We are thrilled to be returning to Manchester where several of our singers have links with the Royal Northern College of Music. We are especially excited to perform at such a unique and fitting venue; the Engine House at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, is a converted mill space and the industrial and intimate feel here will create the perfect atmosphere for our Autumn production of Hansel and Gretel.
Join us here on Wednesday 1st November at 7:30pm.
Doors open from 7pm where a bar and cafe is available.
Tickets just £17 or concessions £15 and can be found Online Here
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about group bookings.
The International Anthony Burgess Foundation encourages and supports public and scholarly interest in all aspects of the life and work of Anthony Burgess. Based in Manchester, England, we have an extensive library, archive and study centre containing Burgess’s books, music and papers. We also have a performance venue where we present new work by writers, artists and musicians; The Engine House. The Engine House is a unique venue within one of Manchester’s oldest mill buildings. The high-quality conversion combines original architectural features, modern facilities and even Burgess’s own furniture and musical instruments which creates a distinctive location for events.