The Big Event – NHS Celebration Concert
Saturday 20th November 2021 – 7pm
New Bury Theatre, Hurstpierpoint College, College Lane
Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex, BN6 9JS
We are all grateful to the NHS Staff and Health and Care workers for looking after the Mid Sussex community during the Coronavirus pandemic. As a ‘Thank You’, Coro Nuovo – the leading Mid Sussex not-for-profit choir – will be performing a fantastic concert on Saturday 20th November 2021 at 7pm.Hurstpierpoint College have kindly provided their New Bury Theatre as the concert venue. The choir, guest singers and musicians will be performing a wide range of music – something for everyone!
NHS Staff and Health and Care workers who are working and/or living in the Mid Sussex are eligible for FREE tickets (2 per person). The free tickets for NHS Staff and Health and Care workers can be booked using the online form above.
The sale of general public tickets can also be booked using the online form above. Any concert profits will go to the local NHS and Mid Sussex charities who are helping those affected by Covid.
Coro Nuovo is particularly grateful to all of the concert sponsors including Mid Sussex District Council who are providing a Covid-19 Recovery Grant for this event.
If you have any problems with using this page to buy tickets, try this link instead: https://nhs-celebration-concert.eventbrite.co.uk
For Coro Nuovo’s ticket sales terms and conditions click here.
At this stage we do not know what (if any) Covid-19 regulations and guidance will apply at the time of the concert. By ordering concert tickets you agree to comply with any applicable Covid-19 regulations and guidance that are required on the 20th November.
As the aim of this concert is to support NHS and Mid Sussex charities who are helping those affected by Covid-19, we regret we cannot offer any refunds unless the concert is cancelled.
The concert will include two of the Sussex Young Musician of the Year Finalists. Leo Popplewell (Cello) was the winner of the competition in 2019 and Maria Luc (Piano) who was a finalist in both 2019 and 2021.