WEEK ONE

Thursday 8th September

S’amuse bouche! – Gala with culinary surprise

18.00 - 19.00
Church Patio Garden

Inspired bite-sized treats competitively created from a given collection of ingredients – impress our judges & Gala guests.

 

Entry fee TBC

 

SpeakEasy
 

19.22 - 21.30
 

Inspired bite-sized treats competitively created from a given collection of ingredients. Impress our judges & guests.


£30 including food & live music
 

 

Friday 9th September

Art & Craft displays Launch Reception
 

18.30 - 19.30
Parish Room 
 

Anthony Krikhaar

Christchurch and Holy Trinity Federation

Work on sale by arrangement with the artists

FREE  - Donation welcome

10th - 18th September

Arts & Crafts displays
From 10.00
Parish Room & Church

Christchurch & Holy Trinity Federation

Work on sale by arrangement with the artists

FREE  - Donation welcome

10th - 11th and 17th - 18th

Pop-up Tea Shop

11.00 - 17.00
Patio Garden

Best value morning coffee and afternoon tea treats in Chelsea in our beautiful award-winning Patio Garden

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Refreshment by donation

Saturday 10th September

Guided Tours of Holy Trinity Sloane Square 

10.00

11.15

12.00

14.00

14.45

Saturday 10th September

Organ Recital
13.00 - 13.45
Church

 

Max Barley, Director of Music HTSS

Following the theme of the Festival – apprentice and master – Max showcases the Holy Trinity Organ with music including composers Charles Villiers Stanford and John Ireland.

FREE - Suggested minimum donation £5

Saturday 10th September

The Creator Within - Young artists
14.00 - 16.00
Church

Prasad Beavan, Gabriel Chaim & Lucy Thomasin Morrish demonstrate their considerable developing arts & crafts skills as students of The Prince’s School

 

FREE  - Donation welcome

Saturday 10th September

Song Recital
16.30 - 17.15
Church

Baritone Johannes Moore pianist Max Bilbe

Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel in the 150th anniversary year of the composer’s birth, alongside George Butterworth’s setting of A.E. Housman’s A Shropshire Lad.

FREE - Suggested minimum donation £5

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Saturday 10th September

William Morris’ Utopian Design
18.00 - 19.00
Church

Michael Robertson – Trustee Wm Morris Society & Hon Research Fellow Birkbeck, Univ of London Illustrated talk considering how Morris’ designs point the way towards a better future

£10

Sunday 11th September

Eucharist
11:00
Church

Our theme of the Creator within us all

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Sunday 11th September

Flute and Organ Recital
13.00 - 13.45
Daniel Shao – flute Max Barley – organ

A programme of music for the beautiful and unusual combination of flute and organ, including works by members of the Bach family

FREE - Suggested minimum donation £5

Sunday 11th September

Guided Tours of Holy Trinity Sloane Square 

14.00 - 16.00

Sunday 11th September

Come and Sing Rehearsal > Evensong
Rehearsal 16.00
Service 18.00

Church

All are invited to come and sing a traditional Anglican choral evensong, led by Max Barley. Evensong first-timers are much encouraged, not least in the spirit of apprenticeship - learning of new skills. The setting will be Stanford in C, the introit by contemporary composer, Cecilia McDowall, and the anthem Wesley’s Blessed be the God and Father. To register to sing, please email Max at music@sloanechurch.org

FREE  - Donation welcome

Sunday 11th September

Book Launch:
New History of Holy Trinity Peyton Skipwith
17.15 - 17.45
Church

Peyton Skipwith in conversation with Richard Chartres; books on sale and book-signing

FREE  - Donation welcome

Throughout the Festival Week

A beautiful new collection of merchandise designed by Cressida Bell

Grand-daughter of Bloomsbury Circle artist, Vanessa Bell – featuring aspects of Holy Trinity’s arts and crafts will be on sale throughout the Festival.