‘A Summer Revue’ supporting the Geraldine Connor Foundation

The Geraldine Connor Foundation was founded in 2012 to continue the work of the inspirational musicologist, educationalist and theatre director Geraldine Connor, best known as the creator of the epic and legendary piece of music theatre, “Carnival Messiah”.

As the summer comes to close, enjoy an evening of sensational music, dance and performance at the West Yorkshire Playhouse production ‘A Summer Revue’, on the 6th and 7th September. With an amazing range of performers including students for the first GCF Summer School – a training programme inspired by Geraldine’s unique teaching methods for young artistic talent.

The young people and the tutors who have been working so hard over the past few weeks need and deserve the support, with all proceeds going straight back to the Foundation for further teaching and development for emerging performing talent!

‘A Summer Review’ – West Yorkshire Playhouse – Leeds, LS2 7UP – 6th and 7th September

You book tickets NOW here: http://www.wyp.org.uk/what%27s-on/2013/geraldine-connor-foundation-summer-review/