26th March 2023 10:40 am
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Parliament Choir in Rome
Time: 21:00Date: Saturday 29 April 2023Location: Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls The Parliament Choir and Southbank Sinfonia present Edward Elgar’s oratorio ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ Join the Parliament Choir for this amazing concert in the Papal Basilica of St Pauls outside the Walls in Rome on Saturday 29 April. Tickets are free but…
Parliament Choir Concert in London
Edward Elgar’s oratorio ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ Time: 6:30pmDate: Saturday 22 April 2022Location: St. John’s Smith Square, Westminster, SW1Tickets: click here The Parliament Choir and Southbank Sinfonia present Edward Elgar’s oratorio ‘The Dream of Gerontius’ The Parliament Choir welcomes as a member anyone who works at the UK Parliament – Members, their staff, and parliamentary…
Members Staff Induction
Welcome to Parliament. The new joiner induction sessions are now available to book via the ACT portal if you have a new joiner in your office, please share with them. Time: 10:00 – 11:30Date: Tuesday 4 April 2023Location: Online via MS TeamsBooking: https://parliament.learningpool.com/mod/facetoface/view.php?id=3240 Time: 10:00 – 11:30Date: Tuesday 2 May 2023Location: Online via MS TeamsBooking:…
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