If you go down to the pub today, you’re sure of a big surprise…Check this out if classical music’s your thing but formal and stuffy occasions aren’t. The Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment are going local, returning to the Old Queen’s Head with The Night Shift. They’ll be performing the best of unique Baroque superstar Henry Purcell, along with some hits composed by Matthew Locke and John Blow. And you don’t have to sit there all prim and proper – drink, clap, chat, and cheer without fear of being told off or getting a pitying look from Mrs Huntington-Smythe.
General admission, standing. Over 18s only, please bring a valid ID.