Worksop: Anything Goes at The Crossing

Singing group Anything Goes will perform at The Crossing in Worksop on Saturday 7th December.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 2nd December 2013, 7:22 am
Guardian Leisure
Guardian Leisure

The audience can expect a varied programme of content with a definite Christmas flavour, directed by Wales High head of music, Anthony Wright, and featuring much respected Worksop musician George Baines.

Also performing alongside the group, is the senior choir from Netherthorpe School in Staveley, conducted by headteacher Alan Senior,

Formed 11 years ago by Mr Senior, Anything Goes draws from singers from far and wide, and includes members from South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and north Notts. Their concerts have benefited many organisations in the area.

Doors open at 6.45pm for a 7.30pm start. Tickets are £8, £7 for concessions, £4 under-16s and are available from The Crossing’s welcome desk. Alternatively they are available by calling 01909 475421, emailing [email protected] or visiting

The Crossing has recently announced its first concert for 2014. Sanish concert pianist Maria Garzon will perform on 1st February. It comes just after the UK’s National Holocause Day and features music by Viktor Ullmann, composed while in a concentration camp.