Music Dance and Drama From OPEN Ealing

St Barnabas Church 23rd October


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OPEN Ealing brings to you a very special evening of dance, music and drama. Billed as “a unique evening of music and perfomance“, it all takes place at St Barnabas Church in Pitshanger Lane, on Friday 23rd October.

The drama comes from actor and writer Mary Drake, who will be performing some Shakespeare-related monologues.

There’s also an eclectic lineup of music, featuring sets from Irish harpist Sheila Moylan, Francis and Freddy (one half of which is Ealing bluesman Francis Gahan), and OPEN favourites The Vaudevillians. A late addition to the bill is Australian percussionist Jeremy Barnett. Jeremy’s musical world crosses all genres from classical to pop, contemporary music to cabaret and musical theatre, electro-acoustic solo projects to dance, and everything in between. Also appearing are singer-songwriter Jonny Hereward and performance artiste Oberon White. Treading the line between theatre, cabaret and live-art, White’s work combines classical singing, spoken word, clowning, original soundscapes and a dash of drag.

Top of the bill is Bridgett Zehr, an American principal ballet dancer who has danced leading roles with English National Ballet, National Ballet of Canada and Houston Ballet. She will be performing the renowned Dying Swan solo, to Saint-Saëns Le Cygne.

To top it all there will be a champagne reception at 7pm. It's one heck of a line-up and promises to be an umissable show. Read more about it – and book tickets - at

Dates: Friday 23rd October
Time: 7.00- 10pm
Tickets: £10; concessions £6.00

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15th October 2015




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