Abbots Langley Festival 2018

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The Abbots Langley Festival starts on June 16th and ends on July 29th.

This page will list all of the events, dates and information from participants as soon as the programme is finalised.

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The Main Events this Summer!

ArtHUB Drop-in – Children’s Art Morning
Giles Abbott – Traditional Storytelling for children – “Jack beyond the Beanstalk”
Giles Abbott – Traditional Storytelling for adults – “The Fisherman and the Genie” from the Arabian Nights
Church of the Ascension – “Gold and Cinnabar – The Tradition of Holy Icons” – talk & demonstration
• Children Singing – afternoon event
St. Paul’s Church, Langleybury – “Wedding Belles” Exhibition
Mike Dr. Blue – “Nothing But the Blues”
Abbots Langley Gardening Society Exhibition – All about Honey Bees
Friends of St Lawrence – Garden Party
ArtHUB Exhibition – Abbots Langley from Every Angle
Me and My Bee” – A Musical Comedy for the Whole Family
Abbots Langley Flower Arrangement Society – “Changing Times” – Demonstration by Lesley Sturdy
Kan Beng – “One Voice, One Night”
Abbots Langley Gardening Society Masterclass – How to Propagate Plants
• African Drumming Workshop for all the Family
Bruce Boardman and Friends – A Relaxed Evening of Jazz
• Royal British Legion (Abbots Langley) and Back to the Front Project – “A Boy Called Herbert”
• The Poetry Corner – “Homecoming”
Flatpack Theatre – “For and By Youth” – primary schools drama challenge
Abbots Langley Gilbert & Sullivan Society – “Music & Laughter 2″
St Lawrence’s Church – Flower Festival
• Abbots Langley Crafters – Craft Fair
Abbots Langley Orchestra – Summer Golden Anniversary Concert
• British Red Cross (Abbots Langley) – Annual Coffee Morning
Eleanor Sidaway – Silk Painting Workshop
Abbots Langley Local History Society – Heritage and Archive Day
Kings Langley Community Choir – “In Concordia” Concert
Langleys Drama Company – “Bus Stop Banter”
Woodside U3A – “When Rodgers Met Hammerstein” – a talk by Stephen Barnard
Abbots Langley Gardening Society “Show Gardens and Real Gardens” – a talk by Tom Stuart-Smith
Abbots Langley Local History Society – The Henderson Memorials
Abbots Langley Players – “Middle-Age Spread”

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