Lost in Song, Lostwithiel’s much-loved community choir hosts a series of music evenings next to the River Fowey, in The Parade Gardens, Lostwithiel. The evenings run from 5.30pm to 10.30pm every Thursday in August. Come and join us!
If it’s raining we head to St Bartholomew’s Church in the centre of town.
In our fifth year the line up is just as lively and exciting as ever and there’s lots of opportunities to join the chorus in sing along moments with Lost in Song.
Check out the provisional line-up below:
Help us make Sing Along the river brilliant through our Crowdfunder site
Thursday 16th August
6.00 The Songbirds
6.30 Levow Kesson
7.00 The Suitcase Singers
7.30 Lost in Song Sing Along
8.15 The Blazing Heart Chorus
9.15 The Rickety Bones
Thursday 23rd August
6.00 Daya Red
7.00 Lost in Song
8.00 Sing Truro and Sing Falmouth
9.15 Go Go and The No Goes featuring Little Miss Mojo
Thursday 30th August
6.00 The Playful Chorus
6.30 Canoryon Lowen
7.00 Fowey River Singers
7.30 Champagne Cornwall Chorus
8.00 Lostwithiel Town Band & Lost in Song
8.30 The Daylight Choir
9.15 3 Daft Monkeys
“Last night was a triumph and everyone was obviously out to have a good time and make the season end on a very happy note… the community and everyone seems to pull together to make things happen.”
We have a licensed bar and delicious grab and go food from the area’s finest food purveyors; posh bangers, burgers and delicious paella from Big Pan Parties; Thai cuisine from Nattaya of the Siam Kitchen; and our old friend Chris Harding of Harding and Scoots offering fine tea and coffee and crepes. There’ll be ice cream and wood fired pizza from Kernoforno and don’t forget the fabulous homemade cakes.
Lost in Song would like to thank all of the locals who help to make the events a success. We’d also like to thank Lostwithiel Town Council and Lostwithiel Business Group for their kind support. We could not produce these evenings without the generous support of our funders. We’ve also had valued support in kind from Skinner’s Brewery, St Bartholomew’s Church and Bodmin College