Sing Along the River 2017

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, on Thursday evenings in August. Come and join us!

In our fourth year the line up is a lively and exciting as ever – check out the line-up below. If you can help us to make these evenings truly magical then please pop to our Crowdfunded page:


Thursday August 17th

  • 6.00pm      Martha and Rosa Woods
  • 6.30pm      Just Us
  • 7.00pm      Lost in Song
  • 7.30pm      Lostwithiel Town Band
  • 8.00pm      Port Isaac Chorale
  • 8.45pm      Lost in Song with the Grenaways
  • 9.00pm      The Grenaways

Thursday 24th August

  • 6.00pm      Martha and Rosa Wood
  • 7.00pm      Looe Valley Singers
  • 7.30pm      Lostwithiel Town Band
  • 8.00pm      Lost in Song
  • 8.30pm      The Ingleheart Singers
  • 9.00pm      Slidebelly and the Frail Lostwithiel’s latest bluegrass band close the evening with guest vocals by Emma Mansfield

Thursday 31st August

  • 6.00pm      The Playful Chorus
  • 6.30pm      Lost-e-Ukes
  • 7.00pm      Kescana (to be confirmed)
  • 7.30pm      Lostwithiel Town Band with Lost in Song
  • 8.15pm      Angel Tongue, Vicky Abbot and guests
  • 8.45pm     The Gumbo Flyers

“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 had two licensed bars 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 local ice cream. Oh – don’t forget the fabulous homemade cakes made by choir members and the raffle!

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 BrewerySt Bartholomew’s Church,  Bodmin College; Lovely Little Books , Richard Bower and the Jazz Cafe and the extraordinary generosity of The Arts Council England.