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Special Event – Guildford
Saturday 19th March 2016, 11am
Bach to Baby is thrilled to be holding a very special family concert in association with Home-Start Guildford - a family support charity which helps local families. We thank the Mayor of Guildford Councillor Nikki Nelson-Smith for giving us the rare opportunity of experiencing music with the whole family in this iconic building.
|Saturday 19 March 11am|
The accordion is vital to many musical cultures around the world. Let the formidably talented Zivorad Nikolic show you what the humble squeezebox can do as he whisks you from the thrilling music of the Balkans to the sultry Argentine Tango and beyond!
Tickets: Adult £12 pre-booked only, children FREE (up to 2 per adult)
Please note that regular Bach to Baby e-tickets are NOT valid for this concert - please buy your tickets below.
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About the concerts
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
Doors open 30 mins prior to the concert, giving you time to ditch the buggy, grab a coffee, and catch up with friends before the performance.
For further questions, check out our FAQ
About Home-Start GuildfordHome-Start is one of the UK's leading family support charities which has 280 schemes in the UK and over 15,000 volunteers who visit families with at least one child under five in their own homes. Their vision is to create a society in which every parent has the support they need to give their children the best possible start in life. Their trained volunteers support families in a variety of situations including isolation, bereavement, multiple births, illness and disability.
Home-Start Guildford was established in 1996. They run two volunteer preparation courses a year and in 2015, their volunteers helped 171 local families to get through tough times.
For more information – whether you would like to volunteer, receive help or donate, please call 01483 511181 or visit the website.
How to get there
Guildhall, High Street, Guildford, GU1 3AABy train: Guildford Station, easily accessible from London Waterloo
By road: Access to the Guildhall is via the High Street. The High Street is closed to vehicles between 9am - 6pm on Saturdays. There is no parking at the Guildhall however there are many car parks around the town centre and fantastic public transport links into Guildford.
Accessibility: Toilets and baby-care facilities are available.
About the venue
|The Guildhall on Guildford High Street is where the Mayor and Corporation of Guildford met to regulate the commerce of the Borough, and where the various Courts of Law sat in judgement.
The hall itself is Elizabethan, but very probably stands on the site of the medieval Guildhall which is known to have existed in the 1300s. It was extended at the north end in 1589, on the occasion of one of Elizabeth I's visits to the town and her Coat of Arms in stained glass was inserted in the window above the Judge's Bench.
In 1683 the Guildhall was refurbished with the insertion of a Council Chamber at first floor level. This had a balcony over the street and a bell turret above. The story is told of a London Clock maker, named John Aylward, who presented the projecting clock to the Corporation in return for freedom to trade in the Borough.
After the concert, why not enjoy a lunch or set menu at The March Hare?