Patron News: Brachers return as headline sponsor for Leeds Castle Classical Concert 40th Anniversary

Posted on Thursday 11th January, 2018 by

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Brachers return as headline sponsor for Leeds Castle Classical Concert 40th anniversary | Brachers Law.

Brachers will be returning to sponsor the iconic Leeds Castle Classical Concert event, which celebrates its 40th anniversary next year on Saturday 14th July.

This year’s 40th anniversary concert will include an inspiring outdoor programme and once again offer a fantastic line-up of performances, including the world famous Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by John Rigby. To celebrate the event’s 40th anniversary, there are plans for a special medley from the pop charts of 1978 and guests from the first ever concert held in 1978 will be welcomed back in front row seats.

Joanna Worby, Managing Partner at Brachers, said:

“We are very pleased and proud to be able to extend our sponsorship for another year. The concert is the highlight of the outdoor entertainment calendar in Kent with many of our clients being fans.

We are pleased to be headline sponsors and we are looking forward to joining the thousands of spectators on the day.”

joanna-worbyAside from the sensational performances on the stage, in the skies there will be a jaw-dropping display by the Aero Legends in a 1940’s Spitfire and the evening will end in style with a stunning fireworks finale, all against the incomparable backdrop of Leeds Castle.

The concert welcomes back the Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) as their chosen charity. They attended this year with their ½ scale Spitfire which was a big hit with the crowd whose generosity helped them raise over £6,000. RAFA will be celebrating their 100th anniversary so it’s sure to be a memorable year for them too.

Please visit the Leeds Castle Classical Concert for tickets and more information including the fabulous Celebration Concert Packages.

Joanna Worby
Managing Partner
T: 01622 680414
joannaworby@brachers.co.uk

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