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Friday 31st October

Friday Night is Music Night 1 'Oh! What a Lovely War ' 1969 Film

St Peter's Church Cowleigh Bank Malvern WR14 1QP

Fri 31st October 2014

A showing of the film 'Oh! What a Lovely War' (1969) a movie about the First World War based on a stage musical of the same name directed by Richard Attenborough
Saturday 1st November

Voice Training for Beginners - Church Music Skills

St Thomas' Church, Stourbridge

Saturday 1st November, 1.00pm-5.00pm

The second of two training events organised by the Royal School of Church Music in Worcestershire for choir conductors/leaders. How to teach your singers to sing! Cost: 10 (RSCM members); 15 (non-members)

The Power of Blessing with Russ Parker

St Paul's Church, Leicester Street, Leamington Spa CV32 4TE

Saturday 1st November 201409:45 - 3:45pm

The Well Christian Healing Centre presents a Listening to God Event with Russ Parker, poet, priest and author. On this day Russ will explore the purpose and power of blessing in our lives. He has written several books, the most recent publication is Rediscovering the Ministry of Blessing so it's particularly exciting Russ should be speaking on this subject on our final LTG event of 2014.

Elvis Presley Gospel Tribute Act

St John in Bedwardine, Worcester

Sat Nov 1st 7.00pm 2014

Andy Kelso's unique Elvis Gospel Tribute Act comprises the best of Elvis as well as sharing some stories of Elvis' life and spiritual journey with links to his own. Includes food and refreshment. In aid of St Richards Hospice.
Friday 7th November

Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610

Worcester Cathedral

7 November 2014, 7.30pm

World-renowned choir The Sixteen conducted by Harry Christophers perform Monteverdi's Magnificent Vespers of 1610. Famed for its thrilling rhythms, grand choruses and beautiful solo movements, the Vepsers is recognised as one of the cornerstones of the classical repertoire.