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THE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 13 2017


47 Entertainment Cardigan’s night of folk dancing Fri 13th January to Thur 19th January LONDON’S most radical and


live band make the trip to Cardigan next month to perform at The Small World Theatre on Saturday, February 11. Ceilidh Liberation Front (CLF)


take a night off from London’s brightest folk club, The Nest Collective, to take to Small World’s stage. The CLF subvert and convert the


lore of Ceilidh with their energetic new regime of folk dance. This ensemble are a coming together of the finest musicians, the most charismatic callers, the most uplifting and inspiring tunes. They breathe vigour into the tradition whilst honouring Britain’s rich traditional music history. The group is united under the


Ceilidh Liberation Front: Coming to Small World on February 11


banner of The Nest Collective, London’s brightest folk club, brought together by Mercury music prize nominee Sam Lee. Featuring a small army of virtuoso


musicians collected from the four corners of the land, the CLF combines


music, dance, and a generous sprinkling of theatricals to bring an unique experience to the world. This is Ceilidh music as you’ve


never heard (or seen) it before, so make sure you bring your dancing shoes.


An audience with Sarah Barnwell Sarah Barnwell: Enjoy a chat and some songs with her next weekend


of the world's leading gypsy jazz musicians and her own quartet is fast becoming recognised as one of the most exciting and original in the UK and Europe. Sarah's 'All-Star' quartet consists


of acoustic guitarists Will Barnes and Andy Mackezkie, as well as Erika Lyons on the double bass. The Quartet's set will consist


CAFFE VISTA’S first ‘Up Close


& Personal’ gig of 2017 will give audiences the chance to get to know Sarah Barnwell (formerly Smith), who is back in Tenby with a fantastic quartet, show and album. 'An Audience with Sarah Barnwell:


Insights & Inspirations' will see Sarah Barnwell chat to her audience from 5pm-6pm next Saturday, January 21, followed by a performance from the musician at 8.30pm. ‘Insights & Inspirations’ will be


a preview to the concert and a unique opportunity to chat with Sarah about


her CD, its recording, her new quartet and all things musical. There will be some complimentary


bubbly (or non-alcoholic drink) and some nibbles to celebrate the occasion. The new album will also be


available at a discount, so what have you got to lose? Sarah's violin playing continues


to soar to new heights. Whether beautifully melodic and lyrical or fast and furious, Sarah's playing is always passionate, exciting and delivered with a lovely tone. She is under increasing demand as a guest violinist with some


of gypsy jazz, swing and folk, and there will be standards and original compositions by Sarah. Expect a night of beautiful melodies and sizzling exchanges between Sarah's violin and Will's guitar. You can book by phoning Caffe


Vista on 01834 849636, letting them know if you wish to attend the preview (limited to approximately 20) as well as the concert. To secure your booking and to


enable the Caffe to finalise numbers, advance payment is needed, so please pop in to pay before the concert or let them know if that is not convenient and they can make other arrangements.


Wadge and Jackson perform in Cardigan A WONDERFUL pairing of two


generations of captivating singer- songwriters come to Theatr Mwldan this month while on their UK tour. Grammy winner Amy Wadge


is widely regarded as one of the country’s most successful female singer/songwriters. Over the course of five solo


albums, two collaborations, numerous compositions for other artists and hundreds of live performances all over the globe, she has established an outstanding body of work. Her voice is simply amazing with


a breathtaking range and emotional impact while her songwriting continues to surpass most of her contemporaries. She has recently written songs


with numerous upcoming songwriters, including Ed Sheeran, who released an EP, ‘Songs I Wrote with Amy’.


Ed’s globally best-selling single


‘Thinking Out Loud’ was co-written with Amy and has brought her songwriting even greater critical acclaim from a wider audience, along with winning Amy a Grammy and receiving a BRIT nomination. Joining Amy on her tour is Luke


Jackson, a rising young Roots singer/ songwriter from Canterbury, Kent. 2013 saw him nominated for both the Horizon Award for Best Emerging Talent and the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award and in 2014 he was named Fatea’s ‘Male Artist of the Year’. With a bold, show-stopping voice


and honed guitar skills, Luke is a confident and captivating performer demonstrating an astonishing maturity. He has been making waves on the live acoustic scene, supporting such luminaries as Show of Hands, Karine Polwart, Oysterband and


Martyn Joseph. He has also delivered startling


performances on the UK festival scene, from Cambridge to Sidmouth and The Great British Folk Festival. In the last year, Luke has been playing Festivals across Europe, along with playing a solo show in The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Germany. Luke will be releasing his brand


new studio album, ‘Tall Tales and Rumours’, in autumn 2016 and according to Acoustic Magazine, he is ‘an outstanding heir to the likes of Richard Thompson and Martin Simpson’. With a wealth of finely-observed narrative songs, his mini-album, ‘This Family Tree’, emphasises the exceptional maturity and versatility of one of the most exciting young singer songwriters and live performers on the scene.


