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'The Festival provides a wonderful showcase for encouraging young performers in music, dance and drama to perform in public and experience competition in a friendly and creative environment. The participants also have the opportunity to be judged by experienced independent adjudicators. As well as encouraging young people, the festival delights in affording performance opportunities for more mature singers and actors with our Festivals of Choirs and One Act Plays.' Held Late March.

* Lytham St Annes Festival of Performing Arts
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‘A non profit making organisation run by a team of regular and dedicated volunteers. The Club aims to provide a platform for local, national and international musicians to perform their music.’

* The Willows Folk Club
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‘Freckleton is a small village based in between Preston and Blackpool in Lancashire and there has been a brass band in the village since the latter part of the nineteenth century ... Freckleton Brass Band has been a constant force in the North West for a good number of years during which time we have won many competitions ... We can now look forward to rejoining the Championship Section yet again in January 2019 where we will be competing with well known bands such as Faireys and Fodens.‘

+ Freckleton Brass Band
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‘We're an amateur orchestra who play in St Annes. We practise on Wednesday evenings and perform 3 or 4 times a year. Our members come from all across Lancashire: Lytham St Annes, Blackpool, Preston ...’

+ Fylde Sinfonia
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'Originally all of the Guardian Concert Band players were people who worked at Guardian Royal Insurance in Lytham ... With the closure of Guardian Royal Insurance in Lytham the band were forced to relocate ... but have kept the name & its reputation ... The band comprises over 30 players ranging in age from teenagers to those who have had a lifetime’s experience playing all sorts of music from classical to big band to jazz. Our players travel from around the North West of England from as far afield as Garstang and Leyland.'

+ Guardian Concert Band
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‘Established in 1904 Lytham Amateur Operatic Society is one of the original amateur musical groups on the Fylde Coast of the UK. Our rehearsal studios are based just outside Lytham where we have both rehearsal rooms, a props store and a studio for building sets and scenery. We build scenery for our own group but you can always contact us so we can design and build for you. We welcome anyone to join our society . We perform shows that also include children under 18 years. So don't be shy get in touch and come and join us.’ Now known as Junction 4 Productions.

+ Junction 4 Productions
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Also indexedLytham Amateur Operatic Society | Junction Four Productions
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‘Based in the Lancashire town of Lytham St Annes. The Choir offers the opportunity for non-professional singers from the local community to come together to enjoy a diverse range of choral singing in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere. We perform a wide range of music at our regular concerts each year at various venues throughout North West England. The choir was originally called the King Edward and Queen Mary Singers but adopted its new identity as The Lidun Singers in 2012 ... The name Lidun (pronounced Lie-dun) is taken from the original name for Lytham as recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086.’

+ Lidun Singers
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‘A large choir with over 250 members ... a fun and enthusiastic choir, meeting on average 35 weeks a year. The choir brings various people of all ages and backgrounds together to have a really fun time whilst learning new songs and developing a deeper understanding of music ... All rehearsals last 2 hours, starting with various warm up exercises ... Formed in 2012 ... After watching “The Choir” on the TV with Gareth Malone, I thought I wonder if anyone in Lytham would be interested? After a post on Facebook and an article in the local press 300 arrived at the first rehearsal and the Lytham Community Choir was born.’

+ Lytham Community Choir
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Typically perform two major concerts per year plus a Christmas offering.

+ Lytham St Annes Choral Society
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St Anne’s Community Choir started in 2015 and now has around 50 members. We were formed to encourage people of all ages and abilities to enjoy singing in harmony. We are a friendly group of people and are always ready to welcome new members. Like many choirs we are rather short of male voices so, if there are any shy tenors or bass singers out there please come and join us.’

+ St Annes Community Choir
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