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Princes Hall

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Princes Way, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU11 1NX
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Ben Fogle: Tales From the Wilderness

Ben Fogle: Tales From the Wilderness

TV adventurer Ben Fogle tours with his latest evening of storytelling.

Tue 3 Mar

£29.50

David Baddiel – Trolls: Not the Dolls

David Baddiel – Trolls: Not the Dolls

One-man show from David Baddiel about his interactions with internet trolls.

Fri 3 Apr

£32.24

Family Concert

Conductor: William Carslake

To include: Purcell: March and Canzona for Queen Mary Mozart: Gran Partita (slow movement) Copland: Hoe-Down Schumann: Konzertstuck (first movement) Hans Zimmer: Pirates of the Carribean Young Composers' Competition: Fanfare Rossini: William Tell Overture Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 (first and fourth movements) Haydn: Symphony No. 45 "Farewell" (finale) John Powell: How to Train Your Dragon

The FSO's January concert takes the form of a reprise of its popular family concert format. Our aim is to appeal to music lovers of all ages and it therefore draws upon a wide range of popular works, many familiar to younger generations as film theme tunes. We will be taking a trip through the different sections of the orchestra, highlighting their characteristic sounds and capabilities. A particular feature will be our entire horn section as four soloists in Schumann's Konzertstück. The concert will take place at 14:30 so make sure you make a note of the unusual start time. We look forward to welcoming you to an exciting afternoon of musical fun.

Please collect your tickets from the Box Office on the day of the concert

Sat 11 Jan

£14.85 (£7.43)

Milton Jones in Milton: Impossible

Milton Jones: Milton Impossible

Absurd one-liners from telly regular Jones.

Wed 12 Feb

£29.50

New World Concert

Guest Conductor: Toby Thatcher

Verdi: Nabucco Overture Hindemith: Nobilissima Visione Dvorak: Symphony No. 9

For the closing concert of the season, we are delighted to welcome Toby Thatcher as our guest conductor. Toby is a young Australian conductor with multiple awards to his name and, after appreciating him as a rehearsal conductor, the FSO is looking forward to working with him on a full concert programme. In the first half, Verdi's well known Nabucco Overture will be combined with the seldom-heard Nobilissima Visione by Hindemith which is a fantastic showcase for the different sections of the orchestra. Returning to the outdoors theme, the final work of the evening will feature the great spaces of North America championed by Dvorak in his Symphony No. 9. We hope the season will take you to some exciting and unfamiliar musical places as well as some well-loved favourites. Why not take to Twitter and let us know what you think of the programme and don't forget to sign up for our regular newsletter!

Please collect your tickets from the Box Office on the day of the concert

Sat 13 Jun

£14.85 (£7.43)

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers

A unique brand of 'bag rock' (that's bagpipes plus rock, if you were wondering) with stirring tunes and energetic performances. Expect everything from 'Flower of Scotland' to Coldplay's 'Clocks', via AC/DC and Deep Purple.

Thu 21 May

£32.25

Spirit of the Blitz

Spirit of the Blitz

A celebration of 1940s songs featuring all the biggest hits of the time.

Tue 12 May

This multi-purpose venue was opened in 1973 by the HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, after whom it's named. Originally planned as a civic building, it underwent a major rebuild between 1989 and 1990 to make it fit for purpose as a performance venue. Further improvements have been carried out since 2000. Today it hosts major touring theatre, comedy, music and dance acts, and its function rooms can be hired for conferences, parties and weddings.

Aldershot station is just over half a mile away and the Hall is served by the 1, 4, 5, 17, 18, 19 and 422 buses.

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