John Williams & John Etheridge
2 guitarists extraordinaire
A performance talk from one of Britain’s most accomplished operatic baritones
A Cottage on Dartmoor
We are Bronte
A Night of Shining Talents
Anna Batson & Friends
A café style evening, combining different instruments to take you on a voyage of musical discovery
The Children’s Poet
Rebekka Hartmann & Caroline Bergius
A concert from two Internationally renowned Classical musicians on the violin & harpsichord
Calstock Roman Fort
A talk by landscape archaeologist, Chris Smart
The Landulph Festival 2017 events are now confirmed and tickets are on sale. This year’s festival will again be held over a number of weekends in October with lots of exciting events to suit many different musical tastes and something for all ages.
All events will be taking place in Landulph, situated in the beautiful Tamar Valley on the border between West Devon and East Cornwall. This is a small vibrant friendly village off the beaten track, yet only 20 minutes from the big city lights of Plymouth. The concert hall venue has stunning views down to the river which adds a special feeling to the concerts especially with a glass of wine in hand from our fully licensed bar! The venue is easily accessible from A388 between Saltash and Callington ideally situated less than 30 minutes from Tavistock, Liskeard, Launceston, Looe and St Germans.
Tickets are available for purchase online or at the box office to individual events – simply choose from our Programme, or we offer a Season Ticket which gives access to as many events are you wish to attend all, or indeed all of them.
We also depend on our Festival Friends to support us and would welcome those wishing to join.
Artists: if you are interested in being considered for a performance, please do contact us. We are always open to both traditional and the more unusual!
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Pictures from previous festivals