The doors will open at 6.30 pm and the concert will start at 7 pm. There will be a short presentation about The Hunger Project before the interval.
Tea, coffee, wine and juice will be available for a small donation.
To listen to some of Nicholas Merton's work please watch the videos below:
If arriving at the Elephant and Castle by train: come into the shopping centre, turn right and once outside, go down the ramp. You will now be at the start of the New Kent Road (A201).
If arriving by tube: take the shopping centre exit, turn right round the corner to the New Kent Road.
Now you have a choice – 18-minute walk. Walk down the New Kent Road, turn right along Rodney Road for a while. Turn left into Catesby Street and immediately right into Elstead Street. Take the third left and Pembroke House is on the corner at the end of the street. (See GoogleMaps).
OR Cross the New Kent Road to the bus stop. Get a 53, 453,168 or 172 bus going down the New Kent Road. After 5 mins you will be at the East Street stop. Walk to the traffic lights, cross the road and walk down East Street. Take the second right down Beckway Street. Take a little turn left and right and Pembroke House is on the corner of Tatum Street. Total walking time from bus stop 8 minutes.
Driving: there are no parking restrictions on Saturday evenings.
'The concert was absolutely wonderful. Nicholas, your performance was delicious and delightful… and so insightful too. It has made me eager to learn more about the context of my favourite pieces. It was a terrific way to raise awareness, support and funds for The Hunger Project.'
'Thank you ever so much for your concert yesterday eve. I was very touched and inspired, loved that you, Nicholas talked about the meanings of each piece. Chrissy also, the Hunger Project seems so very interesting, thank you for sharing the information on how effective it has been'.
Barbara Kane, Artistic Director, Isadora Duncan Dance Group
'A Huge Thank You and Congratulations to Nick for his wonderful piano recital!!! Nick's skill seems very rare to me! I never personally meet anyone (up-close) who plays so wonderfully.
Thanks to You for your presentation about The Hunger Project - You made THP sound so brilliant and innovative !'
Vince Hayes - Activist from the 1980s and Investor