Never the Same Again: Popular Music in the Aftermath of WW1
Patricia Hammond and Matt Redmann
Patricia Hammond - Mezzo Soprano Matt Redmann - Multi-Instrumentalist
The Inaugural Concert in a new series of recitals in the many beautiful music spaces of Downing College. The series will feature outstanding young professional artists in innovative programmes of many musical styles.
Never the Same Again: Popular Music in the Aftermath of WW1 featuring Tin pan Alley, Tango, Parlour Song, Ragtime, Revue and Early Jazz.
"...a leading lady of the retro party scene" - Sunday Times "...a music-box of vintage treasures" - Sir Michael Parkinson
Drinks served in the interval.
Mon 25 February at 7:30pm
£10, Students £5
All visitors are kindly requested to report to the Porters’ Lodge. This can be found on the left-hand side as you walk through the main College gates on Regent Street.
The Howard Theatre Stalls are located on the ﬁrst ﬂoor and the Theatre Gallery is on the second ﬂoor. Lift access is available to all floors.
Parking is not generally available to those attending a show in the College. Limited spaces are available for Disabled Blue Badge Holders only which must be booked in advance of the show with the Porters’ Lodge on 01223 334800.
The Howard Theatre