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Some men never think of it.
You did. You’d come along
And say you’d nearly bought me flowers
But something had gone wrong …
So begins Wendy Cope’s poem ‘Flowers’. It is just one of several much-loved poems to be read by actress Rohan McCullough in an evening of ‘Evocative Words and Music’, the music aspect being some delicious pieces played on the clarinet by her brother, Andy McCullough, accompanied by pianist Andrew Leach.
To take place in St Mary’s Parish Church, Woodbridge on Friday 15 March at 5.00 pm, the recital will include music by Albinoni, Walton, Kreisler, Verdi, Rachmaninov and others, with poems by Betjeman, Manley Hopkins, Belloc, Kipling, Edward Thomas – and by Wendy Cope.
Tickets: £10 to include a glass of fizz, available from Woodbridge Violins or St Mary’s Church Shop, Market Hill. Proceeds to the Friends of St Mary’s Church Building Repair Fund.
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