Artshappenings

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Artshappenings


CLASSICAL / THE HALLE CHRISTMAS CONCERTS Embracing the Yuletide spirit with typical gusto, The Halle's diary this week includes a number of enticing concerts: Stephen Bell conducts a Christmas Sing- along with the Halle Youth Training Choir (Dec 18), Jamie Phillips presides over the Halle Children's Choir (December 19), and there's three chances to enjoy a special Carol Concert with Stephen Bell and the Halle Choir, Youth Choir and Children's Choir (December 19 & 20).

Bridgewater Hall / bridgewater-hall.co.uk / 0161 907 9000 / December 18-20 / Pounds 12-Pounds 42. .

CLASSICAL / SALFORD CHORAL SOCIETY For classical fans, the festive season can mean only one thing: a chance to enjoy Handel's greatest and most popular choral masterpiece Messiah. And you surely won't hear many better renditions than this latest SCS outing featuring conductor Eugene Monteith and the Northern Baroque Sinfonia.

Royal Northern College Of Music / rncm.ac.uk / 0161 907 5200 / Saturday, December 19,. . 7.30pm / Pounds 17 SPOKEN WORD / EVIDENTLY A terrific line-up of guests as spoken word fest Evidently hosts its final session of the year. Headline act JB Barrington, pictured, is joined by Jack Smurf, Kieran King and a host of open mic talent. …

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