Search

Hornchurch concerts boast host of stars

11:45 18 October 2013

Graffiti Classics will be performing at Langtons

Graffiti Classics will be performing at Langtons' House this winter

Archant

A winter season of classical music returns with a star-studded line-up at Langtons House in Hornchurch.

Classical guitarist Craig Ogden and award-winning cellist Jamie Walton will be among the musicians performing at the Music For A Winter’s Night concerts at the Billet Lane venue.

The Havering Council-organised concerts start at 8pm. They include the Graffiti Classics String Quartet on November 14, the Premiere String Quartet on December 19, the Jamie Walton Cello Trio on January 16 and Craig Ogden on February 13.

0 comments

Latest News Stories

15:27
Michael Hotti was jailed

An “extremely violent” career criminal has been jailed for five years for robbing two stores while on licence.

More than 400 houses in Hornchurch experienced a power cut in the early hours of the morning

More than 400 homes suffered a power cut in the early hours of the morning after a fault to an underground cable.

09:12
The man was impaled on railings of Central Park. Picture: Google Maps

A “lucky” man was rescued after becoming impaled on park railings through the top of his arm last night.

Dr Kieran McCafferty and Julie Crick

A West Ham fan who had a successful kidney transplant has raised funds for hospital equipment by creating a football betting syndicate.

Most read news

News from your area

WW100

Click on the banner above for full coverage of the centenary commemorations of the outbreak of the First World War.

Competitions

Get your hands on some fresh trainers!

Need some new shoes to head to work or some new heels for a night on the cobbles? London24 has teamed up with online retailer Sole Trader to offer £100 worth of shoes to one lucky reader.

Take in the stunning sites of London from the summit of the O2!

Up at The O2 has teamed up with London24 to give one lucky reader the chance to experience urban mountaineering this summer with an exhilarating 90-minute climb across the roof of one of London’s most iconic landmarks.

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Romford Recorder e-edition today E-edition
Family Notices 24


Our trusted business finder