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JOIN Basil, Sybil and Manuel at Aberystwyth Arts Centre at the end of the month for ‘Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience’. This globetrotting show is truly

mayhem. Expect the unexpected! Internationally acclaimed, the

quite legendary, selling out in places like Edinburgh Fringe, Raffles Singapore and Sydney Opera House, so make sure you book early to avoid missing out. When the audience become diners

in the ‘Faulty Towers’ restaurant, pretty much anything can happen – because two-thirds of the show is improvised. The fun starts as guests wait to

be seated. It then hurtles along in a two-hour tour de force of gags and shambolic service as Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve a 70s-style three-course meal together with a good dollop of

show was born in Brisbane in 1997 as a loving tribute to the BBC’s best- loved sitcom. Hundreds of thousands of people

around the world have seen it since. Today, nine teams of cast working from England and Australia tour around 20 countries a year. The show is also into its fourth year in London’s West End, where it holds TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence for its six- shows-a-week residency at Amba Hotel Charing Cross. Performances start at 7pm on

September 29 and 30, and October 1, 2, 3 and 4. Daytime performances will be available at 1pm on October 1 and 2, too.

TWO fantastic Welsh-medium

bands, who perform exciting rock songs, will be performing in

Lampeter at the end of the month. Organised by Celf Llambed Arts, Mellt and Ysgol Sul will take

Mellt: Headling the show at the Victoria Hall

55 Entertainment Experience Faulty Towers live Horizons alumni perform in Lampeter Supporting Mellt: Ysgol Sul, from Llandeilo

to the Victoria Hall stage on Friday, September 30 from 7pm. Headliners Mellt (Lightning) have

a set filled with urgent, incendiary bolts of high voltage tuneage. An up-and-coming band from Aberystwyth, the band were chosen to be part of 2015’s BBC Horizons project, along with other fantastic artists such as Cut Ribbons and Dan Bettridge.

Describing Mellt, the Horizons

project said: “Sometimes there isn’t a lot to say. Especially when a really exciting band appear, seemingly overnight, and apparently from nowhere. “We can, at least, fill in the blank

marked ‘nowhere’. Mellt are from Aberystwyth. They’re Year 13 (Upper Sixth Form in old currency) students at Penglais School. But unlike the majority of school bands, you won’t find any Arctic Monkeys or Guns ’n’ Roses in their setlist, Mellt (Lightning!) have a set filled with urgent, incendiary bolts of high voltage tuneage, like the very excellent Cysgod Cyfarwydd.” Ysgol Sul, an Indie band from

Llandeilo, were one of the bands chosen for this year’s Horizons project. Of the band, the project said:

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International Photography Festival ARE you a photography

enthusiast who would love to go along to a fantastic international photography festival for free? You’ve come to the right place, in that case, as The Herald is giving you the chance to win two weekend tickets, worth £65 each. Bigger, bolder and back for its

third year, The Eye International Photography Festival returns to Aberystwyth between Friday, September 30 and Sunday, October 2 for its most exciting programme to date. The all-star line up will include

A Fine Beginning, Rhodri Jones, Maria Gruzdeva, Sophie Batterbury, Jill Furmanovsky, Zed Nelson, Rebecca Naden and Nick Danziger, across a jam-packed weekend of talks, discussions, interviews, portfolio reviews and cutting-edge exhibitions. Book your tickets for this

wonderful festival brimming with inspiration, ideas, entertainment and world-class photography by going to Aberystwyth Arts Centre’s website or by phoning them on 01970 623232. Alternatively, you can enter

The Herald’s competition to win two free tickets by answering the following question: ‘Which band is Charlie Watts best known as a member of?’ Please send your answers to by Tuesday, September 27 if you think you know the answer. We will contact the winner on Wednesday, September 28.

“The song that earned them a place in numerous hearts at Welsh festivals in 2015, ‘Aberystwyth yn y Glaw’, harks back to prime Libertines, ‘Promenad’ is a hybrid of The Strokes and Vampire Weekend, or Mystery Jets if Mystery Jets came from mid-Wales. “Their most recent EP, ‘Huno’ is

something else entirely… shimmering with heady dream pop that is given gravitas by Iolo’s rich vocals. It’s easy to hear why the band have

won accolades at The Eisteddfod, from the influential Selar magazine, and - now - as one of the Horizon 2016 artists.”


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