Ynglŷn â A CORONATION PROM!!
A feast of uplifting Orchestral Coronation Music with The British Sinfonietta, introduced and conducted by Royal Variety Show & Royal Albert Hall Pembrokeshire based Maestro, Ian McMillan-Davidson, in stirring Coronation Marches by former Master of The King’s Music, Sir Edward Elgar & Sir William Walton, combined with favourite Film, TV & Radio Themes beloved by our new King & Queen on the eve of their Coronation.
Presented by The Friends of St Davids Cathedral in aid of Cathedral Funds.
The Programme is an exciting mix of rousing orchestral music that will be played the next day in Westminster Abbey at this historic and patriotic Coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla, and will also reflect their well known musical favourites from film, TV & Radio including,
Paddington 2, Desert island Discs, The Archers, EastEnders, My Fair Lady & The King and I to name but a few!
Advance booking for this popular Pembrokeshire Coronation Event strongly advised to avoid disappointment as demand is expected to be high.
Proceeds will go towards the increasing costs of maintaining the worship and fabric of the Cathedral which enjoys a particular Royal connection in being unique by having a Sovereign’s Stall in the Quire.
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WELSH:: Price Info:
£15,£22 &£28 via scanning the QR code on the eFlyer, or visit the Cathedral website or shops, including the new Cathedral House Cafe/Shop on Cross Square.
The nearest Car Park to The Cathedral is the Merrivale Car Park needing a 5 minute walk after parking.
Other nearby City Centre car parks are on Quickwell Hill, and The Pebbles requiring a steep hill walk down to The Cathedral
Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre requires a 10-12 minute walk to The Cathedral after parking.
There is some disabled parking close to The Cathedral and is limited and priority is given to wheelchair users travelling alone.
If you require disabled parking, please request a parking permit (to be displayed in your car window) when booking tickets.
To book a wheelchair space, neuro-diversity sensitivity or for any other access enquiries, please contact The Concerts Administrator, Ben Richards via firstname.lastname@example.org
St Davids Cathedral is in the centre of St Davids, Pembrokeshire – Britain’s smallest City, postcode being: SA62 6RD and accessible via the A487
The T11 bus service runs from Haverfordwest railway station to St Davids with a journey time of 45 minutes.
There is also a bus service from Fishguard to St Davids with a journey time of 55 minutes.
Please visit www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/bus-routes-and-timetables/bus-routes-list-coastal-buses