Sepia drawing of the head of the composer surrounded by flowers

Eliza Flower (1803 – 1846)

Tinted lithograph of a drawing by Mrs E Bridell Fox, 1898/99 courtesy of Conway Hall Ethical Society

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Join us at St. John’s ARC, St Johns Walk, Old Harlow CM17 0AJ

Wed 21st 2pm – 5pm  WORKSHOP
An afternoon of vocal fun – finding out more about your voice, singing in harmony, learning the protest songs of Eliza Flower, making dramatic scenes, writing music with your group and of course tea & cake at break time!

Time to find out how everything fits together and spend time with the professional singers and BSL signer – ending with pizza!!

Sun 25th 3.30pm – 5.30pm PERFORMANCE
You will be given 1 free ticket and one half price ticket* so you can watch the whole show with a friend – except for the short section you appear in with your group! If you get there early you’ll find some sandwiches to munch too.

*cost of half the full price ticket

The programme ran an intensive Workshop Day at  Conway Hall, London in June 2023.  We had a lot of fun!

Eliza Flower’s Childhood Home at 2 High St, Old Harlow

A sunny day with a cream 18thC building - a Georgain doorway and a 2 storey building with large windows all with tiled glass frames and an old fashioned lampost outside

the electric voice theatre logo - just the words on some spikes of colour

A blue buttone with a lottery symbol saying