Combine an informative session in The Connection at St Martin’s, with time to socialise over a delicious two-course meal and a concert of glorious choral music in the unique atmosphere of St Martin-in-the-Fields.
What impact will the government’s new rough sleeping strategy have on Westminster and the work of The Connection at St Martin’s? Jenny Travassos, Head of Prevention at Westminster City Council, and Pam Orchard address these important questions at the Friends of The Connection’s next Connection with Choral Classics evening on Friday 16 November, from 6.00 to 10.30pm.
After the talks and discussion in The Connection, we will enjoy a delicious meal in the Café in the Crypt and a late concert of choral music by the exceptional Choir of Royal Holloway in St Martin’s. It’s a rare chance to learn more about homelessness, meet friends with a common interest, and enjoy beautiful music, all in one evening!
And it’s very good value, with an all-inclusive ticket at £42, or a concert ticket only for £15.
More information and booking details can be found here, or contact Bert-Jan in the Friends’ office on 020 7766 5522 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.