Enjoy the sounds of the past echo in the present



Oliver Cromwell House in Ely is set to be the centre of baroque music this Sunday (3 March).

Aurora (Maria Sanger, recorders & Dawn Johnston, theorbo and baroque guitar) are returning to the atmospheric surroundings of the Tithe Office at the House in Ely to present a feast of English dance music from Cromwell's time.

There will be two concerts at 2pm and 3pm and with tickets just £10 advanced booking is essential.

Tracey Harding, Tourism & Town Centres Team Leader at East Cambridgeshire District Council, said: "There is something magical about hearing the baroque music in the home of Oliver Cromwell. Aurora are a fantastic duo who have graced the House before and such was the acclaim which greeted their performance, we are delighted they are coming back. Tickets have been selling fast so to make sure you don’t miss out on this wonderful experience please get in touch without delay."

For booking contact the Tourist Information Centre on 01353 662062, email: tic@eastcambs.gov.uk or visit www.visitely.org.uk.