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Brentwood Arts Festival Music – Bob Scott and David Worsfold

The Brentwood Arts Festival comes to town this year between 5th and 12th July. There are dozens of events happening this year including some great music events. To tell us all about the music in the festival this year David Worsfold and Bob Scott Joined me in the studio.

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Well, so many events and some great music! We started with everything that’s happening at Brentwood Cathedral. It all starts with an opening concert on Saturday 5th July – Elgar and The Great War

You can listen to our chat again here –

Some fantastic events going on throughout the borough far too numerous to mention here, but you can find full details here – https://brentwoodartsfestival.org.uk/full-programme/

Tickets can be purchased through the website or from the Brentwood Theatre.

Brentwood Theatre will be hosting a coffee bar for the duration of the Brentwood Arts Festival, when you have an opportunity to purchase tickets for many of the events around the Borough, not just those being performed at the Theatre.

Running Monday to Friday7-11 July from 10am to 4pm, the volunteer-led coffee bar will serve hot and cold drinks and different treats from day to day, all reasonably priced.

My thanks to Bob and David for telling us all about this today.

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Brentwood Arts Festival Music – Bob Scott and David Worsfold

The Brentwood Arts Festival comes to town this year between 5th and 12th July. There are dozens of events happening this year including some great music events. To tell us all about the music in the festival this year David Worsfold and Bob Scott Joined me in the studio.

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Well, so many events and some great music! We started with everything that’s happening at Brentwood Cathedral. It all starts with an opening concert on Saturday 5th July – Elgar and The Great War

You can listen to our chat again here –

Some fantastic events going on throughout the borough far too numerous to mention here, but you can find full details here – https://brentwoodartsfestival.org.uk/full-programme/

Tickets can be purchased through the website or from the Brentwood Theatre.

Brentwood Theatre will be hosting a coffee bar for the duration of the Brentwood Arts Festival, when you have an opportunity to purchase tickets for many of the events around the Borough, not just those being performed at the Theatre.

Running Monday to Friday7-11 July from 10am to 4pm, the volunteer-led coffee bar will serve hot and cold drinks and different treats from day to day, all reasonably priced.

My thanks to Bob and David for telling us all about this today.

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Brentwood Arts Festival Music – Bob Scott and David Worsfold

The Brentwood Arts Festival comes to town this year between 5th and 12th July. There are dozens of events happening this year including some great music events. To tell us all about the music in the festival this year David Worsfold and Bob Scott Joined me in the studio.

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Well, so many events and some great music! We started with everything that’s happening at Brentwood Cathedral. It all starts with an opening concert on Saturday 5th July – Elgar and The Great War

You can listen to our chat again here –

Some fantastic events going on throughout the borough far too numerous to mention here, but you can find full details here – https://brentwoodartsfestival.org.uk/full-programme/

Tickets can be purchased through the website or from the Brentwood Theatre.

Brentwood Theatre will be hosting a coffee bar for the duration of the Brentwood Arts Festival, when you have an opportunity to purchase tickets for many of the events around the Borough, not just those being performed at the Theatre.

Running Monday to Friday7-11 July from 10am to 4pm, the volunteer-led coffee bar will serve hot and cold drinks and different treats from day to day, all reasonably priced.

My thanks to Bob and David for telling us all about this today.

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Brentwood Arts Festival Music – Bob Scott and David Worsfold

The Brentwood Arts Festival comes to town this year between 5th and 12th July. There are dozens of events happening this year including some great music events. To tell us all about the music in the festival this year David Worsfold and Bob Scott Joined me in the studio.

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Bob Scott and David Worsfold

Well, so many events and some great music! We started with everything that’s happening at Brentwood Cathedral. It all starts with an opening concert on Saturday 5th July – Elgar and The Great War

You can listen to our chat again here –

Some fantastic events going on throughout the borough far too numerous to mention here, but you can find full details here – https://brentwoodartsfestival.org.uk/full-programme/

Tickets can be purchased through the website or from the Brentwood Theatre.

Brentwood Theatre will be hosting a coffee bar for the duration of the Brentwood Arts Festival, when you have an opportunity to purchase tickets for many of the events around the Borough, not just those being performed at the Theatre.

Running Monday to Friday7-11 July from 10am to 4pm, the volunteer-led coffee bar will serve hot and cold drinks and different treats from day to day, all reasonably priced.

My thanks to Bob and David for telling us all about this today.

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