Although World War One was a world war, most of the fighting was confined to a few key areas, which are usually referred to as the Western Front, the Eastern Front, the Italian Front, Gallipoli and the War at Sea.
The Angel & The Fallen will take you on a journey through these theatres to witness the sacrifice and destruction; to witness the aftermath. An aftermath, which seeks to emphasise the effects of war, honouring our service personnel in the difficult tasks they faced to secure peace in our time.
Presented by Alastair Stewart, featuring The Band of the Scots Guards under the directorship of Major Ian Johnson and supported Laura Wright, (who first shot to fame as chorister of the year when she was just 14), The English Youth Ballet, The St Johns Singers - Salisbury's very own SATB choir, Salisbury Youth Choir under the directorship of Stephen Abbott, Salisbury Junior Choir under the directorship of Susie Lamb and the cathedral's Willis Organ played by David Coram, the concert above all else will recall that 'Greater Love Hath No Man Than This, That He Lay Down His Life For His Friends'.
The concert is produced and directed by John Underhill MBE
Allowing for minimal expenses, net proceeds will be donated to The Royal British Legion, Reg, Charity No: 219279 Poster A4.pdf
Tickets from £15 click on 'Book this event' at the top of the page or telephone 01725 512799.