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Festival @St Mary’s

St Marys are delighted to have been chosen as a Lichfield Festival Venue

Saturday 6th July 10am Wellness Hour
7.30pm Olga Koch – Comedy

Sunday 7th July 12pm Bobby Seagull – Author Talk
5pm Atea Quintet

Monday 8th July 10am Wellness Hour
Tuesday 9th July 8pm Death Show

Wednesday 10th July 10am Wellness Hour
8pm Nat King Cole – Cleveland Watkiss

Thursday 11th July 10am Wellness Hour
7.30pm The Foundry Group – Whaddya Know

Friday 12th July 10am Wellness Hour
7.30pm Moon Comedy Duo

Saturday 13th July 1.30pm & 3.30pm Peter Rabbit’s Musical Adventure
7.30pm Andrew Maxwell – Comedy

BOOK at The Lichfield Festival Box Office on 01543 306150

Join us 10-late on
5th July for Lichfield Cathedral Schools Jazz Band – a group of talented musicians playing some of the great Jazz tunes of the last decade
11th July listen to the sounds of The Grecian Bee Hummers – an exciting skiffle band last seen at the in the Play ‘One Man Two Governers’

Musical Theatre – Spring Awakening

Let Me In Productions are delighted to present Spring Awakening the Tony Award Winning, worldwide musical sensation.

It is a musical that breaks boundaries, transcends genre and conveys the human struggle so astutely, and we cannot wait to perform such a unique production in a truly spellbinding setting. With an astonishing cast of only 13, a professional six-piece band and a visionary production team, this promises to be the most intimate and ambitious project yet from Let Me In Productions.

Set in Germany, 1891, this celebration of rebellion follows a group of late 19th century German students on their passage as they navigate teenage self-discovery and coming of age anxiety in a powerful celebration of youth and rebellion in the daring, remarkable Spring Awakening The winner of 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical – told by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater through “the most gorgeous Broadway score this decade” (Entertainment Weekly) – Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion that is illuminating and unforgettable.

Wednesday 7th -10th August 2019 at 8.00pm

Explicit Content Warning

This production is recommended for those who are 14 years of age or above. There are some very sensitive subject matters within the production including sexual themes and abuse, so please consider this before booking.

A Different Thread

St Mary’s Lichfield presents an evening of transatlantic folk music from English/American duo, A Different Thread, with support from Chris Elliot and Caitlin Jones

A Different Thread is a collaboration between Robert Jackson from Lichfield and Alicia Best from Durham, North Carolina. These two travelling songwriters originally met busking in Ireland in 2016 and have been touring the USA, UK, and beyond, ever since. Together they deliver a bluesy blend of Beatlesque folk rock meets Gillian Welch dark country. Folk Radio UK described their debut album as “a strong, independent new sound”. Their original songs are inspired by the music that crisscrossed the Atlantic over the generations in true folk fashion.

This concert marks the end of their UK tour before they head back to the USA.

Chris Elliot and Caitlin Jones are a dynamic folk duo based in Lichfield. They play traditional and original music inspired by English folk tradition. Expect enchanting harmonies and top class songwriting.

For more from A Different Thread, visit: www.adifferentthread.com
For more from Chris Elliot and Caitlin Jones visit: www.chrisandcaitlinmusic.org.uk

Sunday 18th August

Doors open: 6pm

Support act: 7:10 – 7.45, Main act 8pm – 9:15pm

The Bookworms….a family show

Rhubarb theatre … a kaleidoscope of visual fantasy

Wiggling their way in and out of trouble, The Bookworms pop-up to bring their stories to life!
With a rickety book cart and some novel ideas, surprises leap off every page, wherever they roam. Join our funny guides as they worm their way into twisty and fantastic adventures through imaginative worlds. Rhubarb Theatre returns with this fun and fantastical festival show

12th October 2019- Shows 10.30, 12.30 & 2pm

The Washboard Resonators

The Washboard Resonators are a duo that play foot-stomping blues, vaudeville, ragtime, hokum, skiffle, swing and folk like it was in the 1920s, 30s & 40s.

On stage, you can expect a varied and entertaining show with upbeat songs, harmonies, tap dancing and an array of old instruments, including; washboard, resonator guitars, banjo, ukulele, snare drum, suitcase bass drum, spoons and our very own invention—the kazoosaphone.

The duo’s material comprises of both original and carefully arranged traditional numbers by their favourite artists. These artists include; Blind Boy Fuller, Louis Armstrong, Fred Astaire, Robert Johnson, Lonnie Donnegan, Tampa Red and The Washboard Rhythm Kings.

The Washboard Resonators have performed all over the UK. A favourite show of theirs was welcoming in the world’s most famous steam locomotive, The Flying Scotsman at The National Railway Museum


Date Sunday 10th November @ 7.00pm
Ticket Price £12.00