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MUSIC DAYS OUT EXHIBITION Don McCullin Tate Britain, London Until Monday 6 May Tate Britain presents a major retrospective of the legendary British photographer Sir Don McCullin. Renowned as one of Britain’s greatest living photojournalists, McCullin has captured images of conflict from around the world including Vietnam, Northern Ireland, Lebanon and Biafra. With over 250 photographs, all printed by the artist himself in his own darkroom, this exhibition is a unique opportunity to see the scope and achievements of McCullin’s career. For more info visit www.tewkesbury medievalfestival.org To view the full programme or find out about the many ways to get involved, visit 3choirs.org Three Choirs Festival Gloucester Cathedral 26 July - 3 August The Three Choirs Festival is a week-long programme of choral and orchestral concerts, as well as solo and chamber music recitals, rotating each summer between the beautiful Cheltenham Jazz Festival Various locations 1 - 6 May The Cheltenham Jazz Festival returns in 2019 with its trademark mix of the very best classic and contemporary jazz, soul, blues and pop. This year’s festival will host an array of world premieres, exclusive UK concerts, debuts from international @HQARRC English cathedral cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester. It is the oldest non- competitive classical music festival in the world, celebrating its 300th anniversary in 2015. This year’s programme includes over 70 events in and around Gloucester, with performers of all ages taking the stage alongside world- class orchestras. superstars and the best emerging talent from around the globe – as well as over 90 free events in the streets, bars and clubs of Cheltenham. Tewkesbury Medieval Festival Tewkesbury 13 – 14 July Modern-day knights in shining armour will feel at home in historic Tewkesbury – as the Gloucestershire town welcomes visitors to its impressive Medieval Festival. The event includes a re- enactment of the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury, attracting thousands of costumed enthusiasts. It’s free to visit, but expect to pay for car parking. Or you could always mount your trusty steed. Tewkesbury is just 9 miles from Imjin Barracks. For more info visit www.cheltenham festivals.com/jazz Gregory Porter (pictured), Jamie Cullum, Katie Melua, Level 42, Sergio Mendes, Abdullah Ibrahim, Curtis Stigers, James Morrison, Nubya Garcia, and Swing Out Sister are all expected to perform. And highlights will be broadcast on BBC Radio 2. Nice. Allied Rapid Reaction Corps the imjin SUMMER 2019 17