Relaxation Concerts: 10am, Monday 27th September | Simply Strings

Simply Strings
  • Monday 27 September, 2021
    10.00 – 10.45am
  • 11.30am - 12.15pm
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Simply Strings Trio will play music by Mozart, Elgar, Take That, John Legend and Adele.

Between them, the musicians (Liz Stacey, Julie Doubleday and Polly Ives) have worked with CBeebies, London Philharmonic Orchestra, CBSO, Chris DeBurgh, Vanessa Mae, Bryn Terfel, Aled Jones, ELO Experience. They all teach and love inspiring the next generation of musicians!

Our Relaxation Concert series includes classical, folk, world, popular music and nursery rhymes performed by inspirational professional musicians. Relax, listen, sleep, enjoy some sensory fun with your babies. Concerts aim to revitalise and entertain the grown-ups as well as give your babies a new magical musical experience. Sensory elements include sound, sight, touch, including bubbles, scarves, feathers and simple baby massage techniques for you to explore with your little one at your own pace.


Adults £10.50, babies free (booking fees apply). When booking your ticket, please state the number of free children's spaces you require. Refunds are available up to 1 week before the event.


  • We have Covid-19 secure procedures in place - visit our website to read the complete risk assessment. Please don't arrive more than 5 minutes before your concert. Wearing a mask is encouraged but not complusory. No equipment is shared and rigorous cleaning takes place between concerts.
  • No need to print your tickets, just show your QR code on the door.
  • There are limited spaces in the car park or on-street parking.
  • Feel bring your own blanket and pillow.
  • Buggies can be left in the entrance area and we encourage you to put coats and bags to the side of the room.
  • There is nappy changing facilities and feel free to breastfeed.
  • You are responsible for the safety of your own children and belongings.


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