Festival Church Service    tenby st marys 1 sm

A special service of sung Eucharist to celebrate the festival in the heavenly surroundings of Tenby’s medieval parish church.


St Mary’s Church
10am – 11am






Sandcastle Competition

Open to all from babes in arms to great-grandparents. Enjoy the fun and creativity of sculptures in the sands of one of Tenby’s famous beaches. Sand sculptures will be judged by the mayor of Tenby, ably assisted by Harry Gardner and Sandra Parker. Cash prizes are awarded.

2006 Sands 11
Castle Beach

11am – 2pm











Jazz Brunch


A chance to enjoy some really cool music with a delicious light meal.

Kitty’s TrioKitty


Kitty (Beverley Gough) and her trio play a mix of tailored swing and jazz – including classic jazz standards and original compositions.

From Ella Fitzgerald to Nina Simone, their repertoire is wide and engaging, yet always with a trick or two up their sleeves.






advance booking only

01 834 842 087


Heywood Spa Hotel

12 – 3pm

Booking through Heywood Spa Hotel only. Phone 01834 842087

This event is not included in the season ticket.

£20.00 pp including the Heywood Spa Hotel’s delicious 2 course lunch



interior-of-st-marys-church-tenby-pembrokeshire-wales-uk-ejk82c Cantemus

A choir made up of enthusiastic singers from all across Pembrokeshire and beyond will sing Vivaldi’s Gloria and The Choral Suite from The Armed Man by Carl Jenkins.

Those interested in joining the choir may ring Nicky Hancock on 01646 661397 for further information.

Rehearsal 12 – 2.30pm
St Mary’s Church
Performance 3 – 4.15pm
Rehearsal/participation £10.00
Audience tickets £5.00




Poetry Please

Chaired by Robert Smith


Poetry Please is an established feature of the festival. It offers an opportunity for poetry lovers to join in an exciting and stimulating session of poetry readings chosen and read by you.Bring your favourite poem along or write one of your own for the occasion.



4pm – 6pm
Church House










Trinity College Singers

A group of up and coming young singers, post graduate music students from Trinity College University of Wales in Cardiff will give a superb concert of arias, duets and choruses from favourite operas: music by composers such as Gounod, Puccini, Bizet and others. The singers will be accompanied by pianist Llyr Simon.

The quality of their singing and their presentation is not only fantastic but hugely entertaining as well.

St Mary’s Church

6.30pm – 8.30pm


Enquiries to: tenbyartsfestival@yahoo.co.uk