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THE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 13 2017


45 Entertainment


A Cappella Festival line-up announced SPAN ARTS have just


announced the line-up for this year’s Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival, giving us all the more reason to be excited for the much-loved, annual show.


Returning to The Queens Hall


for the ninth year, the festival will be held from Friday, February 24 to Sunday, February 26 for an uplifting celebration of song. Headlining this year is the


enchanting Helen Chadwick, who will perform on the Friday. The foremost voice practitioner in the UK, Helen Chadwick will give the performance ‘House Of Light’, a heartwarming concert of Chadwick’s gorgeous a cappella harmony songs, including settings of inspirational poems and fabulous harmonies, body percussion and rhythmic games. Performers by four actor/singer


members of Helen Chadwick Song Theatre, including Helen, will host the concert and introduce the songs with her inimitable style and wit. Also performing on Friday night is


Môr Ladron (The Pirates), a fun-loving, beer-swilling, four-piece A Cappella shanty group from Ceredigion. Shanty is their passion and they try to blend unique harmonies into the songs whilst still trying to capture the feel of the music.


They will be joined on stage by


Bella Voce, an exciting and fresh 16-piece all-female vocal group based in Haverfordwest, under their Musical Director Sarah Benbow and


Fistful of Spookies: Playing on the Saturday


accompanist Seimon Morris. Headlining on the Saturday night


is Fistful of Spookies, who are the residue remaining when The Spooky Men’s Chorale retreated to Australia after their sell-out 2015 UK Tour. A few wizened stalwarts loiter.


Like a tide-mark in the enamel bath of song, this collection of UK Spooks are still keeping the flame of Spookiness alive in Britain, still bothering the locals, still looking for the plughole to Oz. Coming together from all corners


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of the country, they will reprise classics from the Spooky canon of testosterone- fuelled tunes and tomfoolery. Joining them will be Côr Pawb


Bach, a slice of Côr Pawb, Cheerful Project’s uplifting intergenerational community singing project. Côr Pawb (Everyone’s Choir) will


be closing this year’s festival with ‘Sing For Your Sarnies’; a Sunday lunch performance at the Queens Hall. Following the heart-warming concert at last year’s festival, Côr


Pawb returns this year with a feast of songs from around the world. Join over 150 singers aged seven to 70 in a celebration of singing and delicious food. Expect surprises, connections and enjoy the spirit of community. As well as knock out performances,


the festival also offers workshops throughout the weekend. Artists including Helen Chadwick, Fistful of Spookies, Jez from Regime, Bella Voce, Môr Ladron, Molara and Camilo Menjura will be offering a chance to


experience an exciting range of genres, including a cappella theatre, comedy, rap, sea shanties, jazz, circle songs and global rhythms. The Narberth A Cappella Voice


Festival is suitable for all ages and abilities. Tickets can be obtained by visiting www.navf.co.uk or by phoning 01834 869323, with concessionary rates available. Weekend tickets are also available in advance, offering great discounts for all the performances and workshops.


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