Think No Evil of Us
- My Life with Kenneth Williams
written and performed by David Benson
Little Theatre, Holme Street, Hebden Bridge
8.00pm (to 10.00pm approx)
David Benson's uncanny impersonation of Kenneth Williams unlocks the complex character of one of Britain's best loved entertainers in this exhilarating semi-autobiographical, award-winning show.
'It is unforgettable and inspirational theatre that has the audience cheering in admiration'
(Independent on Sunday).
'I knew Kenneth Williams well and always felt it
was impossible to impersonate him. I was wrong. David Benson is utterly brilliant'
(Barry Took, Evening Standard).
In association with James Seabright
The Liszt Ferenc Choir
The Victoria Singers
conducted by Maria Farkas
Heptonstall Parish Church
8.00pm (to 9.30 approx)
£8 (£6); £2 for full-time students and under-16s
Two choirs from Hungary combine for this choral concert, The Liszt Ferenc (Franz Liszt) Choir, a church choir founded in Budapest fifty-five years ago, and The Victoria Singers (named after the composer Tomás Luis de Victoria), a chamber group made up of Mária Farkas's students. Their programme will
include works by Hungarian composers, Zoltán Kodály, Lajos Bárdos, György Orbán, as well as Franz Liszt.