1916: A Requiem for the World


Exactly a month now to the powerful and moving evening of songs, readings and archival photographs compiled over the past year by members of the Bath Poetry Cafe and the Walcot State Choir to commemorate the third year of the First World War – the war to end all wars. This is a FREE EVENT in aid of The Royal British Legion.


Cambridge singer/musician/ songwriter JONATHAN STEFFEN  singing Parry’s setting of Jerusalem and Bath composer Frederick Weatherby’s Roses of Picardy.

BELLA ELIOT from the Walcot State Choir singing George Butterworth’s setting of AE Housman’s The Lads in their Hundreds  and John Macrae’s In Flanders Fields.

Narrated by Bath City Councillor PETER TURNER

and Bath Poetry Cafe Organiser SUE BOYLE

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