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FESTIVAL PROGRAMME 2021

Tickets are available from 'Cover to Cover' and 'The Captain's Cabin' or by leaving a message on the Festival phone number: 01792369971

As numbers are likely to be limited we encourage you to buy your tickets in advance - as they may not be available at the door


6.30pm: Thursday 9th September

HISTORICAL WALK THROUGH OLD MUMBLES & THISTLEBOON

led by Stuart Batcup and followed by light refreshments at Mumbles Cricket Club [£8]

Meet at All Saints’ for a guided historical walk ending at the Cricket Club


10am: Sunday 12th September

FESTIVAL CHORAL EUCHARIST

Preacher: Canon Keith Evans [Vicar]

[sung by All Saints’ Church Choir]


7pm: Thursday 16th September

THE GWALIA SINGERS & ROS EVANS [Soprano]

Sandra Knight [Musical Director]

The Gwalia Singers and Ros Evans return to the Festival with a traditional and contemporary programme [£8]


10.30am: Saturday 18th September

ROCK CHOIR

Dan Rogers [Musical Director]

Singers from the world’s largest choir perform songs from the ‘biggest hit act in the UK.’ Coffee will be served from 10.30am [FREE]


7pm: Saturday 18th September

MUSICAL THEATRE EVENING

with Cockett Amateur Operatic Society Jonathan Lycett [Musical Director]

Members of the Cast and Chorus present ‘Songs from the Shows.’ [£8]


4pm: Sunday 19th September

JAMES MURRAY [Baritone] & HYWEL EVANS [Piano]

‘TEATIME RECITAL’

The ‘Singing Undertaker’ presents a mixed programme of sacred and secular songs accompanied by Hywel Evans. Tea & cake will be served from 3.30pm   [£6]


7pm: Tuesday 21st September

THE ORGANISTS ENTERTAIN

The ‘In house’ organists present a programme of classic and modern Organ Music. Featuring Hywel Evans [Director of Music], Angela Morgan [Assistant Organist], Dan Rogers [Musical Development Officer], Canon Keith Evans [Vicar] & Rob Charles   [£5]


1pm: Wednesday 22nd September

LUNCHTIME JAZZ CONCERT

Dave Cottle presents his unique one man foot tapping Jazz recital   [£8]