c Monday 10 December 2018 (latest) or earlier
Application pack: available for download
Application: via online application form only
Tickets from John Hackett email@example.com 01572 737394
Licensed bar from 7:15pm.
Show starts at 7:30pm.
Tickets £10 each available from John Hackett, 01572 737394 firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a stylish, humorous and very entertaining portrayal of a style of music originally pioneered by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli in 1930s Paris – performed by three talented musicians on acoustic guitar, violin and double bass. Numbers include “It had to be you’, “Fascinating rhythm”, “Lady Be Good”, “Sweet Georgia Brown” and many others! Please book early to secure your ticket for what will be another popular show.
Saturday March 24, 2018 – Wing Village Hall
We have another musical event lined up for the Village Hall as above. This is not via Centre Stage on this occasion.
There is a licensed bar from 7.15pm. The show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 each obtainable from John Hackett 01572 737394 email@example.com
There is a website www.andylawrenson.co.uk with lots more detail. Essentially this is a stylish, humorous and very entertaining portrayal of a style of music originally pioneered by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli in 1930’s Paris. Performed by three talented musicians on acoustic guitar, violin and double bass.
Numbers include ‘it had to be you’, ‘honeysuckle rose’, ‘fascinating rhythm’, ‘lady be good’, ‘moonglow’, ‘misty’, ‘sweet Georgia Brown’ and many others.
7pm for 7.30pm ‘curtain up’
Lovers of light opera have a treat in store on Saturday 17 June when a group of musical friends – Amici – present Gilbert & Sullivan’s ‘Trial by Jury’ and other operatic highlights in the beautiful setting of Morcott Church.
Amici Chamber Choir has performed the length and breadth of the UK, from Manchester’s concert halls to National Trust stately homes, and on TV for Songs of Praise.
The 18-strong choir is boosted by professional soloists Nick Hardy (Opera North), Joanne Rondel and Judith Tinston who all perform under the leadership of George Robey.
The first half of the programme is Gilbert & Sullivan’s ‘Trial By Jury’, a comic opera in one act. After a relaxed interval during which drinks will be offered, the second half of the concert is a mix of operatic hits including a show-stopping ‘Nessun Dorma’ and memorable choral pieces, some of which have been arranged specially for the concert by choir members.
Tickets £12.50 from Alison Johnson on 01572 747381.
Interval refreshments available.
See www.morcott.wordpress.com for further information.
Proceeds to church funds.