The Atlantic Hotel Newquay is extremely excited to be hosting the upcoming three-day Lowender Peran Ceilidh festival. The Celtic celebration will see a host of entertainment take place, such as dance workshops and street dancing in Newquay. There will be over 300 performances during the three days, featuring a host of Cornish talent as well as a few international performers.
Festival goers will be able to enjoy The Devil’s Violin who combine a mix of live music with dynamic storytelling. The group offer an exciting new way to experience narratives with all the theatrics.
Meanwhile, the fresh faces of the Aggie Boy’s Choir will be making an appearance to perform original songs. The group is made up of young Cornish boys and offers an invigorating change to a traditional choir.
All Thraw’d Together are another exciting highlight for the festival—a group of five men who just began singing together once a week have become keen fundraisers for local charities with their singing, all the while dressed in Cornish tartan.
For those interested in dance, Flanagan’s School of Irish Dance will be attending and promise to show off their Riverdance-style moves. Kemysk are also expected to make an appearance and will be displaying Cornish dances on Saturday afternoon.