Wednesday Afternoon Music at Hornchurch Library

The popular ‘Wednesday Afternoon Music at Hornchurch Library’ has the events listed below in March 2023. They are held in the 1st floor meeting room (lift available), starting at 2pm and ending by 4pm.

There is no need to book – just turn up. Admission is free and interval drinks are available at a nominal charge. Buses 165, 256 and 370 stop near to the library and there is limited free car parking behind the library.

Wed 01 March  2023 – Cross My Heart presented by Mike Beaman
There have been a great many songs featuring the word ‘heart’ and this programme will feature some of the great ones so expect to hear Billie Holliday saying ‘Good morning to heartache’ and Frank Sinatra urging us to remain ‘Young at heart’ plus contributions from Ella Fitzgerald, Neil Young, Francoise Hardy, Elvis Presley and Dusty Springfield to name but a few.

Wed 15 March 2023 – Danger, Restrictions & Belt Tightening presented by Brian Luck. The theme of this programme is parallels between early WW2 and Britain and our lives today. The music and discussion will highlight similarities between early war years and Covid-stricken Britain with its lockdowns, energy crisis and spiralling inflation.

Wed 29 March 2023 – Light Hearted Beethoven presented by George Saddington. A belated 250th anniversary tribute that will include some light hearted but brilliant performances of Ludwig van’s greatest hits plus a few examples of the composer letting his his down.

For further information phone Stephen 01708 470 670 or email sraindle@aol.com .

2 Comments
  1. I would like to come along to the Wednesday afternoon music group. I understand that you are closing soon.. When will that be and when will you restart.

    • Dear Miranda,

      The Upminster and Cranham Residents Association do not have any further details than that shown on our website. Please contact them via their details shown at the bottom of the post.

      Kind regards

      Cllr John Tyler

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