TOWNSFOLK are being invited to enjoy a popular annual concert taking place at a Bromsgrove school next month.
Bromsgrove School is holding its annual Choral Society and Sinfonia Concert, in the Routh Hall on Saturday, March 29.
The concert is being given by the school's Choral Society, which is open to anyone with a link to the school including staff members, parents, and former pupils.
This year the society is performing Handel's Messiah. The society will be supported by special guests Angela Kazimierczuk, Jeremy Kenyon, Paul Badley and William Coleman.
The Worcester Road-based school's new director of music, James McKelvey, will be conducting and leading the event.
Tickets cost £5, which are available from the school by calling 01527 579679, extension 235. Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The concert starts at 7.30pm.