Start Again

A song cycle  to celebrate human rights

3 and 4 March 2017, Doors 7.30pm

Start Again

A song cycle celebrating Human Rights
Lyrics- Adrian Mitchell
Music - Pete Moser

Start Again will feature soloists Tyndale Thomas, Sasha Mitchell and Emma Williams. They will sing with an all-star band, a community choir and a children’s choir. You can be part of the community choir, more info here.

Adrian Mitchell was a poet who wrote with humour, compassion and righteous anger at the state of the world. This piece tells stories about people and places including Back in the Playground Blues, The Boy who Danced with a Tank and the Woman of Hiroshima. You will also hear songs that bring us together in solidarity, People Walking and the Old President, and point to a positive future.

First performed in 1998 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, More Music is proud to revive this powerful piece. This will be a great evening of songs to affirm your belief in humanity.

If you would like to sing in the choir please contact

Booking Information

Tickets cost £10 (£6 concessions).

They can be bought in three ways:

  • ONLINE - via this webpage, click on Book.
  • BY PHONE - Call More Music on 01524 831997 or Morecambe Visitor Information Centre on 01524 582808.
  • IN PERSON - At More Music or Morecambe Visitor Information Centre.

HALF PRICE TICKETS FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS - There are 20 half price tickets available for West End residents with LA3 or LA4 postcodes (Half price of the full on-the-door price). Proof of address needed.



(£6 concessions)