Fair Lady of Film
by Josephine Hammond
A talk about Audrey Hepburn.
A screening of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
The Kanneh-Mason family are no strangers to the festival, the phenomenally talented cellist Sheku (BBC Young Musician 2016) having first come to Tenby in 2014 on competing successfully at the prestigious Gregynog competition earlier that year (in relation to Gregynog, see ‘Rising Stars’ concert details, Saturday 30th September). Sheku was joined by his amazingly gifted siblings – Isata, Braimah, Jeneba, Konya and Aminata – at festival concerts in 2015 and again last year.
This year the festival is focusing on the outstanding talents of the younger family members, Konya, Jeneba and Aminata. They will give a dazzling concert – playing both individually and together – of music by, amongst others, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Chopin.
Last year the Kanneh-Mason concert was packed out. Don’t miss the family’s 2017 Tenby concert. Visit the box office for tickets at the earliest opportunity !
St Mary’s Church
PINT-SIZED PLAYS ARE BACK AGAIN FOR ANOTHER ROUND!
Short (5-10 minutes) snappy plays that are performed free of charge in pubs around Tenby. They are winners of an international playwriting competition that attracts hundreds of entries every year. Some will make you think, some will make you chuckle, many are just downright hilarious. This extremely popular entertainment is now a regular part of the Festival and always surprises the audiences who appreciate the quirky subjects and amusing performances whilst having a convivial drink. Come early, get them in, sit back and enjoy!
7.30pm 5 Arches, St George Street
8.30pm The Cove, High Street
9.30pm The Buccaneer, St Julian Street
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