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The RAF in Concert 2012

Repertoire

Stubbs
Shining Star (Fanfare)
Wiffin
Here’s a Health to Her Majesty
Jimmy Perry
Meet the Gang cos’ the Boys are Here
Darewsk & Locton
The Army, the Navy and the Air Force
Mills and Scott
All the Nice Girl Love a Sailor
Trad.
British Grenadiers
Gordon Weston
An RAF March
Stubbs
The Morris Men
Jacob
Galloping Major
Leon Russell
A Song For You (arr. Little)
Gilbert and Sullivan
Three Little Maids from School
Hazelhurst
2 Ronnie’s
Dennis Wilson
Fawlty Towers
Max Harris
Porridge
Arthur Dent
Bring Me Sunshine
Kenneth J Alford
Standard of St George
Edward Gregson
Sword and Crown
Ted Heath
Opus One
Rota/Kusic
Speak Softly Love
Bricusse/Newley
Gonna Build a Mountain
Ornadel/Newell
Portrait of my Love
Flanagan/Hendler
Jones Hot Toddy (arr. Jones)
Lennon/McCartney
Eleanor Rigby (arr. Iwai)
Tom Davoran
Return to White City
Bizet
Carmen Fantasy
Walton
Orb and Sceptre
Trad.
incl. English Country Gardens, Greensleeves, Londonderry Air (O Danny Boy), Irish Washer Woman, Men of Harlech, Black Bear and Scotland the Brave (also features Rule Britannia) (arr. Stubbs)
Parry
Jerusalem
Elgar
Pomp and Circumstance No.1
RAF March Past

The hugely popular Royal Air Force in Concert tour returns to Cadogan Hall with a special Diamond Jubilee salute to Her Majesty The Queen. Join the RAF’s finest musicians for a thrilling evening of first class entertainment as they celebrate some of the musical highlights during the Queen’s 60-year reign.

Including songs made famous by The Beatles and Matt Monro, the programme of music will reflect Britain at its best culminating in a stirring, patriotic finale featuring timeless classics such as Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.

Other highlights will be a nostalgic Tribute to Great British Comedy, including Bring Me Sunshine and stirring national themes such as Men of Harlech and Scotland The Brave.

Conducted by the RAF’s Principal Director of Music, Wing Commander Duncan Stubbs and featuring leading stage performer Flight Lieutenant Matthew Little, the Royal Air Force in Concert provides the perfect tribute to our much-loved Monarch.

Ticket Information *

£30, £25, £20

Groups of 10 or more: 10% off

(Please note: due to stage extension the first row of seating in the centre stalls is Row A)

* All orders are subject to a transaction fee, except if made in person. See Booking Information for details, payment methods and delivery options.

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