During the last couple of months musicians from Manchester Camerata have been running music and drama sessions for older people in the community at Stalybridge Celtic's Bower fold ground.
They will be creating an exciting new music theatre piece about identity, belonging and community.
During the six workshops the musicians have explored aspects of their own identities and those of othersand have also included experimented with percussion instruments from around the world.
The group at Stalybridge are joining three other groups from Ashton, Hyde and Droylsden to perform at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester on Saturday 26th September. The pre-concert event is free to attend and starts at 6.30 pm.
The performance will begin with a set of closed boxes packed up onstage, which represent how the participants might feel in society. As the boxes and the participants open up, they will take the audience on a musical journey and opportunities begin to unfold.
contact 0161-226-8696 or visit www.manchestercamerata.co.uk for more details