We are offering you the chance to book complimentary tickets for a unique choral performance in the town centre this weekend (Saturday & Sunday May 20 & 21).
A limited number of free tickets are now available to residents in the borough using the online code LOCAL.
This offer is limited to the those living in the borough and will expire on at 9pm on Monday, May 14th.
Refrain will see historic sites of St Helens are set to host a unique choral performance this spring, devised by composer Verity Standen, performed by local male singers.
The performances will roam throughout the George Street area. Ordinarily closed buildings, including the Friends Meeting House and the Masonic Hall, will open their doors to singers and audiences to explore at some point.
Audiences will gather in the grounds of the oldest building in St Helens (Friends Meeting House) and be invited to roam this historic area, brought to life by song. The meeting place for REFRAIN will be confirmed by email.
Award-winning composer and choir leader Verity Standen, with local men has responded to the history of school teacher, Ernest Everett. Everett was a conscientious objector, tried and sentenced in St Helens.
Saturday 20th May – 4pm & 6pm Sunday 21st May – 1pm & 2:30pm.
All ages welcome. Tickets without the promotion code are £8/ £6
Online Promotion Code: LOCAL
To book tickets visit www.refrain.online or phone 0117 930 4282.
REFRAIN is produced by Situations with Verity Standen Projects, in partnership with English Heritage, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts and Heart of Glass, St. Helens. REFRAIN is generously supported by Arts Council England, the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, The Space and the Heritage Lottery Fund.