Peter and the Wolf
Available until 5 June
Prokofiev – Peter and the Wolf
St Martin’s Players
Zeb Soanes Narrator
Gabrielle Noble Conductor
How to watch the online concert
You can watch the performance as many times as you like until Friday 4 June.
Your access details will be sent to you via email, with full details of how to watch the concert.
Our thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund for supporting this concert at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
St Martin’s Players and St Martin-in-the-Fields church are closely following government guidance and each concert will adhere accordingly to the latest advice.
Dates, Times & Book
|Tue 06 Apr||10:00 AM||£5||Book|
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