|Saturday 1st December 2018||All Saints' Church, Baschurch at 2.00pm until 4pm|
|This concert of music will be part of All Saints' Church "CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL". The festival starts at 11am. and the Orchestra will close the day with a programme of Christmas music.|
|Friday 14th December 2018||Holy Trinity Church, Meole Brace, Shrewsbury at 7.30pm|
|This will be "A Christmas Concert" by the Orchestra to raise funds for The Harry Johnson Trust
Tickets are £8.00 each and are available from 01743 884275/01743 884524 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or at the door.
|Saturday 2rd March 2019||Theatre Severn, Frankwell, Shrewsbury, at 7.30pm|
|This will be the 33rd "Last Night of the Proms" themed concert presented by The West Shrewsbury Hospice Support Group to raise funds for The Severn Hospice, Shrewsbury.
The programme will include a selection of light music and will conclude with the favourite Proms pieces of Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1", Fantasia on British Sea Songs" by Sir Henry Wood and Hubert Parry's "Jerusalem".
The orchestra will be joined by Jessica Johnson (soprano) and Andrew Murray (baritone) for some songs and leading the audience participation singing.
Tickets will be available from Theatre Severn Box Office (Telephone 01743 281281) nearer the date.
|Friday 5th April 2019||Wrekin College, Wellington, Shropshire TF1 3BH|
|This will be a concert of Light Music in aid of Alzheimer's Reseach UK - Shropshire Fundraising Group. More details will be available nearer the date.|
|Saturday 22nd June 2019
||Mytton Cottage, Mytton, Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury SY4 1EU at 7.00pm|
|This will be the eleventh annual outdoor "Proms in the Garden" that the Orchestra will have played at Mytton Cottage. As for the last 3 years the concert will raise funds for The Lingen Davies Cancer Fund, Shrewsbury and Mytton Vilage Hall.
The programme will include a wide selection of light music, and end with the "Last Night of the Proms" favourites of Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1", Fantasia on British Sea Songs" by Sir Henry Wood and Hubert Parry's "Jerusalem".
The orchestra will be joined by Jessica Johnson (soprano) and Andrew Murray (baritone) for some songs and leading the community singing.
Tickets will be available nearer the date from Tom and Julie Kaye on Tel:01743 850722 - and you are invited to bring your Gazebos, chairs, picnics and drinks etc. Gates will open at 5.30pm.