“Noye’s Fludde”

"Noye's Fludde"

Artistic Director Ben Saul demonstrates how to make a rabbit’s head mask to Raphael Gee, Ada Barnes and Matilda Hutchings who will all be playing animals in the Ark in “Noye’s Fludde”.

Noye's Fludde

Singers, actors and choral performers, both professional and amateur, will join 50 orchestral musicians and 150 school students in a spectacular presentation of the story of Noah’s Ark, as told in the community opera, “Noye’s Fludde”, composed by Benjamin Britten. Students from Boughton and Dunkirk Primary, Ethelbert Road Primary, Lorenden Preparatory, Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Abbey School, St. Mary of Charity School, Ospringe School and Bridge and Patrixbourne School will represent all the animals joining Mr. and Mrs. Noah in the Ark.

Come and be part of a truly wonderful celebration of community, music making, drama, and stewardship of our currently fragile world.



Thurs 25th April at 6pm

Friday 26th April at 6pm

Each performance lasts approximately one hour.

General admission is FREE (with a voluntary retiring collection)

Fifty premium seats will be reserved for Noye’s Fludde at the front at each performance for the best possible experience.

Book reserved Premium seating at www.ticketsource.co.uk/noyesfludde

From: 25 April 2024 18:00 To : 26 April 2024 18:00
Location: St. Marys of Charity, Church Rd, Faversham ME13 8GZ
Cost: FREE

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