Celebration of Summer concert

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Event Date:

26th June


Totnes Heritage Trust presents an evening of music and poetry to celebrate midsummer and our emergence from lockdown.

About this event
Featuring live poetry from Matt Harvey and Jackie Juno and music from Jazzient and Fionn Cox-Davies, as well as a bar and Delphini’s gelato, this promises to be a fun evening in the wonderful space at St Mary’s Church.

Tickets are currently limited to 60, but more will be released closer to the time if we remain on track for the end of lockdown on June 21st.

You can book tickets for the event here

Half of all proceeds will go towards our project to transform St Mary’s Church into a community hub and performance space fit for the 21st century and beyond. Add-on merchandise is also available to buy with your ticket today. For more information on the project, visit www.stmarystotnes.org

12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Celebration of Summer concert Church of St Mary
9 High Street
Celebration of Summer concert

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