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* Princess Pavilion: Summer Free Entertainment Programme
Posted May 29, 2005 - 07:48 PM
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Music The Princess Pavilion Free Summer entertainment programme opens with two Band Concerts from the bandstand on Sunday 5th June at 2.30pm & 8pm; with the opening concerts given by Carharrack & St Day Silver Band and St Stithians Band...

The music continues almost nightly as advertised right through until 25 September with Monday choir concerts, Tuesday rock n roll, Wednesdays band concerts, Thursdays a little bit of country rock and Friday night jazz. Saturdays will be a mix of professional guest artists and groups with a wide selection of musical styles.

The verandah restoration is well under way and it will soon be fully restored to its former glory, so a lovely way to spend a summer evening will be to take in a stroll along the seafront and walk up through the gardens to listen to the free entertainment and enjoy a drink or a meal. And the fun continues whatever the weather with plenty of inside seating.

The theatre also has a packed schedule of thirty-six shows, and details of the whole programme are in the Princess Pavilion Summer events programme or on-line at www.princesspavilion.co.uk.

 
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