© Music @ The Crossing 2016

Web Master Joseph. T. Gray

The Crossing Church & Centre is one of North Nottinghamshire’s top public concert halls within which the Music @ The Crossing programme offers high quality – mainly classical – performances to suit a variety of tastes.


Based in the heart of Worksop, this magnificent building opened in 2006 and offers a 350 seat audience capacity and deliberately-planned excellent musical acoustics. There are superb facilities for musicians, a concert grand piano, a recital-standard organ and ample performance space for large choirs, bands and orchestras. All of these are set within beautiful, contemporary and well-equipped surroundings.


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NEXT CONCERTS OF THE CROSSING’s 10th ANNIVERSARY YEAR


Saturday 14th May, 7.30 heralds the arrival of Doncaster Youth Jazz Orchestra (DYJO) directed by John Ellis MBE. Energy, enthusiasm and extreme musical talent combine as we hear the ‘Music of the Masters’ (Rich, Ellington, Basie etc) plus original orchestrations.

All Adult tickets £10, Under 16s £5.


Saturday 25th June, 7.30 With a programme called ‘FAURÉ & FAVOURITES’ (from the beautiful REQUIEM to the light classics of Henry Mancini, Labi Siffre and Bette Midler etc), we welcome the superb ‘Anything Goes’ singers and special guests Wales High School Barbershop Choir.  A-G was first formed by Alan Senior and comprises singers drawn from North Notts, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire. Anthony Wright directs both groups.

All adult tickets £8, £4 Under 16s £5.


Saturday 23rd July, 7.30. Making a first visit to The Crossing are ‘Troubadores’, (drawn from the Sheffield-based Dore G & S Society – hence the spelling of ‘TroubaDORES’!). Light, fun, quality music. All tickets £8.


Tickets are at The Crossing’s Welcome Desk at least a month before a concert or can be pre-ordered from 01909 475421 or by email to info@musicatthecrossing.co.uk

Doors open at 6.45 for all 7.30pm concerts and the nearest public car park is in the one-way Queen Street (S80 2AN, free of charge after 4pm).