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Rugby Portobello Trust presents Midsummer Music in the Park, 5th June 2024

As part of the Rugby Portobello Trust’s 140th-anniversary celebrations, a very special event – Midsummer Music in the Park – will be held at the famous Holland Park Opera venue on Wednesday 5th June 2024.

Midsummer Music in the Park, 5th June 2024

The evening will be emceed by everyone’s favourite, Alexander Armstrong, and will feature many exciting performances from musical talents including international pianist Melvyn Tan, acclaimed alto Toby Spence, and scenes and arias from some of Opera Holland Park’s award-winning cast. More surprise performances will also be announced in due course!

The venue will open at 5.30pm on 5th June to welcome guests and for picnics and drinks, with the performance starting at 7pm and finishing at 8.30pm. Tickets cost £200 for armchair seating (first three rows); £135 for theatre seating; £52 for student/under-40 theatre seating; and £10 for North Kensington residents. There is also the option to choose a pre-performance picnic by il Portico for 2 people that costs £90. Tickets can be purchased online on the Opera Holland Park website.

About The Rugby Portobello Trust

The Rugby Portobello Trust (RPT) has been supporting vulnerable children and young people in North Kensington for 140 years. At present, they support 1,400 children in the community through academic support, sports, art, music, employment workshops, mental health and wellbeing sessions, skills-building support and off-site trips. They also offer services to local mothers and carers to help them build strong, healthy relationships with their babies and young children which, in turn, helps support the entire family unit.

The Rugby Portobello Trust’s programme runs six days a week throughout the year – even during the school holidays. They offer essential educational support as well as teaching young people to stay safe, and how to improve in areas such as teamwork and communication, for example; essential skills that they can take forward to every stage of their lives. The RPT’s programmes, trips and activities are either free or heavily subsidised. This allows the RPT to be open and accessible for those who need them most.

More on the Rugby Portobello Trust can be found on their website.

Midsummer Music in the Park
5.30pm – 8.30pm, Wednesday 5th June 2024
Opera Holland Park
37 Pembroke Road
W8 6PW

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