Whats On in Tenby: March

Published: Tuesday 4th Mar 2014

Written by: Anita Lee

In a bid to warm up after the long winter, Tenby has put on a host of enigmatic and energetic events to entertain local residents and visitors alike. From dance to choir, there is no end to the performances in store for Tenby visitors this March as the coastal town looks to welcome spring with a bang.

Concert at Sardis Cross

Starting with one unforgettable concert at the Sardis Baptist Chapel at Sardis Cross, Burton, this may be one event to drag visitors from their Tenby cottages with hot tubs this Friday 7th March. The Quaynotes Mixed Choir have been practicing hard to put on a memorable performance as the event raises money for the H.O.P.E. Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre, Neyland. Tickets cost just £5 and doors open at 7.30pm.

Strange Tales of Pembrokeshire Villages

For those looking to learn about more about this popular holiday hotspot, the Pembrokeshire National Trust is putting on a talk hosted by Pembrokeshire-born Josie Thomas. To be held at Haverfordwest’s Picton Centre on the 11th March at 7.30pm, Thomas brings her wealth of experience living in the area to a talk that looks to bring Pembrokeshire cottage short breaks alive as she describes those who lived in the immediate area and other parts of the county.

National Dance Company Wales

Pembrokeshire looks to round up its March events with an impressive performance by the National Dance Company Wales on 18th March at Milford Haven’s Torch Theatre. With top choreographers and local Welsh talent, the performance looks to be a must-see during holidays in the area. Featuring music from award-winning composer Atticus Ross who wrote the music for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, the work entitled ‘Water Stories’ by Stephen Petronio is said to have been inspired by the waterscapes of Wales. Tickets cost £14.50 for concessions; visit the Torch Theatre website for more details.

Image Credit: Gabriel Saldana (flickr.com)

Anita Lee
Anita Lee


Office Manager

Powells Cottage Holidays - Cottage holidays est. 1965



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