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Choral concert helps to celebrate town hall centenary

Author: 
John Freeman
Lancaster City Council will celebrate the 100th birthday of Lancaster Town Hall on Friday 29th January with a very special concert.

The very first public concert to be performed in the town hall to celebrate its opening in 1909 was by the Lancaster and District Male Voice Choir.

A century later and they have been invited back to perform.

Joining them for the occasion will be the Rainbow Singers, Regent Singers, Ripley School jazz band, the choir and jazz band from St Wilfrid’s junior school and the Ashton Hall Organ Restoration Group.

Tickets are priced at £5 for adults and £2.50 concessions and are available from the visitor information centres in Lancaster and Morecambe, the mayor’s office at Lancaster Town Hall (telephone 01524 582070) or participating groups.

The concert will take place between 7.30pm and 10pm.
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