Saturday Evening Music for June

In June we have two exciting Saturday night concerts taking place in the church. Whether you’re a classical music enthusiast or want to experience something new, these two concerts will provide a great deal of entertainment and enjoyment.

Kanneh-Mason Concert Season
Saturday 8 June 2019 at 7:30pm.
Aminata and Jeneba Kanneh-Mason are joined by Oliver Latham, Matthew Shipway and Jeff Snowdon in a celebration of some of Nottingham’s most exciting young talent.

Also featuring the Orchestra of the Restoration, directed by John Keys.

Program features:
Stanley – Trumpet Tune (Oliver Latham)
Bach – Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 (Matthew Shipway and Jeff Snowdon)
Mozart – Violin Concerto in G (Aminata Kanneh-Mason)
Ravel – Piano Concerto (Jeneba Kanneh-Mason)

Tickets available from:

Nottingham Tourist Centre (1-4 Smithy Row, Nottingham, NG1 2BY) Tel. 08444 77 56 78

Windblowers (75-77 Derby Road, Nottingham, NG1 5BA) Tel. 0115 941 0543 (cash or cheque only)

On the door (subject to availability)


Nottingham Bach Choir
Saturday 22 June 7:30pm

A concert to celebrate the work of the choir director Paul Hale. You’ll be treated to works by Haydn, Wesley, J S Bach, Vaughan Williams, Cesar Franck and Hubert Parry, as well as organ music and works for full choir.

Tickets available from

Email: [email protected]

Nottingham Tourism Centre (1-4 Smithy Row, Nottingham, NG1 2BY) Tel. 08444 77 56 78

From Choir Members

On the door (Subject to availability)

Hidden Voices Training Course

10:30am – 4:30pm, Thursday 6th June

If you are or have been involved in projects such as food banks, night shelters and street pastors, or worked with asylum seekers and vulnerable adults and children, then it’s possible that you may have already come into contact with a victim of modern slavery. Did you, or could you identify a victim?

This is a continuing issue in Nottingham, but you can join us on Thursday 6th June for the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham’s Hidden Voices Course, 10:30am – 4:30pm at St Mary’s in the Lace Market. You will learn about what modern slavery is, how to recognize it, how to respond and how we can work together to help end it.

If you’re a volunteer, project worker, member of a faith community or simply passionate about social justice, then come and join us at this free workshop.

Simply email [email protected] or telephone Catriona on 01636817232 to sign up and book your free place.

St Mary’s in the Lace Market
High Pavement