Church attendance might not be what it once was, but this is one event certain to get people through the door.
The celebrated Kingston Choral Society will bring together melodious waltzes and hilarious nonsense verse to fill St Andrew's Church in Surbiton.
Brahms' Liebeslieder waltzes will meet Mervyn Peake's Of Pygmies, Palms and Pirates in an evening of piano duets and the choral work the society is famed for.
And there is the added bonus of wine, available at the interval.
Pianists Leanne Singh-Levett and Gavin Roberts will take the stage, with conductor Andrew Griffiths overseeing proceedings.
Kingston Choral Society's summer concert; St Andrew's Church, Maple Road, Surbiton; June 28, 7.30pm; tickets £5-13; call 020 8977 4801 or visit kingstonchoralsociety.org/kcs.