April 6th 2019   A “Night at the Proms”

Including Traditional ‘Last Night’ Favourites

The Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra are bringing a ‘Last Night’ Proms programme to Folly Farm  …  and we can be sure they will also bring the traditional ‘Last Night’ party atmosphere.  So come along with the silly hats, the flags and whatever, to help liven the proceedings.

SORRY:  No poppers or streamers – There is not enough time to clean the theatre before its needed in the morning


The Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra will be conducted by Michael Bell MBE who will also introduce the programme




The concert takes place at The Follies Theatre,  Folly Farm    

On Saturday 6th April 2019,  Starting at 7.00 PM


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  • Tenby:                           Dale Music

  •  Pembroke Dock:      Gavin Lloyd Mortgage Consultants

  • Narberth:                     Span Arts Box Office

  • Haverfordwest:         Creative Cafe 

  • Carmarthen:              Harries Opticians


Pembroke Rotary Club would like to thank Folly Farm  who generously donated the venue free of charge.

We would also like to thank all our other sponsors who  have helped to make this performance possible :-



The profits from this concert will be used to support Rotary charitable causes. 

The Pembroke Rotary Club supports clubs, community groups and other good causes in our local community, and actively supports Rotary’s efforts to alleviate poverty and suffering in our world-wide community.




The “Night at the Proms” will also be performed in the St David’s Hall, Cardiff on 22nd March 2019

Experience the thrill of A Night at the Proms with music by some of Britain’s best-loved composers. 

Gareth Wood’s Cardiff Bay Overture portrays the vitality and history of the waterfront area of the capital. This is followed by two pieces by Eric Coates that became famous as the theme tunes of radio’s Music While You Work and Desert Island Discs. 

Vaughan Williams wrote his stunningly beautiful Serenade to Music in 1938 for Sir Henry Wood’s 50th anniversary concert – it was much loved by Sergei Rachmaninov! 

Sir Malcolm Arnold’s dramatic Peterloo Overture was commissioned by the TUC and commemorates an event 200 years ago in Manchester when a peaceful gathering about political reform – attended by 80,000 people – was broken up forcibly and violently by the authorities. The moving and triumphant conclusion of Sir Malcolm’s Overture says that those who died did not do so in vain. 

Grace Williams’ ever delightful Fantasia on Welsh Nursery Tunes leads to a suite from Laurence Olivier’s film version of Shakespeare’s Henry V with stirring music by Sir William Walton. 

Evergreen Proms favourites by Sir Henry Wood and Sir Edward Elgar complete the programme.


Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra

The Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra, founded by conductor Michael Bell, performed its inaugural concert at St David’s Cathedral, Cardiff on June 19 1982 for what was meant to have been a one-off charity concert. Thirty-five years and over 330 concerts later, CPO continues to flourish and is widely recognised as one of Wales’ foremost non-professional orchestras with a reputation for a wide ranging repertoire: from film music and light classics to major orchestral works.  

The CPO first performed at Folly Farm over 15 years ago and their concerts have been enjoyed by a loyal and appreciative audience.  The Pembroke Rotary Club appreciate the orchestra’s commitment in bringing top quality performances to West Wales.

CPO at St David’s Hall, Cardiff

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