We love visiting new venues and cannot wait to perform at this stunning 16th century barn in the summer.
The performance is part of the annual Summer Proms in aid of St Luke's, the local hospice for Harrow and Brent.The hospice looks after people with illnesses that can no longer be cured, helping them to live well, to know that their family and carers are supported, and to die with dignity in the place of their choice. St Luke's Hospice is proud to offer all of its services free of charge but receives approximately 25% of the necessary funding from the NHS and must rely on the generosity of the public to raise the remaining £3.5 million needed each year to care for patients.
Come and help us support this worthy cause while enjoying some light hearted humour on this beautiful estate on:
Thursday 6th July at 7:30pm.
Tickets are £35 but just £30 if booked before the end of April and include a welcome drink (non alcoholic cocktail) and finger food.
Book Online Now or call 020 8382 8112
This stunning 16th century barn is part of the medieval estate at Headstone Manor, on land given to Wulfred, Archbishop of Canterbury, in the 9th century. The estate with its moated manor house remained the property of the Archbishops until 1546, and in 1928 was purchased by the local council. The huge barn, 45 metres long with a stunning beamed roof, was constructed in English oak in 1506 at a cost for "all woodworking necessities" at a total of £20. It has been fully restored and is a beautiful Grade II listed building and we can't wait to perform here.