MelodyTimes concerts are friendly events packed with music for all to enjoy, where like minded people gather for evenings of fabulous live music performed by top players from all around the UK. If you enjoy the music of André Rieu, Glenn Miller, James Last, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, and the 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s, these concerts are for you!
We meet at 7.15pm on the last Wednesday of each month (except January, February and March) at:The Jubilee Hall, Elmer Road, Middleton-on-Sea, Bognor Regis, PO22 6JA. (See notes regarding postcode in directions)Doors normally open a half an hour before the concert starts.Admission is £8.00 per person, including complimentary tea or coffee at the interval, and is payable in cash on the door.If you have any queries or would like more information about our Bognor Regis concerts, please e-mail email@example.com or Telephone Laurie on 01903 715 764Sue on 01243 824 070 or Michael on 07748 113 975.
The Jubilee Hall Car Park in Middleton-On-Sea is accessed from Shrubbs Drive, a turning south off of Elmer Road, with the medical group building on the corner (more or less opposite a Lloyds Pharmacy). If using a SatNav, enter PO22 7SR, as, using the official hall postcode above would probably take you to the wrong place! Having turned in to Shrubbs Drive, turn immediately left into the car park, and then the Jubilee Hall is at the far end.
2022Wednesday 27th July at 7.15pm - The King of Korg! An engaging evening with this fabulous keyboard entertainer, including lots of popular music, plus some popular songs from Korg’s top UK Demonstrator, PETE SHAWWednesday 31st August at 7.15pm - The Queen of the Keys, JOANNE POWELL, with a wide mix of music to suit all tastes
Bognor Regis MelodyTimes started life in the 1977 as the Regis Organ & Keyboard Club. It has a long tradition of providing entertainment of the highest quality, plus has quite a lot of members who play well themselves, often playing an annual concert night and also meeting with one another between events to share company and music.Following the sad passing of one of the leading lights of the group, organist John Scott, Michael Wooldridge stepped in to keep the concert nights going and, following a publicity drive, it has been rewarding to see an upturn in audience numbers over the last couple of years.