Marshalswick Baptist Free Church, in Sherwood Avenue, St Albans, is – once again – the venue for St Albans Music Club’s annual concert to raise funds for the charity, Christian Aid. The concert takes place at the church from 7.30pm on Saturday 11th May.


St Albans’ recent singing sensation, Phelia – also known as The Singing Mums – make their Music Club debut in this concert, singing alongside Angharad Little (mezzo soprano), Roy Butlin (bass-baritone) and the tenor, Robert Little. Other performers include Valerie Harden (trumpet), Rachel Flint (cello), John Falk, Mark Smith and Mark Slater (piano).


The concert’s wide-ranging programme of popular pieces includes items by Giuseppe Verdi and Benjamin Britten — to commemorate the 200th and 100th anniversaries of the birth of these composers respectively.


Admission to the concert is free but there will be a retiring collection for the work of Christian Aid. Please come along if you can.