Rakshita (Raks) Patel (rakspatel) wrote in mycroft_brolly,
Rakshita (Raks) Patel

Prom Praise, Langham Arts Trust, Royal Albert Hall, Saturday 4 May, 7.30pm

Prom Praise RAH13 inner

I am promoting this as a fun, lively, happy Christian music event that everyone can enjoy.

Prom Praise was one of the first big set-piece All Souls events that I attended. I started going to church in March 2011 and I attended my first Prom Praise in April 2011. I just LOVED it and it totally blew me away!

My honest genuine and sincere feedback from that first Prom Praise concert was that it was "better than Frankenstein" (the National Theatre stage version starring Benedict Cumberbatch) and so those who know me will know that I could not have paid All Souls a greater compliment!

I also have CDs of several previous Prom Praise concerts and they are all excellent - indeed I have gifted the CDs to Christian friends and they have loved them!

Everyone is invited and everyone is welcome. So why don't you come on in and join the fun?!

I am going and I have a £5 standing ticket in the Arena - so I will be both singing AND dancing along!

Cut and pasted from the Royal Albert Hall Website:

We welcome the return of this popular annual visit of Prom Praise to the Royal Albert Hall, which will include performances from All Souls Orchestra and Prom Praise Choir.

Presented by the All Souls Orchestra under the energetic and unquenchably dynamic directon of principal conductor, Noël Tredinnick, Prom Praise is a joyful fusion of perfomance with worship. Combining the spirit praise with the style of the world-famous 'Last Night of the Proms', when the whole hall can join choir and orchestra in favourite hymns and worship songs.

Choirs massing from all parts of the UK will make a choral contribution. Soloists include soprano Kathryn Donaldson-Copeland and baritone Sean Donaldson.

Following a fun evening here at the Hall in March with Prom Praise for Schools, some of the schools choirs have been invited back to show us how it's done in lively gospel style.

The evening will be co-hosted by All Souls Rector, Hugh Palmer.

This is the trailer:

For more info and to buy tickets follow the links:
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