Lympstone Entertainments has been producing shows in Lympstone since 2006. Here are some of our previous productions.


Saturday 25th February 2017

Village Concert 2017

Lympstone Entertainments annual showcase for the abundance of local talent that never fails to wow the audience!


 

Friday 17th March 2017

FB Pocket Orchestra

 

 

 

 

 

FB Pocket Orchestra takes its listeners back to the hot jazz, blues, ragtime & popular dances of the 1920/30s & earlier. “Atmospheric, yet vibrant,” said Jazz FM, “this charming collection of songs will make you wish you had been born some 100 years ago. The style, glamour and ‘fabulousness’ of this era is captured beautifully by this band.


 

Saturday 25th March 2017

Steve Knightley supported by The Exmouth Shanty Men

 

 

 

 

 

The songwriting force behind Show of Hands needs little introduction and will already be known to many of you. He has previously won the Best Original Song category in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and, as part of Show of Hands, the categories of Best Live Act and Best Duo.


 

Friday 5th May 2017 to Sunday 7th May 2017

Beethoven’s Quartet Journey

 

 

Part One of our most challenging presentation, staging performances in the village of all of Beethoven’s string quartets, over the weekend of 5th, 6th and 7th May, was acclaimed as a triumph by audiences and performers alike. Now ranked as one of Britain’s finest, the Dante Quartet received standing ovations from the packed audience in Lympstone church after each of their performances. David Timson in splendid costume as Beethoven, was utterly believable. A stage in the church, and theatre lights helped to dramatise the performances.


 

Friday 2nd June 2017 to Sunday 4th June 2017

Beethoven’s Quartet Journey

 

 

 

Part Two of the Beethoven’s Quartet Journey. Now ranked as one of Britain’s finest quartets, the Dante Quartet received standing ovations from the packed audience in Lympstone church. David Timson in splendid costume as Beethoven, was utterly believable. A stage in the church, and theatre lights helped to dramatise the performances.


Friday 29th September 2017

Magic over supper

 

 

 

A café-style show with Gary Mac, one of the region’s top performers, who bewildered us with his cheerful brand of close-up magic over supper. Everyone was baffled by Gary Mac’s magic show.  From close up at the table to the floor show to round off a great evening.

 

 

 Sunday 13th May  4 pm

Out of the Ashes

Lympstone Village Hall

City of Light Theatre

£9 adults, £5 under 16s and £25 families

City of Light Theatre presents a dramatisation of the book by Michael Morpurgo, one of our greatest children’s writers.

 

 

 

 

Tickets for all events can be obtained from the Lympstone Entertainments Tickets page.

 

JUNE

 

 Sunday 24th June 4 pm

 The Dante Quartet

 Lympstone Parish Church

  £15

 

The superb Dante Quartet will be playing

Beethoven String Quartet op. 135 in F

Shostakovich String Quartet op. 83 in D

Tchaikovsky String Quartet op. 11 in D

Please be aware that the access to the church is by Strawberry Hill or from the Traffic Lights on the A376 and not from the lower village because of extended roadworks. (18th June to 16th July)  Road closed above the Redwing Dining Pub, Church Road)

 

JULY

 

 

Sunday 1st July 2.15 -4pm

Goronwy

Lympstone Slipway (or in Village Hall if wet)

 

 

 

Open Air entertainment on Lympstone Slipway from Goronwy, entertainer extraordinaire

[photo: Krzysztof Goleblowski]

 

Please be aware that the access to the slipway is by Burgmann’s Hill and not from Strawberry Hill or from the Traffic Lights on the A376 because of extended roadworks. (18th June to 16th July)  Road closed above the Redwing Dining Pub, Church Road)

 

 

Saturday 14th July

Isle of Slaves

in a Lympstone garden

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cygnet TheatrMarissa Rowell as Cleanthis, Harriet Birks as Euphrosine, Roxanna Eastaugh as Trivelin, Oliver Harris as Iphicrate, Damian Sched

Students from the Cygnet Theatre return to provide more first class open air entertainment in a Lympstone garden.

 

 

 

The superb Dante Quartet will be playing

Beethoven String Quartet op. 135 in F

Shostakovich String Quartet op. 83 in D

Tchaikovsky String Quartet op. 11 in D

Please be aware that the access to the church is by Strawberry Hill or from the Traffic Lights on the A376 and not from the lower village because of extended roadworks. (18th June to 16th July)  Road closed above the Redwing Dining Pub, Church Road)

 


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