Seats Still Available For Our

Athenaeum Fundraising Concert !

We are again opening our doors, hoping to bring you a well-deserved light-hearted and upbeat concert with some exciting talent!  So why not come along and enjoy an uplifting evening of Live Light Entertainment, and support this gem of a resource , run by volunteers for the community.
Cecilia de Maria
who is coming especially from London, fresh from the recording studios of Sony Classical Music. 

Prevented by
recent emergency measures from performing widely at the moment, Cecilia is Zooming and You-tubing and recently did Classical for Kids online for the Royal Albert Hall. 

She is longing to share some of her exciting Tango and Flamenco harp music with a live audience.
Carl Daniels
who is bringing two pianists, one for each night, Josh Nesbitt on Saturday, and Richard Lennox on the Sunday, to accompany his magnificent voice. 

Carl is a Warminster boy, born and bred, and has performed at The Ath since he was a wee lad. 
Recently Carl toured UK with the Musical Rent, performed at Tokyo Disney and he most recently headlined the Cabaret for six months on P&O’s cruise liner Arcadia.
Anabella Fairgrieve   
The recent emergency measures having dealt several blows to her Drama School ambitions this year, is about to embark on more auditions in 2021. 
Anabella’s voice has been compared to that of Barbra Streisand, and her experience both as a member and ambassador with the National Youth Theatre and Youth Music Theatre has given her an enviable stage presence, both dramatically and vocally.
Joely Hudson
is the youngest member of the group and is a talented singer, saxophonist and actress
The recent emergency measures has postponed her role as Bobbie in the forthcoming Athenaeum production of The Railway Children, but Joely has been performing for charity, both in support of Wessex MS and the Clap for Carers, and previously performed at the Ath’s World War One Anniversary Concert and the Mayor’s Dinner & Reception.


In our small but well-protected audience on either
26th / 27th September
Although the audience are encouraged to remain seated for most of the interval, we hope to entertain you with video clips from your seats (during that interval)…

Please bring your own refreshments as there is no Bar, but we do ask that you take your ‘empties’ home with you.  Loos are of course available, but we ask that you wait in distanced queues for them.

We are so grateful to our Ushers and Volunteer staff, and most especially to our Tech Team who have volunteered their time behind the scenes to bring you an unforgettable evening - an evening that will put the lights back on as well as raise some important funds for the Athenaeum.
Tickets are only available on line via Ticket Source (bottom left icon)

If you are unable to come, and still wishe to contribute, then we are able to offer you the opportunity to donate to the Athenaeum via our Donation link (bottom right icon)
Tickets can only be bought Online, please click the icon above to book your seats.
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Working dogs allowed, Induction Loop, Wheelchair Access, Accessible Toilet.

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