Central Band to be joined by Winchester Military Wives Choir in Chichester

The Central Band will be joined for the first time by Winchester Military Wives Choir for a spectacular summer concert in Chichester on 3 June.

The programme will feature well known favourites, marches, instrumental solos and David Cole’s spectacular arrangement of James Bond movie themes. The Military Wives’ will include performances of now famous ‘Wherever You Are’ and ‘Stronger Together’.

A concert not to be missed and at £10 + £7 U16s and OAPs it’s a steal, so book early!



‘London Pride’ – The Central Band of The Royal British Legion, Southwark Cathedral – Saturday 14th October

The Central Band will be back to perform a celebration of music through the ages saluting the great city of London. 

There will be music from the Royal Fireworks by Handel, Trumpet Tune by Purcell and Walton’s Crown Imperial from the Coronation of HM The Queen, as well as more recent pieces from the West End stage, including Oliver! and My Fair Lady.  It wouldn’t be a Central Band concert without a great march or two so prepare to tap your feet to The Knightsbridge March by Eric Coates as a starter!

Ticket prices range from £30 (central nave) to £10 (side nave and restricted view).  Contact Elinor on 020 3053 7094/ or buy online at


St George’s Day Concert – St George’s Hanover Square – Wednesday 26th April

To mark St George’s Day what better place to be than back in this beautiful central London church (Handel’s church when in London)?    

Soak up the atmosphere and enjoy a few glasses of wine and nibbles in the church before the concert and then listen to music from the choir of St George’s as well as The Central Band of The Royal British Legion, interspersed with readings given by our guest readers including Dame Barbara Windsor and Robert Powell – all with an English theme of course!   Doors open at 6.30 pm, the concert starts at 7.15 pm and ends at 8.45 pm.   Tickets £40.

There is disabled access to the church but please note that the lavatories are accessed by ancient steep stairs.