There are officially only two days left of this wondrous music festival and we’re incredibly proud to have hosted the Wimbledon International Music Festival in our little corner of the world. Sunday 25th marks the last day of this cultural gem and until next year we look back on the two amazing weeks we’ve enjoyed so far.
This Sunday 25th November brings with it the final hoorah from the magical Wimbledon International Music Festival, yet there is still time to celebrate 10 years of music. Head over to Wimbledon International Music Festival‘s official box office website to book tickets to their last shows.
There are limits tickets available for this show on Saturday 24th November, if you are interested you will need to book quite quickly. The Academy Choir and Baroque Players will be performing Handel’s Messiah in what is appearing to be one of the most anticipated shows, following Sir Willard White, this week.
Sacred Heart Church, Edge Hill, Wimbledon, London, SW19 4LU (8 pm to 11 pm)
Festivale Finale – Philarmonica Orchestra
The Festivale Finale will be the last performance of the week and of the Wimbledon International Music Festival. Incredibly, there are tickets still available for purchase, however, we’ve heard they won’t be around forever. In this last hoorah audience members can expect to hear from the amazing Zuill Bailey who performed earlier this week on Thursday. To book your ticket visit WIMF’s official box office site.
Trinity United Reform Church, Mansel Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 4AA (From 6.30pm)
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