The Season Ahead at Carnglaze Caverns, Cornwall - advertisement feature
PUBLISHED: 16:50 26 August 2010 | UPDATED: 17:46 20 February 2013
The Season Ahead at Carnglaze Caverns:<br/><br/>September 2010<br/><br/>Sunny September is here once again<br/><br/>We've done with the weather<br/><br/>We've had enough rain<br/><br/>But we bit our tongues<br/><br/>& we didn't complain
The Season Ahead at Carnglaze Caverns:
Sunny September is here once again
Weve done with the weather
Weve had enough rain
But we bit our tongues
& we didnt complain
Because we knew that the sun
Would be back in our skies
When the emmets went home
& the schools went back
We do know our sun
& Its funny like that!
September has arrived & we can all breath a deep sigh and ready ourselves for Autumn! We all look forward to the first weekend in September as it heralds the start of our Autumn Season ~ Have you got our new brochure? Its purple & has the Animals on the front cover! Call us if you cant find one because you dont want to miss:
On Sunday 5th at 6pm we have our annual Carnglaze Classical Picnic ~
Two rising cross-over stars, soprano Phillippa Lusty and tenor Thomas Spencer-Wortley come together for this charity event along with nationally acclaimed Bodmin College Jazz Orchestra and guests.
Phillippa returns to her home county to raise funds for the Precious Lives appeal with an afternoon of breathtaking music in the magical setting of Carnglaze Caverns. With her unique style and smooth sounds, Phillippa is a pioneering singer /songwriter in the Crossover genre. This 22 year olds popularity is growing across all age groups. She is currently working on her first album.
Tonight's special guest is classical crossover artist, Thomas Spencer-Wortley. Described by the Sunday Express as '...the solo version of Il Divo...', English tenor Thomas Spencer-Wortley has wowed audiences with his powerful and charismatic performances. Thomas has performed with the greats including Katherine Jenkins and Beverley Knight.
Supporting these two exceptional artists is The Bodmin College Jazz Orchestra whose epic concert here in 2009 helped them on their way to America! We are thrilled to welcome them back here & welcome home!
Bring all the family and enjoy a picnic in the gardens whilst listening to the wonderful selection of music offered by this talented young team. Gardens Open from 4pm for picnics!
Saturday 18th September we are thrilled to announce that the ANIMALS & THE TROGGS will grace the stage underground!
Two of the most influential forerunners of British rock, rhythm & blues Sixties come together, live on stage playing their incredible catalogue of unforgettable chart hits with -ANIMALS & FRIENDS, who will be blasting through their own formidable list of hits from The Animals, including Dont Let Me Be Misunderstood, We Gotta Get Out Of This Place and of course, the multi-million selling anthem, House of the Rising Sun.
THE TROGGS have always been remembered for the 60s anthem, Wild Thing - but it is just one of their many UK hits. With A Girl Like You, I Can't Control Myself, Anyway That You Want Me, Give It To Me and Love Is All Around
This incredible collection of the cream of R&B talent is not to be missed, as this fantastic line-up of music legends administer the perfect dose of 60s magic. Tickets 25
Featuring from the original Animals
JOHN STEEL & MICK GALLAGHER (The Blockheads, The Clash, Paul McCartney)
John E. Williamson (TITANIC)
Peter Barton (Wayne Fontana's MINDBENDERS)
If neither of those takes your fancy then look out for Talon with the Best of the Eagles~ Hotel California, Fragile the best YES tribute band around & our annual firework extravaganza with the excellent King Earl Boogie Band ~ plus lots lots moreOh and keep your eyes peeled for Riding Lights who will be bringing their production Origins & Lemons here in October.
We hope you find something in our 2010 line up that takes your fancy and we look forward to seeing you soon
The new brochure for the second half of 2010 will be out soon with new concerts and can be found all around the county and in Tourist Information Centers and various outlets. Call us if you cant find one and well pop one in the post for you or better still take the green option and keep an eye on our website www.carnglaze.com or call 01579 320251.
Watch out soon for our NEW MySpace page, which will have regular up-dates for you all!
Opening Times and prices
The Caverns are open for tours from 10:00 till 17:00 Monday to Saturday and entry costs are only 6 for adults 4 for children and senior citizens and 17.50 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children)
Directions to Carnglaze Caverns:
Carnglaze Slate Caverns can best be found off the A38. There are brown tourist signs directing to Carnglaze about 5 miles out of Liskeard, just west of Doublebois and 1/2 mile east of Trago Mills coming from Bodmin.
From the A30 take the St Neot signs by The Jamaica Inn and come over Bodmin Moor past Colliford Lake into St Neot. Turn left at the junction by the Church and Carnglaze is 1 mile on the left hand side. Lots of parking is available at the caverns.
Details for all concerts & events for 2010 can be found on our website: www.carnglaze.com
For further information, please contact:
Tel: 01579 320251 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org