The two-yearly Abbots Langley Festival is in full swing until the end of this month.
There are 34 events in total, some with multiple performances, at 13 local venues.
There’s a wide range of events and activities including concerts, story telling, theatre, classical music, heritage and art exhibitions, a gardening workshop, talks, a craft fair, garden parties, poetry and much more, mostly staged by groups and individuals from the village and the surrounding area.
Highlights include Abbots Langley Orchestra’s Summer Golden Anniversary Concert on July 8, Sing Along Sound of Music on July 13, Abbots Langley Local History Society’s Heritage and Archive Day on July 14, Kings Langley Community Choir’s In Concordia Concert on July 14 and Abbots Langley Players who will be presenting Middle Age Spread from July 25-28.
Full details can be found in the Festival Events Guide, which was delivered with the June edition of AbbotsNews.
The guide and details are also available to view and download at www.alf2018.co.uk
The festival coordinators said they wanted to thank a number of people for making the event possible including the participating groups and individuals.
They said: “We are indebted to Three Rivers District Council for their support, and to our other sponsors and advertisers. Abbots Langley Parish Council has provided practical advice and support too, which also is much appreciated.”