Into the Harbour, Carry Me Home Post Performance Event

22 November 2013

Britten's niece, Sally Schweizer, will discuss the life and work of her uncle in conversation with cellist Nick Cooper.   Daughter of Beth Britten, who's insightful memoir My Brother Benjamin has been republished this year, Sally will introduce the book and share her own reminiscences.  Nick Cooper will also perform extracts from Britten's 1st cello suite.

Tickets are free to families attending the evening's performance of Into the Harbour, Carry Me Home. Please go to Dates and Times to book tickets online or call the box office on 01273813813.

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Sally Schweizer
Nick Cooper


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