Whitland Male Choir: We'll Keep A Welcome

Whitland Male Choir: We'll Keep A Welcome

Choir Return to The Queens Hall Narberth after 50 Year Wait

Thursday 17th November is going to be a great night for Whitland Male Choir as they are headlining a concert at Narberth’s Queens Hall for what is believed to be the first time since the 1970’s! Nobody can remember the last time the choir sang at the iconic local venue but older choir members believe the last occasion was in the decade that bought us glam rock, flared trousers, prawn cocktail and’ Chicken in The Basket’!

Whitland Choir are in fine voice and all are delighted to be putting on the concert and Musical Director Hefina Jones said that they were eagerly looking forward to the event

The Concert entitled ‘WE’LL KEEP A WELCOME’ is a charity event in aid of charities and good causes supported by Narberth & Whitland Rotary Club and Whitland Male Choir

Rotarian Phil Thompson MBE, Chairman of Narberth & Whitland Rotary said that they were delighted to be sponsoring such a magnificent event which is sure to be a fantastic night. Phil said that the encouragement of talented local young musicians is very important to Rotary and they were delighted to include local Pembrokeshire musicians, Ianto Evans, (Trombone), Lefi Dafydd, (Piano), Carys Wood, (Trumpet) and Jencyn Corp, (Flute) to take part. All four recently excelled in the Rotary Sounds Fantastic showcase held at Rhosygilwen Mansion, North Pembrokeshire

Also performing a solo performance of ‘Ol’ Man River’ is choir soloist Owain Jenkins, whom Choir Member Huw Jones described as ‘Something to behold’

Doors are 7pm, show starts at 7.30pm. Tickets priced just £15 (plus £1 booking fee) for the much-anticipated event