Fri 13th January to Thur 19th January La La Land (12A)


Fri: 12.00, 13.00, 15.00, 18.00, 20.10, 21.10


Sat: 11.15, 13.35, 15.05, 17.10, 20.00, 21.05


Sun: 12.00, 15.00, 18.00, 20.10, 09.45 Mon: 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.30, 18.00, 19.25, 20.10


Tue: 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.30, 18.00, 20.10, 21.40


Wed: 12.00, 13.50, 15.00, 16.30, 18.00, 19.25, 20.10


Thu: 12.00, 14.00, 15.00, 16.15, 18.00, 19.00, 20.10


Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A) Fri: 11.10, 14.10, 17.10, 19.30


Sat: 11.00, 14.45, 17.00, 18.00, 19.30 Sun: 09.45, 12.45, 15.55, 17.10, 21.30 Mon: 11.20, 13.30, 17.00, 20.20


Tue: 11.00, 13.05, 15.10, 17.10, 19.25 Wed: 11.05, 14.35, 17.20, 20.30 Thu: 14.20, 17.20, 20.55


Live By Night (15)


Fri: 11.45, 13.55, 16.40, 21.00 Sat: 16.35, 20.10, 22.35 Sun: 18.35, 21.00


Mon: 11.45, 14.20, 17.15, 20.55 Tue: 14.15, 18.45, 20.55


Wed: 11.40, 14.20, 17.15, 21.00 Thu: 11.35, 14.30, 17.05


Assassin’s Creed (12A)


Fri: 18.20 / Sat: 14.10, 17.50 Sun: 14.45 / Mon: 17.20, 20.00


Tue: 16.05, 18.30 / Wed: 14.05, 16.45, 19.40 / Thu: 19.15


Sherlock: The Final Problem (15) Sun: 20.45


Passengers (12A)


Fri: 11.00, 19.40/ Sat: 19.55 Sun: 19.00 / Mon: 14.40


Tue: 13.50 / Wed: 11.15, 17.50 Thu: 11.40, 13.50


Arrival (12A) Fri: 10.35 / Sun: 09.30


Mon: 11.05, 17.35 / Tue: 11.30, 17.15, 21.10 / Thu: 20.20


Collateral Beauty (12A) Fri: 15.55 Mon: 11.30


Tue: 10.40, 12.45 Wed: 11.25 Thu: 11.20


No Man’s Land – NT Live 2016 (15) Sun: 18.30


Moana (PG)


Fri: 14.40, 16.50 / Sat: 10.50, 12.05, 14.25 / Sun: 10.15, 12.55, 14.25, 15.20 / Thu: 11.20


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (12A)


Fri: 13.40, 17.25/ Sat: 14.00, 16.50 Sun: 12.15, 15.35 / Mon: 13.50


Why Him? (15)


Fri: 20.25, 22.45 / Sat: 20.30, 22.35 Sun: 17.25 / Tue: 20.00 Wed: 20.20 / Thu: 17.30


A Monster Calls (12A) Sat-Sun: 11.50


Monster Trucks (PG)


Fri: 11.25 / Sat-Sun: 09.30 Mon: 11.00 / Tue: 11.20


Wed: 11.50, 13.55 / Thu: 16.30 Ballerina (U)


Sat: 09.35, 12.50 / Sun: 09.35, 12.30 Tue: 10.30


The Girl on the Train (15) Mon: 20.00


Finding Dory (U) Sat-Sun: 10.00


Assassin’s Creed (12A) Fri-Mon/Wed: 15.30, 18.15 Tue/Thu: 18.15


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (12A) Fri-Mon/Wed: 17.45 Tue: 10.45, 17.45 Thu: 10.45


La La Land (12A) Fri: 14.30, 17.30, 20.30, 23.15


Sat: 11.30, 14.30, 17.30, 20.30, 23.15 Sun/Tue/Thu: 11.30, 14.30, 17.30, 20.30 Mon/Wed: 14.30, 17.30, 20.30 Live By Night (15)


Fri/Mon/Wed: 12.30, 14.15, 17.15, 20.15


Sat-Sun/Tue/Thu: 14.15, 17.15, 20.15 Passengers (12A)


Fri-Sat: 20.45, 23.10, 23.20 Sun: 20.45 / Tue: 11.15, 20.45 Wed: 20.45 / Thu: 11.15


Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A) Fri-Sat: 13.45, 17.00, 20.00, 23.00


Sun/Tue-Thu: 13.45, 17.00, 20.00


Mon: 13.45, 17.00, 20.45 Silence (15)


Fri/Mon-Wed: 12.00 The Bye Bye Man (15) Fri-Sat: 21.00, 23.30 Sun: 21.00


A Monster Calls (12A) Sat: 12.30


Ballerina (U) Sat: 11.00


Moana (PG) Sat: 12.00, 14.45


Monster Trucks (PG) Sat: 11.15


Phantom Boy (PG) Sat: 10.00


Storks (U) Sat: 10.30


A Street Cat Names Bob (12A) Tue: 14.00 / Thu: 11.00


Bridget Jones’s Diary (15) Tue: 11.00 / Thu: 14.00


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