Building on the successes of past two year’s this festival continues to grow and this year will once again bring and array of music and arts to the remote the hills of Bettws y crwyn. We have called it the Bettws Triangle, but are in fact including three evening performances in a 4th venue, Bettws Parish Hall. The other three venues, Black Mountain Chapel, (SY7 8PJ), St Mary’s Church, (LD7 1UD) and Moor Hall Studio, (SY7 8PH) will each host different performers, groups and solo artists as before and these day-time events will be free enabling families to come along and take part. The music and singing will be, complemented by an exhibition of watercolours by Josie Crompton-Morris at Black Mountain Chapel and Bobby Britnell’s students’ work (Moor Art 1 and 2) at Moor Hall Studio, including prints by Sarah Jameson.
There will be a fantastic line up of musicians and singing groups including, Remi Harris, Little Rumba, Richard Tunnicliffe, John Kirkpatrick MBE, Benji Kirkpatrick, Sue Harris, David Reynolds, Sue Arnaboldi, Rapsquillion, Men From Off, John Hymas with the Presteigne Pop Choir, Whitton Voices, Bettws Ladies Choir, and Clun Singers. There will be performances each afternoon at each of the three venues.
Come along to experience the creative life in Bettws-y-crwyn. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the uplifting, stirring and often ‘fun’ music in this glorious countryside, Bring your boots and enjoy a walk along the quiet lanes between the three venues with Sue Harris leading the singing?
Come along to three very different evening performances with Little Rumba, Remi Harris and John Kirkpatrick all putting providing us with an evening of entertainment over the three days.
For more information and a programme see www.bobbybritnell.co.uk or contact Bobby and Martin Britnell on 01547 510664 firstname.lastname@example.org