Ian Anderson presents Christmas with Jethro Tull Exeter Cathedral, Exeter, EX1 1HS Tue 20th December 2022 We are delighted to be hosting Christmas with Jethro Tull at Exeter Cathedral on Tuesday, 20th December at 19:30. Ian Anderson and the band perform as 'Christmas with Jethro Tull' in cathedrals across the country each year, donating the ticket sales to each cathedral for the conservation of the building.
This year the concert will feature a Christmas-themed repertoire as well as the work of Jethro Tull as written and recorded by Ian since 1968.
When is the Concert? Tuesday, 20th December at 19:30 Doors open at 18:45
Ticket Information Tickets £45-£20, and £12 for students (south aisles only). Available from 01392 285983 (Monday to Friday) or online.
Tickets Premium Nave - £45 Tickets Middle Nave - £37 Tickets Rear Nave - £30 Tickets Premium Unreserved Side Aisle with limited view - £30 Tickets Unreserved Side Aisle with limited view - £20 All seats reserved with the exception of the side aisle seats.
And who comes here to wish me well? A sweetly-scented angel fell, She laid her head upon my disbelief, And bathed me with her ever-smile.
Video by Richard Wyatt Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson talks about his forthcoming Christmas concert at Bath Abbey
A deranged flamingo. That was one description l came across of a musician and composer who was also once described as the best one-legged flute player in the world! I am talking about Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson of course. With 60 million albums worldwide to his credit and a long career that has included an MBE awarded for his services to music, he's now bringing a group of talented musicians with him to do a fundraising Christmas concert at Bath Abbey on December 12th. Through the wonders of Zoom, l was able to ask him how unusual was it for him to perform in a church. [Buy tickets via bathboxoffice.org.uk/whats-on...] A selection of Jethro Tull Christmas winter-related repertoire with a mix of classical music and re-worked Christmas carols. The Bath Abbey Choir and Huw Williams on the Abbey Organ will accompany.
The annual Jethro Tull/Ian Anderson Christmas Concert last night. This year it was at the rather lovely Bath Abbey, which thanks to Bath’s thermal springs is probably the warmest winter church I’ve ever been in. Very welcome during this cold snap we’re having. As usual Marc Almond joined the band, but not as usual so did Stephen Mangan, who seemed like a top chap, all smiles and relaxed chat with various audience members. Also present was Ian’s son-in-law Andrew Lincoln, who I’m here to tell you is a very dashing-looking man in real life.
Images and review by Dave Boyd Video Fb LINK Thought people might like to see some photos and video of the gig in Gloucester cathedral last night. It was a fantastic performance, Ian was on good form and I particularly enjoyed the guests. I would never have guessed the first one! I won't post the name in case he (or she) is a guest at other cathedral gigs. There is a photo of the second guest here, look away now if you don't want to know. The heating in the cathedral was broken and it was cold, with a capital F. Band did really well despite that, as did the choristers. Magical night!
Jethro Tull Christmas Concert- Locomotive Breath live Exeter Cathedral 2022
Ian Anderson supports many of the UK Cathedrals this time of year, this was Exeter 2022. His charitable donations of putting on these events and contributions raised go towards projects such as 'new toilets' at the Cathedral. Clip featuring the wonderful Rev. George Pitcher. Guest - Seth Lakeman on violin
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char1: I just spotted another US date posted on jethrotull.com/tour-dates!!!! The Ravina Festival in Highland Park, Il. on August 6, 2023!! Too far from me, but AM going to Wolftrap on 8/24!! Hope he hits another VA. or perhaps NC. venue as he has in the past!
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char1: Another US date: September 30 at the Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA!!
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char1: Thanks so much JTULL007!!
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char1: I received the: Record Collector Presents Jethro Tull" from the UK a few weeks ago..(I live in Virginia, USA) I absolutely love it!! So worth the $$! Will see him at Wolftrap, Vienna, VA next month!!
Jul 23, 2023 23:44:10 GMT
JTull 007: Well done Char1 !!! I wanted to see them again this year but it may turn out in Rocky Mount Virginia with Martin Barre. Have a GREAT TIME @ Wolf Trap
Jul 24, 2023 0:12:45 GMT
char1: Does anyone know how John is and is he able to play in the US now?? Thanks
Aug 19, 2023 17:31:25 GMT
JTull 007: John O'Hara was here for 2 shows so far. He must be relieved to be on the road again. No info about his temporary absence.
Aug 20, 2023 16:11:55 GMT
char1: Thanks JT!!! I was supposed to go to Wolftrap this week, but am too sick!! Very disappointed!!!
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JTull 007: I hope you can recover soon. Temperatures could be very hot this week and outdoor venues can sometimes be overwhelmed.
Aug 20, 2023 17:28:06 GMT
shiney: anyone see Tull at Sunderland Top Rank 1972? Sure Ian Anderson said they were there for the promoter and he played Thick As Brick intro and Painter first time live...saw them Bay Hotel first time Whitburn 1969. anyone else?
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salmon23: I have 8 cassettes tapes and a book Jethro Tull complete lyrics , need to off load my Dad passed away , few other items but haven’t found the time , this would be a start .
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