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Our final Three Choirs Plus event is on Saturday 1st August at 3pm. Allen Fisher, Poet-in-Residence to the Hereford Three Choirs Festival 2015 will be reading poems written in response to the concerts he has visited this week.

Allen Fisher is the Poet-in-Residence at the 3 Choirs in Hereford this year

25 July – 1st August 2015

Allen will visit many of the concerts in venues around the city from Purcell on day one to Verdi on day seven. During 3 Choirs week he will post notices of his research to the online 3 Choirs Plus url: and he will copy this to a Notice Board on the corner of King Street and Broad Street at the old Herefordshire Information Centre.

On Saturday at 3pm he will present his assembled thoughts and poetry at the Apple Store Gallery in Rockfield Road, off of Aylestone Hill.

Here’s the link for the reading.

 Recital by The Bridstow Quartet 25th July


Drawing and Music Workshop involving experimentation with ten different media to the music of John Frith and JS Bach 26th July

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 Poetry Evening 28th July






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