An opportunity to enjoy a two course lunch, prepared by our on-site chefs using fresh local produce and a concert featuring some of our most talented young musicians.
Weather permitting, you will also be able to watch the famous CH Band and pupils march into lunch.
Please advise at time of booking if you have any specific dietary requirements.
Blackbird explores the themes of homelessness, family breakdown, adoption and addiction. The play observes the strength and tenacity of the human spirit as it endures a profound sense of loss and belonging and a deep hunger and desire for a better life; the courage to keep faith and hope alive in the face of such adversity. Wisdom, empathy and a sense of the absurd, turn a colourless life into a magical existence, full of unseen wonders and revelatory insights.
Blackbird is a 'Their Future Today' production. All the money raised from the evening's performance, will go to the charity, whose work in Sri Lanka, raises funds to provide a new life for orphaned and abandoned children; changing their young lives, providing a family, an education and a real sense of purpose and belonging.
The play is written and performed by Helen Blizard. Helen taught at C.H. in the Drama department in 2017. Before she became a teacher, Helen studied drama, music and the performing arts at The Bristol Old Vic theatre school, followed by a long career as an actress, playwright and screen / scriptwriter for the BBC.
“The majority is never right. Never! Who do you think makes up the majority? Intelligent people or a load of bloody fools?”
Having rejuvenated the fortunes of a crumbling town, eminent doctor Tamsin Stockmann expects to be hailed as its saviour once again when she exposes a major public health risk. But the town’s prosperity hangs in the balance and opposition grows. Will she will lauded as hero of the hour or will Dr. Stockmann be declared an enemy of the people?
Following national tours of their “hugely entertaining” (Daily Info) The Government Inspector and “stonkingly brilliant” (Oxford Playhouse) Don Q, Flintlock Theatre return with a reimagined classic. Employing their signature high-energy storytelling, music and live digital interaction, Flintlock’s irreverent style brings Ibsen’s masterpiece into the 21st century in a searing examination of fake news, whistleblowing and who really wields power in contemporary Britain.
Suitable for ages 11+.
The Mo-Sound Sisters Showband are a stunning 3-piece female fronted tribute show performing the music and moves of the Motown Sound, backed by an incredible 4-pce live band.
The Sisters are enjoying great success touring venues throughout the UK and have even supported The Temptations – helping them celebrate 50 years of the Motown sound.
The girls incorporate all of the greatest hits of the Supremes mixed with some Martha and the Vandellas, and their take on hits from The Temptations, The Four Tops and many more.
This fresh, funky vibrant mix is guaranteed to get you up, out of your seat and onto your feet to dance the night away!
Why not bring a group of friends and book a table (to include food). Table seats are available at £20 per head (seat up to 10). Please contact the Box Office for further details.
A cash bar will be available prior to the show and in the interval.
CHCS perform Elgar’s The Spirit of England, one of his lesser-known works.
This large-scale work, a requiem in intention, was first performed in October 1917, and sets three war poems by Lawrence Binyon, including For the Fallen.
Alongside Elgar, the choir will sing a memorial work by another great English composer - the Funeral Sentences by Henry Purcell.
Chopin Preludes Op. 28
Talented CH pianists of all ages perform Chopin’s mighty Opus 28, a collection of varied preludes in every key that explore the full range of the instrument in the Romantic style.
Free admission, ticket not required.
Christ’s Hospital presents this ambitious staging of Bernstein and Sondheim’s musical masterpiece, ‘West Side Story.’
If ever there was a relevant time to perform a piece about the tensions of migrants and nationals living side by side it is today. The ‘PRs’ could easily represent today’s Hispanic population and the response of (some) of the Jets could be a mouthpiece for the ‘Wall-building Trump brigade’ in 2018.
Join the Christ’s Hospital Seniors as they dance, sing, play and act their way through a timeless classic in this collaboration between the Music and Drama departments.
With Choreography from renowned Dancer and Choreographer David Lloyd and the usual energy and commitment from the Christ’s Hospital Seniors, this promises to be a night out to remember.
The sing along screening of the classic film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John is brought to you by the producers of Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music.
The evening begins with your host leading a vocal warm-up before they show you how to use your free interactive prop bag. You'll even get a chance to learn how to hand jive.
Then just sit back and watch Danny & Sandy and the gang, while singing and dancing along to the lyrics as shown on the screen.
It couldn’t be easier... or more fun! Fancy dress is strongly encouraged and full audience participation essential.