IBM Club Warwick

Diary of events   Events in categories   Events at venues   Archives   Useful Information

Open Air Picnic Prom at Stoneleigh Abbey

Saturday 1st September 2001, 06:30 PM, at Stoneleigh Abbey

Warwick Club has reserved 85 tickets for Open Air Picnic Prom at Stoneleigh Abbey at Stoneleigh Abbey.

Tickets are 12.50 (5.00 for children) for Warwick Club members, their spouse/partner, and dependent children under 18. Tickets may also be purchased at cost for guests (subject to availability of places) for 19.00 (8.00 for children) . Full price for these tickets would normally be 25.00 (10.00 for children) .

Please contact the organiser, Hilary Templar, for tickets. Please remember to give your personnel/retiree number, and state how many tickets you would like, and who each ticket which you request at member price is for, their age and relationship to you.

Open Air Picnic Proms Concert with the New English Concert Orchestra, Conductor: Douglas Coombes Soloist: Carole Lindsay-Douglas Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth, Warwickshire on Saturday, 1st September 2001 Adult Child (5 -13) (Children under 5 free) Cost to Club Member, spouse and Children below 18. 12.50 5.00 Cost to Non Club Member through this offer. 20.00 9.00 Ticket cost purchased on the day 25.00 10.00 Please e-mail me to reserve your tickets stating how many tickets are required. Once confirmation is received that you have tickets reserved send payment to me - Hilary Templar MP6, Warwick . Cheques Made Payable To IBM Club Warwick and write your order details on the back. . Enclose a self addressed sealable envelope for the tickets to be mailed to you. Payment to be received before 6th July or the tickets will not be booked for you. Information available at Afternoon Events 4.00pm Gates Open 6.30pm Skill at Arms Display. Agility test on horseback with swords, lances and pistols. 7.00pm Napoleonic Skirmish. Battle skills with cavalry and infantry. 7.25pm The Evening Salute. The 25 Pounder Field Gun and Gun Team will fire a volley of shots to salute the strat of the musical programme. 7.30pm until 10.00pm The Musical Programme with Spectacular Firework Finale Seating and cover is not provided so please bring your own chairs, rugs and umbrellas. You are welcome to bring your own picnics. No fires or barbecues are allowed, please take care with cigarettes. Ample free parking is available, please arrive in plenty of time for the performance. Disabled parking provided No dogs (except guide dogs) Barbecue and Bar will be available. Order picnic hampers from Bob Bailey on 01733 344700. In recent years open air summer concerts have become a British vogue. The luxury of listening to beautiful live music while picnicking in the grounds of a stately home cannot be beaten. Combine this with a fantastic pyrotechnical spectacular and an unforgettable evening is created. The Battle Proms Concerts are an incredible mixer of celebrated classical music, cannons, cavalry, infantry and fireworks. The concerts start with a salute from the 25 pounder Field Gun and Gun Team while Napoleonic cavalry re-enactors perform ‘skill at arms’. Then follows a beautiful programme of inspiring classical music performed by The New English Concert Orchestra. The main feature of the concert is Beethoven’s Wellington’s Victory or ‘The Battle Symphony’. This was written to celebrate Wellington’s famous victory at Vittoria in 1813. The score incorporates 193 cannons ‘played’ by a percussionist on stage. Combined with this are fireworks, pyrotechnical effects and infantry re-enactors. The result is an incredible display which is unforgettable. The concert concludes with a traditional Proms finale including Rule Britannia, Portsmouth, Sailors Hornpipe, Jerusalem and Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance. All with half an hour of sensational fireworks. With the gates opening 3 hours before the performances there is plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere, enjoy your picnic and explore the wonderful stalls and traditional fairground sideshows.

Diary of events   Events in categories   Events at venues   Archives   Useful Information

This page was generated on Wednesday 12th August 2020.
Please send comments or problem reports to the Webmaster: