Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Concert for the Japanese Earthquake Relief Fund

On Wednesday 11th May at 7.30pm, the Sisters of Nazareth are hosting a concert for the Earthquake Relief fund in the chapel at their Hammersmith Convent, 169 Hammersmith Road, W6 8DB.

Works by Tomas Luis de Victoria and J.S Bach are being performed in the chapel by Cantores Missae and Yu Yasuraoka, violin. The chapel is a wonderful performance space, decorated by a follower of William Morris, very seldom accesible except for Sunday Mass.

Tickets are £25 at the door or call 07886 176227

Reproduced with acknowledgements to Councillor Paul Lynch at ChiswickW4.com.


Anonymous said...

Come now Phil - have you not heard the latest ?

Your friends at Mogden have just 'had' to release at least 200,000 tonnes of crap into the Thames, killing almost everything in sight.

See the website www.rivertac.org and see what Mr Aylard had to say about it.

Anonymous said...

Maybe you should stage another demo on their doorstep ?
This time though, you could dump a whole load of rotting Thames fish at their gates and serenade Mr Aylard with a variation on the old Crass classic:

"How does it feel to be the FATHER of 1000 dead ?"

Anonymous said...

By all accounts, the Environment Agency have been working tirelessly to remove all the dead fish, but it seems that Thames Water are'nt as keen to retrieve their Richard III's.

Festering filth drifting up and down river with the tide every 12 hours.