Music to suit everyone’s taste. Why not sample our eclectic mix.
The four Cookham Primary Schools combine to perform this lighthearted cantata by Jo Horovitz and Michael Flanders. ‘Captain Noah and his Floating Zoo’ tells the story of Old Noah with catchy tunes and entertaining lyrics.
Holy Trinity Church Cookham, Sutton Road, SL6 9SP Saturday May 13th at 11am
A full peal was rung on Cookham bells to launch the first Cookham Festival in 1967. To mark the Festival’s 50th Anniversary, Cookham bells ring again. There are now 10 bells at Cookham and the bellringers will attempt a full peal of 5,000 Stedman Caters lasting just over three hours.
Saint John the Baptist Church, Church Road, Cookham Dean, SL6 9PD Saturday May 13th at 3pm. Tickets £6
Some of our most talented young musicians from the local area will perform in this truly inspirational concert. They are all Grade 8 standard and beyond. This is a rare opportunity to enjoy their astonishing musicianship.
A fun-filled day, singing pop, rock and music from the shows, culminating in an informal short concert for friends and family at 4pm. Under the musical direction of Russell Scott, this workshop will excite and enthuse singers of all abilities (experienced or not). With 35 years of experience, Russell helps you give your finest performance, with tips and tricks for vocal technique, blend and balance.
Methodist Church, Lower Road, SL6 9HJ Tuesday 16th May at 10.30am. Adults £6, children free entry
A concert with a light-hearted programme of classical music especially for babies, toddlers and their grown-ups. In the informal setting of the Methodist Church, the young audience can be fed, changed, dance and sing or just lie on the carpet.
Nathaniel gained a music scholarship to Eton College and later was awarded the Dr John Birch Scholarship from the Royal College of Organists. This evening he presents a varied and exciting programme ranging from Bach to the 20th century French composer Jehan Alain.
The concert is especially conceived for senior members of our community to be enjoyed in a relaxed and familiar environment. Led by Julia Bentley-Dawkes and friends, it features a variety of music from classical favourites to well-known folk music and popular songs. Tickets from Elizabeth House.
Four internationally renowned stars of musical theatre and a band of leading West End musicians, led by local impresario Toby Cruse, take us on a whistle stop tour of West End and Broadway musicals. Celebrate some of the greatest musicals of all time, including songs from Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Chicago, Chess, Evita, Miss Saigon, My Fair Lady, West Side Story and homages to Rodgers & Hammerstein and Cole Porter.
The NYJO Nonet showcases some of the most talented young jazz musicians in the UK.
They perform arrangements by current and ex-members of the NYJO as well as music by the great legends of jazz: Basie, Coltrane, Davis and Ellington. A Festival highlight for all jazz enthusiasts.
Marsh Meadow, Cookham Moor, SL6 9SB Saturday 20th May at Noon Licensed bars
Gates open at 11:00am
Retro festival Let’s Rock the Moor! is back for a ninth year.
Let’s Rock The Moor! returns to Marsh Meadow, Cookham on Saturday 20th May 2017, with a fabulous line-up of artists to bring you the very best of the 80s.
The action-packed day of general 80s madness offers plenty to do for everyone at this family-friendly festival.
Let’s Rock The Moor! is aimed at the whole family, with entertainment for everyone. Children can enjoy the ‘Let’s Rock! Playpen’, which includes tons of free stuff to keep the little ones occupied, including circus workshops with the BigTopMania Circus, face painting, crafts and much more.
Carters Steam Fair returns Let’s Rock The Moor! again offering pre-bookable tokens for their rides so you know exactly how much ride is going to cost.
Let’s Rock! has been leading the way for quality, action-packed, family-friendly 80s music festivals since 2009. Don’t miss out on this chance for a retro blast with the very best of the 80s.
Tickets are on sale from The Stationery Depot, Station Hill, Cookham and other outlets and online at www.letsrockthemoor.com
Enjoy a traditional choral evensong sung by the choir of St John the Baptist Church. The responses are by W Smith and the settings and anthems include music by CV Stanford.