Friday 9th November 2018

 





Festival of Remembrance - Catterick - Friday 9th November



Venue:  Catterick Leisure Centre, Gough Road, Catterick Garrison DL9 3EL  (Near the big Tesco)



From Camp Centre Roundabout Travel towards Richmond on Richmond Road Road for a couple of hundred yards to the Traffic lights by Tesco.  Turn Left into Gough Road Road, past Tesco/Sports Direct etc. Keep going and the leisure centre is the massive building on the right.




Set up is 6.30pm at the venue.  Please try to arrive no later than 6.45pm as WAGs would like to rehearse with us at 6.50pm.



There is a room upstairs for instrument cases etc.



We do need everyone seated on stage by 7.20pm for the performance, which starts at 7.30pm.  Remember there are no curtains on stage so we will need to remain seated for the entire performance.  (There is an interval)


Uniform: usual Black. Please wear your poppy, (on the left - as does the Queen) and Alverton lapel pins as normal.



Running Order -  (as far as we know!  Please check the programme on the evening)



“March on the Standards”


Alverton Brass play


The British Legion March - as the Standards enter. - Remember to watch Garrie for when to stop!  (Probably just before ‘C’)


The National Anthem (No61 in the Red Hymn Books)


“March Off The Standards”


The British Legion March - as the standards march off.  Start at the lead into ‘C’




Alverton Brass


Famous British Marches


In Flanders Fields


Royal Air Force March Past






Daphne Clark and Thomas Gibbons


“What did you do in the War Gran?”




WAGs Choir - Led by Carol Gedye




Talk by Rob


“The Last and The Legion”



Risedale School


Sketch by the Performing Arts Dept.



Alverton Brass/Piper/WAGS Choir


Amazing Grace.


V1 Piper

V2 Piper and Band

V3/4 Piper, Band and Choir

V5 Piper




INTERVAL



Pipes and Drums of the Highlanders - Led by Colin Simpson




WW1 Singalong - Alverton Brass and WAGS


Medley of Songs from the Great War




Service of Remembrance


Hymns:  Alverton Brass


Abide with me - 5 Verses (29 - Eventide in the Red Hymn Books - Intro: Last 4 Bars)

O God Our Help In Ages Past - 6 Verses  (79  St Ann - Intro: Last 4 bars and a beat)


Last Post and Reveille - Paul



Commander of Catterick Garrison


a few words by Lt Colonel Joe Jordan




Presentation by Girl Guide and Cadet




Finalé - Proms - Alverton Brass


Fantasia on British sea Songs


Pomp and Circumstance



Raffle and Thanks



Lowering of flags and Sunset - Alverton Brass


Sunset




ALVERTON BRASS MUSIC ORDER:


The British Legion March

Famous British Marches

In Flanders Fields

Royal Air Force March Past

Amazing Grace

Medley of Songs From The Great War

Fantasia on British Sea Songs

Pomp and Circumstance

Sunset

Red Hymn Books.  61, 79, 29.