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Believing in poetry

 

Enjoy the beauty of language and music in 'cathedral style' evensong according to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer with St Alfege Choir led by Director of Music Stephen Dagg and Organist Sam Barber.

Believing in poetry

Each month there will be a guest speaker who will give a short poetry talk about an individual poet or poem.

Choral Evensong with 'Believing in Poetry' Sunday 26 January 6.30pm

'Believing in Poetry' resumes as part of Choral Evensong from January. On Sunday 26 January Ian Lindsay will be talking on 'Shakespeare and Faith'. 'Ian is an actor, known for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company and for his television and film appearances including 'Men Behaving Badly' (with Martin 'Doc Martin' Clunes), 'Benidorm', 'Doctors' and 'The Genius of Turner'. Ian is a long-standing friend and supporter of St Alfege Church.
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Subsequent 'Believing in Poetry' slots include David McEvoy on William Blake on 23 February and Robbie Swales on 'Ambiguity' on 29 March.

 

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