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Mediaeval Baebes
Jim Marshall Auditorium

Mediaeval Baebes


The classical chart-topping choir will be weaving its story-telling magic once again this Christmas.  Traditionally a time for reflection and celebration, the tickets for this remarkable evening of music, dance and theatre.

Accompanied by a dazzling array of exotic and period instruments; carols, traditional folksongs, and innovative settings of ancient and romantic poetry will be revealed in a spirited performance of beguiling choral music. The Baebes will be premiering new arrangements from a brand new Christmas album due to be released this year.

When a group of friends broke into a graveyard over 25 years ago to sing mediæval songs and make merry; no one could have predicted the epic journey they were embarking on.  Over a quarter of a century later, the Mediaeval Baebes have released 10 studio albums and won an Ivor Novella Award for their performance on the BBC serialization ‘The Virgin Queen.’  They have also received 2 Emmy nominations, and a Royal Television Society award alongside composer Martin Phipps, for their soundtrack to ITV’s hit period drama, ‘Victoria.’

Established as one of the most successful female-led, early music and folk ensembles in Europe; lush, ethereal harmonies will transport the listener through a myriad of ancient and forgotten languages.

Come join the Mediaeval Baebes, as they beguile and uplift their audiences once again with a glorious Christmas time celebration.

Ticket fee information

All ticket prices on this website are published inclusive of booking fees. For tickets up to and including £10, a fee of £1 per ticket will be charged. For tickets between £10.01 and £15, a fee of £1.50 per ticket will be charged. For tickets between £15.01 and £25, a fee of £2.50 per ticket will be charged. For tickets over £25, a fee of £3.50 per ticket will be charged. Should an event be cancelled, or rescheduled to a new date that you cannot attend, The Stables will refund the ticket price portion of the amount originally paid only.

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