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2011 Festival Dates Confirmed

07 02 2011

The 24th North Wales Choral Festival sees an exciting development. Due to the growing popularity of the festival and with the continued support of Stenaline, it has developed beyond a one day event to a 2 day festival, held on the 5th and 6th November 2011.

Hosted once again at Venue Cymru, Llandudno, so far the organisers at Conwy County Borough Council are considering the line up to involve some categories of the competition to take place on the Saturday and others on the Sunday with a new ‘open’ category in place of the overall winners’ concert. There is even the possibility of Venue Cymru programming a big name act in to the theatre, providing festival goers with the opportunity of purchasing tickets for this.

This weekend in November also sees the annual firework display by Llandudno Town Council which spectacularly lights up the bay from the pier. Starting at 7:30pm and lasting for at least 20 minutes this spectacle will end just in time for the scheduled evening show at 8pm, act to be confirmed. The Venue Cymru restaurant offers a perfect spectators gallery and provides a special ‘bonfire night’ menu in a relaxed and warm surrounding.

With £4,500 to share amongst category winners, this really does make the North Wales Choral Festival a must for any choir and gives the opportunity for those attending to make a weekend of it by enjoying more of what this unspoilt Victorian town has to offer. Keep updated on the news by visiting www.northwaleschoralfestival.co.uk or call 01492 576943/8 for further information. Registration will be available in the next few weeks and tickets will be on sale soon – watch this space!

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