Conference Centre
Agritech Business Centre


  • 26 Jun 2021
  • Ticket price £50
  • 18:30

About this event

Following our sell-out winter concerts last year, we are delighted to bring you our summer series of concerts.

Steve Moss, musical director of London’s Mary Poppins, will once again invite special guests to join him at Rothamsted Manor for an intimate evening of concerts. 

The format will be slightly adjusted to allow for the latest guidance on events and social distancing.


Drinks and snacks are available on arrival from the bar and can be enjoyed in the lounge or, if the weather allows, in our beautiful manor gardens.

The show will be held in the Great Drawing room, and the room will be set in a theatre style for up to 90 people.  Seating will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 


Doors open at 6.30pm
Performance starts at 7.30pm, and there will be an interval during the performance.
Carriages at 10pm

A fully licensed bar will be in operation, along with premium snacks.
Interval drinks may be pre-ordered on arrival. 
We accept card payments only.

The full line up of artists for the summer series of concerts is currently being confirmed and will be announced in the coming weeks.

Steve Moss – Musical Supervisor of the Rothamsted Summer Concerts

Steve will be returning to Cherry Tree Lane this year, as the Musical Director of Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre, London. The show will be reopening on August 7th. 

Steve recently finished as Musical Director on the new production of Les Misérables at the Sondheim Theatre, London, where he was the MD of the show since 2018. 

Steve was also associate Musical Director at the Gielgud Theatre, for Les Misérables: The Staged Concert. 

As Musical Director, Steve has worked on the original production of Les Misérables at the Queen’s Theatre London (2018/2019), Mary Poppins (UK Tour 2016/17), Mary Poppins (Zurich/Dubai) and Mary Poppins, and  Hear the People Sing for Jo Cox.

Steve was also associate Musical Supervisor of Mary Poppins in Japan.

As an Assistant Conductor, Steve has conducted on shows including Miss Saigon (Prince Edward) and Les Misérables (Queen’s 2012 to 2017), The Wizard of Oz (London Palladium – 3rd MD), Les Misérables (UK and international tour – 3rd MD).

Recordings include: Les Misérables (25th anniversary cast album), The Wizard of Oz cast album, Miss Saigon cast album, Miss Saigon 25th anniversary DVD and The Heat is Back On DVD; Les Miserables – The Staged Concert cast Album 2019. 

Previous shows playing clarinet, saxophone and flute include Miss Saigon, The Wizard of Oz and Privates on Parade (London), Les Misérables (UK and international tour), Funny Girl (Chichester), White Christmas, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Mary Poppins (UK tours). Steve has also depped on War Horse, Evita and Les Misérables (London), Porgy and Bess (London), Sister Act and West Side Story (UK tours).

Coronavirus and social distancing

We are proud to have earnt the industry standard ‘We’re Good to Go’ from Visit Britain.  It means we have implemented the Government’s COVID-19 guidance, understand the guidance from Public Health England and have a COVID-19 Risk Assessment in place.

If Government guidelines change, we will always adapt our procedures accordingly, but at the time of writing, the following applies:

  • Our staff wear PPE at all times
  • All visitors are required to wear face coverings, unless seated for eating or drinking
  • Hand sanitiser stations are placed throughout the venue
  • We have implemented a robust cleaning regime ensuring high touch points are cleaned after every use and rooms are cleaned down after each occupancy
  • We ensure staggered arrival, minimal cross over with other groups and minimal interaction with staff

Free parking

Follow the signs to Rothamsted Manor. Park on the grass verges, or wherever you are directed by signage or our staff.

Summer concerts at Rothamsted Manor, with Steve Moss, musical director of Mary Poppins, and special guests

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