Plays, Films , DVD`s and Events for the World Wide Stage
This film can now be viewed on Youtube in five parts, go to :
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THE SONG OF THE MINE
THE SONG OF THE SOAR
THE ASHBY CANAL
SONGS OF LEICESTERSHIRE
Songs about the County of Leicestershire are in somewhat short supply
and in an attempt to remedy this Brian Langtry has released this
collection of new, self penned, songs. The songs are in the
folksy/country style and cover a large variety of topics related to the
people and places of the County. There are 14 songs on the CD and
Brian`s playing and singing is augmented by several guest singers and
musicians. For these contributions Brian is greatly indebted.
The CD is priced at £6 + £1 p&p from Legless Productions Ltd. Call on
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THE DIRTY THIRTY
This film, by Brian Langtry and Len Holden, is the compelling story of
the only Leicestershire miners to reject the call of their Union, the UDM,
to stay in work during the bitter nationwide miners strike of 1984.
The name “Dirty Thirty” was given to them by former colleagues who saw their rejection
of the UDM stance as an act of betrayal. The 30 braved isolation,stigmatisation,verbal
and physical abuse whilst they remained on strike for the duration of the dispute.
A RAINY DAY IN CROMER
THE COVENTRY CANAL
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All the films listed below are by Brian Langtry and colleagues. Each film is available for purchase by contacting Brian at:
association with H and L Productions and the Bickling Brothers.
La Zouch film Festival of 2012.
Cromer can be purchased as a CD for £10. Contact Brian Langtry:
Brian`s latest film is a gentle meander along one of the Midkands iconic waterways. Brian discovers a wealth of local
interest,historical curiosity and places you may have passed but weren`t able to appreciate.
Go to Brian Langtry`s YouTube channel to see him perform and to view his latest film:
“The Stoke Bruerne Canal Museum and The Blidworth Tunnel”