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Llandaff Cathedral Choral Society

Our next concert is Mendelssohn's St.Paul at Llandaff Cathedral on November 19th at 7.30pm.  Soloists for the evening are Eleanor Martin (Soprano), Olivia Gomez (Alto), Dominic Neville (Tenor) and Stephen Hamnett (Bass). Accompaniment will be provided by organ and chamber orchestra and Alexander Thacker will conduct. Tickets are £18 and £8 for students and under 18s and are available at or by using the QR code below:

Parking Arrangements for the concert (updated):
Due to the Llandaff Festival of Lights, the main car park off the high street is only accessible via Heol Fair. Parking for the concert is also available at The Cathedral School, and at Cardiff Metropolitain University on Western Avenue.
If parking at Cardiff Met:
Pay and display machines are available in the car park or you can use the SABA car parking app, which will charge you an off-peak rate of 50 pence.
To access the Cathedral from the car park you can use the lit path that runs alongside the Rugby Club. Please allow for a 15 minute walk.

Please note:
The heating system in Llandaff Catherdral is not currently working, and so for your comfort we recommend wearing warm clothing and perhaps bringing a blanket. We are all looking forward to a wonderful performance of this magnificent work and having you join us for the occasion.


Founded over 80 years ago, the Llandaff Cathedral Choral Society is one of the oldest choirs and the only Cathedral-based choral society in Wales. The Society performs in the glorious setting of the Cathedral on four occasions each year and is pleased to enjoy a special relationship with one of our most historic religious buildings. Over the years and under a succession of outstanding conductors, the choir has performed virtually all of the great choral works. It has also commissioned and performed new works by Wales’ leading composers and has a thriving membership.


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