Rugby Area Talent Trust present an evening of live music at Rugby’s historic town church of St Andrew’s.
Friday 22 September @ 19:30
Please be seated by 19:20
Tickets £5 (available on the door)
This event will feature half a dozen young talented singers from Rugby, all of whom have performed at RATT events in the past and who have the ability and confidence to entertain us all for a couple of hours.
With music ranging from the 1960’s to the present day and taking in a wide range of styles, the evening promises something for everyone. Professional sound and lighting will add to the concert atmosphere.
Proceeds from the event, which is one in the church’s “Open Doors” series of concerts, will be split evenly between St Andrew’s Church Funds and Rugby Area Talent Trust.
Please come along and support these two very worthwhile causes. We guarantee you an enjoyable evening, or your money back!
St Andrews Church
St Andrew’s Church, is ‘at the heart of things’. It is located at the heart of the town centre, an iconic Grade 2 Listed building by eminent architect William Butterfield. You are welcome to visit when the church is open, for worship, or have a rest in the friendly cafe, and more. Funds raised at the event will be used to maintain the fabric of this important local building.
Rugby Area Talent Trust
RATT is a relatively young local charity that aims to support young people with talent in music, art, academia, sport or entrepreneurship. The charity does this by creating performance opportunities and by running a small grants programme. RATT is entirely funded by donations and fundraising events. Funds raised at this event will contribute to RATT’s next round of grant funding, planned for October this year.