Music:The Tywyn Wurlitzer Concerts at Tywynadd to shortlist

Tywyn Beach

Tywyn Beach

Tywyn Beach

Music, from 19 Jul 2020, £9-£10

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The Tywyn Wurlitzer Concerts take place at Neuadd Pendre, Brook Street, Tywyn LL36 9DP

The 657 pipes, together with the other instruments, are contained in two chambers behind the stage of Neuadd Pendre. The Bluthner Grand Piano can now be played remotely from the organ console.

Built in Tonawanda, New York State in the USA, the 3-manual 9-rank Wurlitzer Organ was originally installed in the Granada Cinema, Woolwich in South East London in 1937 where it was officially opened by no less a personality than Reginald Dixon, best known to everyone as 'Mr Blackpool'. The organ is now owned by John Smallwood of Tywyn who has generously arranged its permanent loan to the people of the town through the Tywyn Town Council.

19th July - Aaron Hawthorne, Young International Organist 2019 and another fine young player Lewis Scott.

11 August - David Lowe Tywyn’s favourite entertainer and supporter.

29 August - Len Rawle; our good friend returns once more and introduces Senior Young UK 2019 winner Will Shaw.

22 September - Richard Hills, International Star Organist is back.

27 October - David Warner returns with Stephen Austin.

5 December - Andrew Umpleby and the Abergynolwyn Silver Band.

Event details

Dates Times
Sat 5 Dec 2020 19:30


Tickets: £10.00 on the door, £9.00 in advance from Flame Lily Health Shop, High Street, Tywyn LL36 9AD.

Events at this Venue

date event
Sat 5 Dec The Tywyn Wurlitzer Concerts




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Location and nearby places


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Map reference: SH 585007  Lat: 52.58629 Long: -4.08897


Tywyn is situated on the A493 coast road and is 15 miles from Machynlleth (A487/A489) and 20 miles from Dolgellau (A470/A494).
The town also has a mainline railway station as well as the Talyllyn narrow gauge railway providing local tourist services.

Tywyn is part of several local and nation bike routes including; NCN route 82, Lon Las Cymru, and Lon Las Cymru (North).

Parking: free

Parking: with charge

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Tywyn station

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