The boys’ choir of Canterbury Cathedral will be giving a concert on Saturday, July 5 at St Clements Church, in the Old Town from 7pm.
Canterbury Cathedral is universally renowned as head of the worldwide Anglican Communion and seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the choir has a 1,400-year-old tradition making it one of the longest-established musical foundations in the world.
Malcolm Lock, director of music at St Clements, said he was delighted that the boys of Canterbury Cathedral are coming to Hastings. He added it had been a two-year wait for this event. Tickets will be on sale for £13 (£11 concessions) from May 6 from Hastings Town Hall Information Centre or from Malcolm Lock on 07801 068156.