Mentored by guitar giants Julian Bream and John Williams, we are excited to welcome Andrey Lebedev, classical guitarist, and Bartosz Glowacki, accordionist extraordinaire to the Landulph Festival.
The Australian-Russian Andrey Lebedev is on a mission to redefine the relationship of the guitar to the classical mainstream. You can listen to him play here.
Hailing from Poland, Bartosz has performed as a soloist in prestigious concert halls including the Wigmore Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, the Barbican, the Royal Albert Hall. You can listen to him play here.
Six seasoned musicians with tight four-part harmony vocals and a token Cornishman! With a relaxed and light-hearted presentation style, they take the audience on a journey through the history and culture of Cornwall, featuring their own arrangements of traditional and contemporary songs, as well as some original material. Interspersed with the occasional pop cover to lighten the mood when required, there is no mistaking that to a man, they love their county with a passion.
Check out a few taster clips here: first video, second video, third video.
“If you get the chance to see these guys in concert then take it, you will not be disappointed”
The Festival Committee is looking forward to welcoming you to a range of exciting new events and experiences at Landulph Memorial Hall this October 2021. Please take a moment to review what the team has put in place to keep you safe and to ensure that you and your family and friends have a great time.
All information may change according to government updates. Please check back here on the day of performances to check that you have the most up to date information.
Before you visit:
• Please check that you have no COVID-19 symptoms. Do not attend it you have any symptoms.
• You may wish to take a Covid19 test and bring a face mask.
During your visit:
• Audience capacity to all events has been reviewed to limit numbers: be aware of those around you and maintain space where possible.
• You may choose to wear a face mask during the performance or in busier areas.
Hall ventilation: Key windows & door will be opened whenever possible to introduce and circulate fresh air.
Enhanced cleaning: Common contact surfaces and toilet facilities will be cleaned before each performance.
Hand hygiene: Please use the hand sanitiser stations at strategic points.
Contactless payment: We encourage contactless payment in the bar to minimise contact.
Our team is there to help: Members of the committee are always on hand during your visit to provide guidance. If you have any questions or feedback on your experience, don’t hesitate to chat with one of us.
This year’s Landulph Festival includes an art exhibition on the topic of the River Tamar.
We are now inviting applications for inclusion of photographs. To be considered, please bring A4 size photographs, mounted if possible, to the Rectory room on Sunday, 25 September from 10am to 4pm.
For more information, please contact Jackie Ensore (tel. no. 01752 842 644)
Join this inaugural event at the Landulph Parish Church to raise funds for urgent repairs to the roof.
Kicking off at 12pm and finishing around 10pm, there will be lots of craft ales, hot food, live music and soft drinks for non-beer lovers. Children are welcome (with their parents)!
Organised by the Rector, Chris Painter and the Parochial Church Council, find out more here.
Fancy seeing your name up in the lights? Come and audition for the Cargreen and Landulph Parish pantomime!
In January 2017 we hope to see the village’s finest performers take to the stage with our production of Jack and the Beanstalk, a hilarious , full-length pantomime by Alexander Vail. An epic adventure, packed with suitably silly characters and outrageously funny dialogue, Jack and the Beanstalk is a brilliant show, loved by audiences of all ages and suitable for performers of all abilities! If you would like to be involved in the production as a performer, or even as part of the production team (helping with set / props / costume etc), please email Sally Worth for more details.
Auditions will be held in the Autumn.
It promises to be great fun and a fantastic opportunity to showcase the villages’ talents!
Congratulations to Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman on wining the 2016 Radio 2 Folk award. We can’t wait for their concert at the Landulph Festival.
This isn’t their first, having previously won it in 2013! Now 2016 is turning into quite a year for them, having also just released a new album Saved For A Rainy Day.
Based in the stunning Dartmoor National Park, they have performed worldwide. You can watch some of there performances here