Sarum Six

FRIDAY 18th JUNE, 2021

at 7.30pm

Stephen Abbott and Crispin Morton - countertenors

Nick Hawker - tenor

Philip Lawson and Al Watson - baritone

Richard Hooper - bass

A wonderfully varied programme with music by Thomas Tallis, William Byrd and Maurice Duruflé as well as arrangements of folk songs, African American spirituals arranged by Richard Shephard and four of the Songs of Yale.

We are very excited to announce that this will be our first live streamed event. So come and hear Sarum Six live at The Medieval Hall or watch the performance from your sofa.

♦ Tickets to attend the event in The Hall are £15 and can be obtained through the following link:

♦ To watch the Live Stream:

We invite voluntary donations starting at £5 – to book, please click on the following link:

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‘The Making of a Medieval Masterpiece’

an illustrated talk by

FRIDAY 25 JUNE 2021at 7.30pm

The 28th April 2020 was the 800th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stones of Salisbury Cathedral. Tim Tatton-Brown, a highly respected authority, had been invited to give a celebratory talk on the subject - but the pandemic put paid to that occasion.

 We have successfully persuaded Tim that a 14 month delay is insignificant in the greater scheme of things and we are delighted to welcome him to entertain us with his knowledge, wisdom and wit on this astonishing moment in Salisbury’s illustrious and colourful history – who was there, who was late(!), what was the pecking order for the laying, what else was making the news in the realm at that time . . . 

Tim’s talk will be delivered with, no doubt, his well-known infectious enthusiasm and his extraordinary grasp of the subject and will be illustrated by photographs – mostly taken by Dr John Crook FSA, who is an architectural historian, archaeological consultant and, also, a professional and talented photographer.


♦ To attend the event in person in The Medieval Hall:

    use the following link to purchase a ticket (£12)

♦ To watch the Live Stream:

we invite voluntary donations of £3 using the following link:


Early Bird

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SUNDAY 27 JUNE, 2021


The Medieval Hall, Cathedral Close, Salisbury SP1 2EY

3pm and 5pm



JEAN PATERSON – baroque violin

URSULA LEVEAUX – baroque bassoon

SHARON GOULD – harpsichord











TARQUINIO MERULA   Ballo detto Pollicio / Canzona La Loda / Canzona La Ghisa












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ISABELLA LEONARDA:  Sonata op 16 no 10 in F major












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A WANDER THROUGH WELSH WALTZES:  Llwyn Onn / Glwysen / Dafydd y Garreg Wen

(arranged by Sharon Gould)


ISABELLA LEONARDA:   Sonata op 16 no 9 in C major


ANTONIO VIVALDI:   Concerto in F major

















Antonio Vivaldi


CONCERT TIME(S) to be confirmed. Numbers may need to be limited if Covid restrictions remain in place.

The concert programme will last about 1 hour.



Special price of £10 for adults.

Children under 16 free but they require tickets which must be booked in advance.


Contact details for buying tickets:

When ordering, please state your preferred performance: afternoon / evening / don’t mind.

Your name will then be added to the Priority List and you will be contacted nearer the date to finalise times and payment.

No tickets will be available at the door, only by prior booking.



Please give us (The Medieval Hall) prior warning including contact details (if possible, at least 24 hours)

together with any specific instructions/requirements.

Please note that it is impossible to manoeuvre wheelchairs into the loos.



Safety measures will be drafted nearer the day when it is known what the rules will be.

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Salisbury Baroque




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Salisbury Baroque is delighted to say that, Covid restrictions permitting, they will be back in action on Sunday July 4 in the afternoon with a concert of popular music by Purcell, Vivaldi, Bach and Handel.


We will be cautious about social distancing so there will only be a limited number of tickets, which must be booked in advance, price £12 each, and none on the door. The concert will last about an hour and there will not be an interval.


It would be helpful for planning purposes if, at this stage, you would kindly indicate (without commitment) if you are interested in coming to the concert and how many tickets you would like. You can do this by emailing We will assume that the people you book tickets for can legitimately sit together in the same ‘bubble’ unless you let us know otherwise. We will contact you nearer the date to provide further information and to arrange definite bookings.


If you have any questions, please ring David Davies – 01722 714440.

Jane Eyre


Charlotte Brontë

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5pm and 7.30pm 

“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being with an independent will.”
Jane has lived her life feeling an outcast but finds home as governess to a young girl in the care of Mr Rochester.
But all is not as it seems as Jane discovers that many secrets are held by both the residents and walls of Thornfield Hall.
This novel, deemed ahead of its time, is reimagined for the stage with traditional folk music woven into this love story of excitement and intrigue.

Tickets available at: / 07732 253311

General admission: £15

Under 16’s: £12


Plus a £2 booking fee for all transactions

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