Saturday June 28th 2014, starting at 2.00 pm
There will be plenty of exciting stalls, bric-a-brac, cakes, games and novelty events
Please tell all your friends! - This is a chance to make a generous contribution towards the running of our beautiful church.
Saturday 14th June 2014 at 7.30pm.
The Thurnscoe Harmonic Male Voice Choir is well known to Wentworth. It was formed in 1924 and is now recognised as one of the premier male voice choirs in the country. Over the last few years their reputation has gone from strength to strength, winning over 100 awards in major competitions.
The Barnburgh Village Singers are a four part ladies choir, founded in the summer of 2002 by its conductor, Julia Bullars. The choir now has 36 members and sings a wide range of repertoire to a consistently high standard. Come to hear the choirs make music with a Spring flavour in the splendid surroundings of the Neo-Gothic Church in Wentworth. Refreshments will be served during the interval.
Thursday 12th June 2014 at 7.30pm
The choir was founded forty years ago as a mixed group whose aim was to raise money for charity and it goes from strength to strength. Over the years they became a ladies choir and are now again a mixed choir. They now take the name of their musical director who is well known as a tutor to many professional singers, including those with Opera North and English National Opera.
Margaret Duckworth is a professional soloist of international reputation in her own right, having sung with the Berlin Philharmonic and having won the Kathleen Ferrier award at the S’Hertogenbosch International Competition in Holland.
Come to hear the Margaret Duckworth Singers in the splendid surroundings of the Neo-Gothic Church in Wentworth. All tickets include light refreshments.Please see the attached booking form for further details.
Wentworth Church Art Exhibition 2014
Sunday 25th May 2014, 1pm to 5pm &
Monday 26th May 2014, 10am to 4pm
We will have over 600 local talented artists’ original works for sale in church as well as Live Music, Entertainment and craft stalls with refrshments being served in the school.
This year, there will no events in the Village Hall. (formerly The Mechanics Institute)
Maundy Thursday - 17th April
7.30pm Holy Communion
Good Friday - 18th April
2.00pm An Hour at the Cross
7.00pm The Cross of Christ
Friday 11th April 2014 at 7.30pm
Come and hear a variety of traditional choir music, both ancient and modern, in the splendid surroundings of the Neo-Gothic Church in Wentworth. Refreshments will be served during the interval.
The Internationally renowned Donaghadee Male Voice Choir, along with the Barnburgh Village Singers ladies’ choir will be presenting an evening of mixed choral music. The long-standing friendship between these two choirs has flourished for many years, and results from a chance meeting between the Irish choir and a Yorkshire choir some forty years ago at Ilkley Music Festival.
The Donaghadee choir came to Wentworth in 2010 to a wonderful reception and we are privileged to be able to host them once again.
Tickets cost £6 (£5 for concessions)
For postal tickets please send the booking form, a self addressed envelope and cheque (payable to Barnburgh Village Singers) to Julia Bullars, 4, Belvoir Avenue, Barnburgh, Doncaster. DN5 7EX. Tickets will also be on sale on the door.
Saturday 15th March 2014 at 7.30pm
Join the Sheffield Bach Choir & St Peter’s Singers, Leeds National Festival Orchestra Conducted by Simon Lindley for
Bach Cantata 147 (Jesu Joy), Vivaldi Magnificat, Handel Nisi Dominus, Pergolesi Magnificat
Tickets are £12 (£10 for concessions) and are available from: www.sheffieldbachchoir.org.uk; by post from Box Office, 3 Tapton Mews, Tapton Crescent Road, Sheffield S10 5EA (cheques payable to ‘Sheffield Bach Society’ please enclose SAE); from choir members; or at the door.
Friday 20th December 2013 at 7.30pm
The YORK WAITS are the foremost performers of medieval music in the country and have performed at Royal and many international events. They will perform a selection of music with a festive flavour, from the medieval period through to the present day.