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Hello everyone and welcome to our programme for 2022 Llandrindod Wells Victorian Festival. It is such a joy to be able to offer this programme given the events of the last two years. The 2020 Festival was cancelled and there was uncertainty over last year’s until five weeks beforehand when it became ‘all systems go’.

This year my committee and I have had more time to consider the upcoming Festival carefully and, while we have kept some favourites, we have implemented some changes which we hope you will like.

Particular thanks must go to Llandrindod Wells Town Council for their funding and to Hotel Commodore and Albert Hall for their supports with our evening venues.Thanks also to the many groups and individuals who are supporting us in various ways. And my sincere gratitude goes to my fellow committee members for their work not just during the Festival itself, but throughout the year.

Finally I must thanks Chris Hartley who has stood down as Administrator this year due to ill health. He has done a sterling job having taken over the festival in 2016 when the Festival was having a very difficult time. He remains a valued Committee member.

In conclusion I sincerely hope that you will find something in this programme to whet your appetite. I look forward to seeing you on Temple Gardens, at a talk or at an evening event.



Anne Smith, Denise Hartley

Marina Williams Chris Hartley

Jan Swindale,Tony Morgan

Benjamin Williams


The Festival this year has a different format to previous years. Although

the festival is for eight days the first four day (Monday to Thursday) sees limited activities on Temple Gardens mainly of a Victorian theme.

Events however during the evening will see the return of Gerald Dickens at the Albert Hall on Tuesday and Alison Neil on Thursday night, again at the Albert Hall.

Friday to Sunday the festival takes off with many shows of every description and some fantastic tribute acts.

The Community day will be on the Bank Holiday Monday.

More details are in this programme.

At the Bandstand Friday to Monday:

Belly Dancers

Bracken Trust Singers

U3A Choir

Llandrindod Silver Band

Kris Katchitt

Best Dressed Competitions

Childrens Fancy Dress

Magic Act

Living Statues

PLUG Ukelele Group

Suffragette Demonstration

Whitney Houston Tribute Act

Cindy Lauper Tribute Act

Tom Jones Tribute Act

The Two Davids

Cowboy Show and walk-abouts daily

Various stalls including food stalls

Wednesday - Vintage Picnic on the Gardens.

Champagne Reception for Friends of the Festival.

Dog Show

Daily programmes for Bandstand entertainment will be posted daily

(Friday to Monday)by the bandstand

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