Brooklands in Sound: The Festival
- Date July 14, 2018
- Time 5:30p.m. - 8:30p.m.
- Suitable for Everyone
On Saturday 14 July 2018, Surrey Arts will be premiering their new commissioned work No Sound Ever Dies at Brooklands in Sound, an evening festival of music, poetry and sound.
The Museum will come alive to the sound of live music performed by choirs, bands and ensembles embedded within garages and among the exhibits across the Brooklands Museum site.
The evening will culminate in the exciting 45 minute commissioned première performance No Sound Ever Dies by composer Joanna Lee and librettist Stephen Plaice. Telling the story of motoring pioneers and Brooklands heroes Percy Lambert and Kay Petre, this will feature a large cast of professional community and school musicians, dancers and singers from across Surrey who will perform in front of the spectacular Stratosphere Chamber within the heart of the Museum.
A sound piece called Learning to Fly by sound artist and musician Graham Dowdall will be installed in the spectacular award-winning Aircraft Factory and Flight Shed.
The Sunbeam Café will be open serving food and drink until 7:15.
Parking is available in The Heights off Wellington Way. Blue badge holders and pedestrians from Weybridge Train Station, please use the Campbell Gate Entrance off Brooklands Road.
Seniors & Students £12
Children (5-16) £9
Under 5s FREE
Tickets must be booked in advance.
Tickets for Brooklands in Sound can be used for entry from 5:30pm
Please note this is a standing event. There will be no cover for spectators, please dress appropriately for the weather conditions.
Tickets will be available online and the Museum shop until 5pm on Saturday 14th July.
Further information from www.surreymusichub.com/brooklandsinsound
Brooklands Museum 01932 857381 email@example.com
Assistance dogs only are admitted on site. Children 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. For full visitor guidelines please click here