Local stars in action at Lympstone Village Concert

PUBLISHED: 06:55 13 January 2018

Flashback: The Queens performing at the Lympstone village concert in 2016. ref exe Village Concert The Queens

Flashback: The Queens performing at the Lympstone village concert in 2016. ref exe Village Concert The Queens


Lympstone’s popular Village Concert is coming up soon.

An opportunity to see local home-grown talent, it is on Saturday, February 3, at Lympstone Village Hall, with shows at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

“Although we usually work to bring professional performances to village venues, the annual concert is an opportunity to showcase a surprising abundance of local home-grown talent from Lympstone itself,” said Viv Day of Lympstone Entertainments.

“Playing the audience into the hall is the Lympstone Training Band, conducted by Roger Riggs. Comedy sketches, song, drama and music follow, and have never previously failed to wow an enthusiastic audience.

“Proceeds will go towards presenting more professional and exciting shows to be enjoyed locally in the coming months.”

Tickets are £6 (adult), £1 (under-16) for the 2.30pm matinee, and £8 (adult) and £4 (under 16) for the 7.30pm show. They are available from Demelza (01395 272243) or by email at boxoffice@lympstone-entertainments.net

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