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Shows, Concerts and Festivals
Tuesday 28 July 2015 - 15:00

The world-famous Morriston Orpheus Male Voice Choir will be visiting Amiens on Tuesday 28th July to perform a free open-to-all concert in the Cathedral at 3pm.  Visitors will be welcome to attend the concert and there is no need to request tickets, just show up on the day.

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From Friday 2 June 2017 to Sunday 4 June 2017

Cartoon strips have long adopted the theme of the Great War, which still today continues to inspire authors of the 8th art through its diverse nature: heroic stories, denunciation of the horror, the fate of extraordinary men and unknown soldiers, forgotten stories.

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Shows, Concerts and Festivals
From Sunday 19 April 2015 - 08h00 to Sunday 26 April 2015 - 17h00
From 19 to 26 Avril : Australia Week - Villers-Bretonneux
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Shows, Concerts and Festivals
From Saturday 27 September 2014 - 20h00 to Wednesday 1 October 2014 - 15h15

As part of a tour of remembrance of the Western Front, the Franco -Australian Canberra Lycée ( " Telopea Park School " ) Orchestra will be giving a series of concerts throughout the Somme.
 
Dates to remember:

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From Saturday 15 November 2014 to Thursday 27 November 2014

Poems from the Anthology "Poets of the Great War", arranged by Jacques Béal, are performed by a narrator with an English string quartet and a British tenor who were brought together during the Brighton Festival Chorus.

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Sunday 24 August 2014 - From 15h30 to 17h00

L'Historial de la Grande Guerre de Péronne vous invite le dimanche 24 août prochain à l'occasion d'un café concert animé par les Dixieland Combo Jazz.

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Monday 18 August 2014 - From 14h00 to 16h00

The South Wales Male Voice Choir will be performing at the Amiens Cathedral on Monday 18th August, at 2pm, to thank the people of the Somme for the help and hospitality shown towards visitors coming to the battlefields in remembrance of the men who fought and died here during the First World War.

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