PREVIEW CONCERT: Saturday 10th October at 7.30pm
Piatti String Quartet playing Brahms, Schubert and Beethoven.
Tickets on sale (under Tickets above) price £15
PREVIEW CONCERT ANNOUNCED
PORTICO, (formerly Portaferry Presbyterian Church), our new arts and heritage centre in Portaferry is almost finished! We’re delighted to offer a chance to preview the results of the £1.5m restoration by hosting a concert with the award-winning Piatti String Quartet. Come along and them play Brahms, Schubert and Beethoven and preview the restoration work at the same time.
They are at the forefront of the UK’s young ensembles. Most recently performing (and winning) at the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition, they have performed in most of the major UK venues (including a live BBC Radio 3 broadcast from the Wigmore Hall) as well as giving concerts in Italy, Australia, Spain, Austria, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Germany and Holland. The programme in Portico will feature works by Schubert, Brahms and Beethoven.
Tickets available under TICKETS above
HELP – Benefactors and Donors Needed
Become a Benefactor and join our ever growing list of supporters who have contributed much needed cash donations as our cash flow becomes ever more challenging. If you haven’t already made a donation, please consider doing so by contacting Ros McMullin (028 4272 9718, or email@example.com) or speak to any fPPC Board member.
We have three levels of Benefactor:
1. Benefactor (up to £300)
2. Gold Benefactor (up to £1,000)
3. Platinum Benefactors (over £1,000)
All Benefactors are able to chose to be anonymous and have the option of directing their donation to a specific part of the project. Those Benefactors who wish to, will have their names recorded for posterity on a plaque that will be displayed inside PORTICO. Donations can, of course, also be made in memory of someone.
Forms and further details on menu at top of page.
WINDOW ON THE FUTURE
Catch a glimpse of the not-too-distant future for Portico – with this stunning animation.
The video offers a bird's eye view of the transformation. You can see a dramatic new entrance and luxurious landscaping, before being taken into a classically decorated interior.
Lisburn-based architectural design specialists 3DPix created this computer image of how Portico may look, after restoration work is completed.