Peter Snipp brings his tribute to the “Man with the Golden Voice” to the Festival with this special performance at the Murchfield Community Centre. Described as “one of the most underrated pop vocalists of the ‘60s, Matt Monro possessed the easiest, most perfect baritone in the business” - join us on Wednesday afternoon to find out just want this means.
The Crown Inn, Keston, is set in a beautiful rural location but it's only a 10-minute drive from bustling Bromley and the historic town of Westerham.
In winter, a double-aspect log fire provides a snug atmosphere, and in summer, families can enjoy the huge beer garden, complete with children’s play area and even a petting farm for the children. Inside, there is a separate restaurant and even private dining. We have Live music on Saturday evenings for the music lovers in you.
We cater for the small intimate dining experience and also weddings and parties of all sizes.
Keston and the Crown Inn are both steeped in history; Keston is very near Biggin Hill Airport, a base for Spitfires during World War Two; and in 1896, following a fatal accident in the local chalk mine, the body of the unfortunate miner was brought to the Crown Inn for an inquest. It's said that his spirit still haunts the pub today...
Sing! Bromley in concert with Langley Community Choir and Peter Snipp
A wonderful evening of choir music - featuring the LPSB Community Choir, BYMT’s Sing! Bromley and guest singer, Peter Snipp. Programme includes:
Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates
The History Of Western Music
Rodgers &?Hammerstein Medley
Long and Winding Road
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
If I Ruled the World
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Another chance to see Peter Snipp's show dedicated to the wonderful Matt Monro.
“Memories of Matt Munro”. Remember Born Free, Softly as I leave you, Portrait of my love, Strangers in the Night?
Come and hear them again from the mellow voice of Peter Snipp. His singing career includes performances at Glyndebourne, Covent Garden and Opera North. Peter also tells us the story of Matt Munro’s life with much humour thrown in.