Tenby Arts Festival 2018
will start on Saturday 22nd September
For as Long as Forever Is
A celebration of the life and work of Dylan Thomas by Mark Lewis,
read by an enthusiastic team of Dylan fans (see left)
6 – 7pm
Tenby’s very own traditional Welsh choir, ever popular with festival goers, returns again this year with a sparkling concert to delight all music fans.
Tenby, a small picturesque town in South Pembrokeshire, is not only a tourist town but an enthusiastic community spirited town. One of the superior community organisations in my opinion, is of course, Tenby Male Choir, who in their 40 years of existence have carried the name of Tenby far and wide.
The choir are tremendous ambassadors for the town, and this has been recognised by virtue of the fact that it is one of only four organisations granted the use of the town’s Coat of Arms by the Town Council. The choir has also recently been honoured by the Mayor and Town Council with a certificate acknowledging its service to the community.
Founded in 1975, Tenby Male Choir has, over the past 40 years, grown from strength to strength not just in chorister numbers but also in it’s musical reputation under the guiding light of our Music Director Ian Williams [affectionately know as “Wilbur”] and our accompanist Jill Williams [no relation]. Today, as a well-established Male Voice Choir in West Wales, at 50 choristers strong, the choir prides itself on the professional reputation that it has grown “From the Heart of Pembrokeshire.
St Mary’s Church
8 – 9.30pm
Enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org