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Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company presents Tony’s Last Tape Written by Andy Barrett Directed by Giles Croft An old man sits in a room faced with a collection of recording devices. He takes out a pipe, peels a banana and pours himself the first cup of tea of the day... Starring Philip Bretherton and inspired by the diaries of Tony Benn, one of Britain’s most respected, inspiring but divisive politicians.
The Phoenix Choir is a Welsh Male Voice Choir that has been singing with passion and pride for nine years. Building on its Welsh tradition, The Phoenix Choir takes influences from all genres from classic compositions to modern society but mostly they come from its Music Director! Led by John Mills, over the last year the choir have performed at a wide variety of events from Christmas Lights-On to St David’s Day celebrations, from supporting our national rugby team to fundraising events, and much more. The Phoenix Choir have a large and varied repertoire which has enabled them to adapt to a wide range of audiences.
Blunderbus Theatre Company presents The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Charlie Hubble is a little boy with a very big dream; he wants to be a world-class magician. So, he saves up his pocket money to buy The Big Book of Magic for Trainee Magicians. Little people aged 3-7 will love this funny, heartwarming tale but big people will have lots of fun, too.
Swansea International Festival Llandeilo-born violin virtuoso Rakhi Singh and brilliant Polish-born accordionist Bartosz Glowacki, draw from an eclectic range of styles from baroqueto Bulgaria to Welsh folk to 20th century classical. The duo and guests weave a worldwide musical tapestry.
National Theatre Live The Threepenny Opera - As Live (15) Mack the Knife is back in town. A darkly comic new take on Brecht and Weill’s raucous musical broadcast live from the stage of the National Theatre. London scrubs up for the coronation. The thieves are on the make, the whores on the pull, the police cutting deals to keep it all out of sight. Mr and Mrs Peachum are looking forward to a bumper day in the beggary business, but their daughter didn’t come home last night and it’s all about to kick off…
Swansea International Festival Minima provide live musical accompaniment to The Phantom of the Opera starring Lon Chaney. Prepare to open your eyes and ears to a daring collision of image and sound as Minima’s unique sonic palette breathes new life into one of the great silent film classics. Their electrifying post-rock score captures the horror of the story but also finds pathos and romance, drawing us into the subterranean nightmare world of the hideously disfigured Phantom.
Led by Cuban flautist Jose Zalba-Smith, director of Tradicional Cubano who visited Taliesin in 2014, The Mañana Collective is a powerhouse of Latin rhythm, playing Cuban and Brazilian music together explosively. A volatile, love-loaded party bag around every corner, full of beans. An unstoppable expression of joy! Special guest tonight is former member of the Buena Vista Social Club Orchestra, Irakere and Afro-Cuban All Stars, Jose’s father: Javier Zalba.
If you are interested in the local foods produced in Wales and its border counties then the Mumbles Farmer Market is the place to be. The Market runs every second Saturday of the month selling local produce.
Swansea International Festival The new gold-standard of traditional Irish and American roots music, We Banjo 3 bring their unique fusion of traditional and contemporary music with a breathtaking command of fiddle, guitar, mandolin and banjo.
The Elis James & John Robins Experience - Live at Swansea Grand Theatre