Night of music and poetry comes to Kenilworth

By Emilie Lauren Jones

21st Oct 2022 | Local Features

Zenith Harmony singers join Coventry Poet Laureate, Emilie Lauren Jones (right) in rehearsal for Songs for the Soul
Zenith Harmony singers join Coventry Poet Laureate, Emilie Lauren Jones (right) in rehearsal for Songs for the Soul

An entertaining evening is promised to when a cappella singers Zenith Harmony, Coventry's Poet Laureate Emilie Lauren Jones and guitarist and singer Bruce Hobbs come together to perform 'Songs for the Soul'.

The night of poetry and music will take place at Abbey Hill United Reformed Church on Saturday 29 October 2022 at 7pm.

Andy Jones, musical director of Zenith Harmony said: "We love rehearsing in this church and it's great to be bringing our unique style of singing to Kenilworth audiences.

"The programme includes some much-loved pieces, including Somewhere Over the Rainbow, You Raise Me Up and Moon River."

While there are solo spots from each of the acts, there will also be moments where guitar, vocals and spoken word intertwine.

This is the first time the acts have worked together and the result "is not to be missed". 

Susan Derwent, a member of the fundraising group at Abbey Hill URC said: "We are delighted that our good friends, Emilie Lauren Jones and Zenith Harmony, have agreed to create this unique evening of entertainment for us and are looking forward to welcoming lots of people to what promises to be a very enjoyable evening.

"We are very grateful that they are helping us to raise much needed funds towards the cost of refurbishing the windows in the School Room behind the church."

Tickets are £10 each (includes nibbles and a drink) and can be bought on the door or in advance from Kenilworth Books or Susan Derwent: [email protected]


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