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Comedy night with TV faces and cult heroes

HAVE A Laugh!

Comedy Club makes it’s final visit to Theatr Gwaun tonight (Friday) with a line up full of TV faces and cult heroes. MC for the show is Nik Coppin who having


sell out shows at the Edinburgh, Adelaide and Hollywood Fringe Festivals and the New Zealand and Melbourne International

Festival, has developed an international

Comedy cult

following. His confident, affable

and other energetic

style of comedy is evident as he talks about amongst

human nature, wildlife, superheroes,

topics, music,

movies and his mixed race

London. Opening Dave

up bringing in act

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Headliner: Norman Lovett and the opening acts


Coppin and Dave Thompson

Thompson is best known for playing Tinky Winky in Teletubbies, but he has also been in Al Murray’s sitcom Time Gentlemen Please, Ben Elton’s film Maybe Baby, Harry Hill’s TV Burp! and many others.

Known for brilliant his one-liners and

odd persona, Dave has generated a cult following whether he is playing

in Hungary, America or here in Wales. Headliner

Lovett Dwarf.

His stand-up style has a quiet, almost dead- pan feel to it, which occasionally

spills into

surrealism. He has been known to have audiences rolling with laughter using just a plastic bag and engages them with his grips including the ‘fake’ sugarbabes. This is the final of Have a Laugh! Comedy Club’s regular shows as they turn their focus to next summer’s comedy gala. Theatr Gwaun has a packed programme of comedy plays, music and films to keep the family entertained until then. Tickets £10 (FOTG £8.50) with discounts are available for rows of nine purchased in advance, available from the 4U box office on 01348873421. Doors open 7pm

giving you a chance to get some fresh hot food from Trehale Farm and a local drink from our bar.

recognisable the

hit sitcom Red Norman

is instantly having

played computer ‘Holly’ in


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Canadian teen ‘the next big thing’

Rising Star: 15 year old Sophia Radisch • Photographer: Adam Brett MILFORD HAVEN was proud

to welcome an upcoming star from Ottowa, Canada, Sophia Radisch, age 15, who is visiting Wales for six months with the intention of producing her debut album. Sophia who has already this week

released her first produced single called Angel. The ballad, available in over 300 stores worldwide has a blues- rock influence, and was produced by local music tech experts Alex Cooper of Core Productions in Milford Haven and mastered by local musician and DJ, Raymond Braithwaite.

Sophia had her radio debut in the UK on Core FM Sounds Session show, which was hosted by Robert Parker from Tenby. The internet broadcast featured an interview with Sophia and a play for her new single on air. Speaking at The Herald office in Milford Haven, Sophia Radisch said: “I am absolutely falling in love with Wales and feel so great about being here. I love the culture, the food, and the people. I adore the Welsh accent!” “I am happy with the way things

are going with my new album, which is due to be released in 2014” Philip Taylor, Sophia’s Manager, who is from Chicago said “So far we have had a lot of interest from Europe on a tour for Sophia. Sweden, Germany, Spain, Russia and Poland are some of the countries who are likely to participate. We have also interest from New Zealand and Japan. I very much hope that Sophia’s tour can be turned into a world tour”. Phil

added “As a Recording

Artist with Core Productions, Sophia is taking guitar sessions with Glen Drover, lead guitarist with Queensrych. Sophia is really an up and coming artist and a talented girl who we will be hearing a lot about in the near future”

Pembrokeshire readers who would like to listen to Sophia’s latest tracks can visit www.sophiaradisch. com or tune into Core FM radio on The best time to catch Sophia will be on the Usual Suspects Show with Mike Chivers at 9pm on Tuesdays or Sundays.

TOTAL ENTERTAINMENT Te World is A Wedding - by Wendy Jones Paul: 07580 652 163 Ian: 07500 294198

entertaining book is the sequel to the author’s debut novel The Thoughts and Happenings of Wilfred Price. Although the author sketches the background and characters out with considerable skill and evident warmth, not having read the first novel was a distinct disadvantage in trying to

pick up the threads of the continuing narrative. That said, given the episodic nature of the novel – I was easily able to visualise the story as a television drama – made it relatively easy to develop a rapport with the main characters.

The book errs on the side of

sentiment but that does not undermine its charm and good humour. While

Jon Coles

I confess that this type of fiction is neither targeted at my demographic nor my usual choice of reading material, I appreciated the author’s craft and her affectionate take on Pembrokeshire’s rural life.

Spending a few hours with Wilfred Price was ultimately an enjoyable way to spend the time.

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