Drink tea. Eat cake. Save historic churches.

Midsummer art and music tea party

St George’s Church is in the care of The Churches Conservation Trust: the national charity protecting historic churches at risk. Buildings like St George’s are kept open and in use – living once again at the heart of their communities. Find out more about role of the CCT by visiting their website http://www.visitchurches.org.uk/

What are your plans for Sunday 19th June?

Why not come and join us for a Tea Party with musical entertainment in the charming setting of St George’s Church in Esher!

During the afternoon, there will be the chance to view the ‘Colour of Music’ exhibition by our artist-in-residence, Rebecca Price.
The tea party will begin at 2.30pm, when Rupert Bawden and Norman Starrit will play Kodaly’s duo for violin and cello, accompanied by Rebecca’s vibrant paintings based on this piece of music.
Later, there will also be a musical programme performed by young musicians, and the opportunity to watch Rebecca working, talk to her about her project, and even join her drawing while the musicians play.

And of course, lots of delicious tea and cake!

All proceeds from the tea party will go to the Churches Conservation Trust to help with their valuable work protecting our built heritage.


Date: Sunday 19 June
Venue: St George’s Church, Esher Park Avenue, (Behind Bear Pub) Esher
Time: 2.30pm – 5.00pm

telephone 01372 467720

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