T S Eliot's Four Quartets:Rowan Williams, Niamh Cusack, Guy Johnston
Thursday 28 July 2016
Andrew & Frances Schumann
Acclaimed film and theatre actress Niamh Cusack reads TS Eliot’s poetry interwoven with music by Bach for cello, played by Guy Johnston. TS Eliot expert and esteemed theologian Dr Rowan Williams will speak on the poet’s Four Quartets. A beautiful meditation on this profound work with insights by an expert speaker.
Suite No.3 in C major
Reading from Burnt Norton, section I
Prelude from Suite No.2 in D minor, BWV 1008
Reading from East Coker, section IV
Sarabande from Suite No.4 in E flat major, BWV 1010
Reading from The Dry Salvages, sections IV and V
Sarabande from Suite No.5 in C minor, BWV 1011
Reading from Little Gidding, section I:39-54 and sections IV and V
Prelude from Suite No.1 in G major, BWV 1007
Please note due to filming schedules, Juliet Stevenson is no longer able to fulfil her commitment to the King’s Lynn Festival. We are delighted that Niamh Cusack will be joining Rowan Williams and Guy Johnston for this event instead. Niamh comes from a well-known acting family and haw worked extensively with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre. She is perhaps best known for her long-running role as Dr Kate Rowan in the ITV series Heartbeat.
St Nicholas' Chapel
St Nicholas' Chapel,
St Ann's Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1NH
- Uneven paving on approach to doors.
- Toilet facilities now available in the chapel.
- Wheelchairs accessible through main door.
- A limited number of wheelchair spaces are available and must be booked in advance - please specify when booking.
The nearest car park is Chapel Street and Tuesday Market Place. Please note: Charges apply 24 hours a day, including for Blue Badge holders. Please ensure you pay the correct fee. Current charges are available on the borough council website: https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/
Seating is unreserved. The acoustic is excellent throughout the chapel but an unrestricted view of the performance area cannot be guaranteed from all seats - in some cases the view is extremely restricted.
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