Chapter News

Len Rawle MBE (1938 - 2023)
Donations in memory of Len and the video of his funeral

The Rawle family has chosen for any donations you may wish to make in memory of Leonard Rawle to go to ‘Music for All’.  The charity makes the transformative power of music accessible to all, something which was massively important to Len.

Donations can be made via this link:
 
The recording of the service may be viewed on YouTube via this link:

2024 UK Young Theatre Organist Of The Year (YTOY)

It's back!  We are delighted to confirm that this important event will take place on Sunday 4th August 2024 at 2.30pm at The Musical Museum, Brentford.  We would like to thank our friends at the museum for hosting the event once again.

Further details you will find HERE.  The entry form will be posted in the near future.  


2024 Concert Programme

Len completed arrangements for our 2024 concert programme just before he passed away.  The full programme can be viewed from the Concerts/Events page.


Woking Lighting and Video Upgrade

During summer 2023 we worked with an external contractor to upgrade the Wurlitzer Hall lighting and video to modern standards.  You can read about it and see pictures of the project as it was delivered HERE.  Better still, come to one of our concerts to see the improvements first hand!


The Woking Wurlitzer on Facebook

If you are on Facebook, please search for "The Woking Wurlitzer" or if you click on this link it should take you there.  If you are a Facebook member please 'Join Group' then 'like' us and 'invite' your friends and family too.  If you are not a Facebook member you should still be able to view the page.  


Chapter Newsletter articles

We always welcome contributions to our Chapter Newsletter.  If you can help in any way, either with articles or photographs, please contact the editor, Peter Collett, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Help Needed

We need your support in the following ways:

  • Chapter trustees.  You would need to be registered as a trustee of the charity, be able to support the organisation and attend committee meetings (either in person or virtually, e.g. via Zoom).
  • Woking concert set up and take down.  We would particularly welcome local people who can regularly help with this or pop into the centre when required as none of the committee live in Surrey, let alone Woking!
  • Woking concert raffle.  Organise obtaining good quality prizes, selling tickets at the concerts, help with the draw and cash up at the end of the evening.

If you think you can help or wish to learn more then please contact one of the ATOS trustees who's details you can find HERE.