WOKING Symphony Orchestra is returning to the town for their upcoming summer concert.

For the first time since the closure of the HG Wells venue, the orchestra will be playing in Woking again at their final concert of the season in June.

The programme is set to include Vaughan Williams’s stunning string work Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, Tchaikovsky’s exhilerating violin concerto with soloist Emma Lisney, and Sibelius’s magnificent fifth symphony

“It promises to be an electrifying evening,” said the orchestra’s Lucy Parr.

Woking Symphony Orchestra’s summer concert is at 7.30pm on Saturday 17 June at the Welcome Church in Woking.

Tickets are £14 for adults, £5 for students, and are available online at www.wokingso.org.uk or on the door (subject to availability).

The WSO was formed in 1897 and is one of Surrey’s leading orchestras. For more than a century it has offered music lovers the opportunity to enjoy live performances of great orchestral music locally. It has more than 60 members who meet weekly to play a rewarding and varied repertoire and is conducted by Roy Stratford.