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Purcell and a Pint

Join Eboracum Baroque for an evening of rowdy drinking songs, popular fiddle tunes and folk songs! Purcell and a pint will transport you back to the alehouses of 17th century England. Taverns were raucous surroundings and overflowed with music, alcohol, sex, gossip, fights, fumes, shouting, singing, laughing, dancing…. Our performance won’t have all of those! Tickets £15.50 Adults, £5.50 Students (Including a drink on arrival)

  • 22nd October 2022
  • 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Join Eboracum for an evening of rowdy drinking songs, popular fiddle tunes and folk songs!

Purcell and a pint will transport you back to the alehouses of 17th century England. Taverns were raucous surroundings and overflowed with music, alcohol, sex, gossip, fights, fumes, shouting, singing, laughing, dancing…. Our performance won’t have all of those!

We’ll be performing a mixture of instrumental tunes and songs by Purcell and lots of his contemporaries to create our own 17th century pub gig. Audience participation is a must!

Craft beer provided by Calverley’s Brewery.

Performers:

John Holland Avery – Singer

Chris Parsons – Trumpet

Miriam Monaghan – Recorder

Miri Nohl – Cello/Viol

Laurence Lyndon Jones – Harpsichord

For ticket enquiries, please email eboracumbaroque@gmail.com or call 07827 207 150. We are a small organisation but will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Disabled Accessibility

Accessibility Facilities

  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Wheel chair accessible
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Did you know?

Not many pubs can claim to have served a man a pint just after he’d discovered the secret of life itself, but The Eagle can! It was in this city centre pub that scientists Francis Crick and James Watson announced their discovery of DNA in the 1953.