On Sunday 22 July the bandstand on Castle Hill will be the setting for a bubbling fiesta of activities to celebrate Tenby Museum and Art Gallery’s 140th anniversary. Jazz, Prosecco and Strawberries is being run by the Friends of Tenby Museum and Art Gallery and will give everyone the opportunity to enjoy an afternoon of cool music and chilled prosecco in the glorious summer sunshine to help toast the museum’s long and distinguished service to the community.
Musicians are coming from all over south Wales and beyond, arranged by local musician Alan Argent who has strong links with the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, to make up a special seven-piece band for the occasion. The band will be: Alina Miroshnchenko – vocals, Frazer McIntosh – piano, Matheus Prado – bass, Taflan Jenkins – alto sax, Alan Argent – tenor / soprano sax, Charlie Scarr – drums, George Whitfield – accordion.
The strawberries have been sourced locally from Manorbier’s Springfield Nursery. The Prosecco is being flown in from Italy. This is one laid back celebration not to be missed – it starts at 3pm.