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Fri 28 June 7.30pm 'Celebrating Queen Elizabeth the First'       Songs and music that the Queen knew well and enjoyed both at Court and on her progresses around the country.       We are pleased that our own Shakespearean actor, Richard Ollier, will add his contributions to the performance.       Donington le Heath Manor House, Manor Road, Coalville, Leicestershire, LE67 2FW (map)
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Wed 11 September 1.00pm '30-minute Soundbites recital'       Free admission - tickets not required.       Refreshments available from 12.30pm.       This is the perfect setting for the Lachrimae Consort, and these weekly recitals always attract a friendly and appreciative audience.       Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Close, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6BG
Sun 15 September 3.30pm 'Celebrating Shakespeare'       A programme of music and words to celebrate William Shakespeare, with a joyful celebration in music and words, including excerpts and songs from the plays.       Old Baptist Chapel, off Church Street (passageway next to Abbey Antiques), Tewkesbury, GL20 5RZ
Fri 18 October 7.00pm 'Celebrating Queen Elizabeth I with her music'       This concert includes music that the Queen knew very well and that she would have heard on her Royal Progresses around England - although she never went as far North as Norton!       The music will be set among readings of contemporary accounts of her visits and musical life, along with some scurrilous comments from the gossip-monger John Aubrey.       St Mary's Church, Norton, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, TS20 1EJ
Sat 19 October 7.30pm Commemorating the 450th anniversary of the 'Rising of the North' in support of Mary Queen of Scots       More details to follow...       Brancepeth Castle, County Durham, DH7 8DF
Sun 20 October 4.00pm 'Consort music from the time of Queen Elizabeth I'       For this beautiful church in the historical centre of York, the Lachrimae Consort will play a programme of broken consort music that Queen Elizabeth would hear on her progresses around England, and perhaps also when she saw performances of plays by Shakespeare and others.       Holy Trinity Church, Goodramgate, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 7LF

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