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Entertainment & Events Cerys Matthews : Where the Wild Cooks Go • 4 September • Sherman Theatre


Join BBC broadcaster Cerys Matthews, as she takes us around the world, celebrating her love of food and music. With a childhood spent foraging and learning to make flapjacks and nettle soup, followed by a life of touring as a musician around the world and delighting in the delicious local delicacies discovered along the way, a love for food and cooking has always been central to Cerys Matthews’ life. And now, to mark the publication of her glorious new book, Where the Wild Cooks Go, she is bringing her culinary learnings from around the globe to Cardiff. Cerys will be sharing the flavours, ingredients, cocktails and tunes that have inspired her over a lifetime of cooking and travelling. She will indulge us with some poetry readings and a sprinkling of singing, playing a few of her favourite songs from the countries that she has visited. Don’t miss this opportunity to pick up a discounted copy of Where the Wild Cooks Go with your ticket by choosing the book-with-ticket option (book RRP £27). Cerys Matthews will be signing after the event.


Senghennydd Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF24 4YE 029 2064 6900 | www.shermantheatre.co.uk


Terry Pratchett’s Men At Arms • 21-24 August • The Gate


Peculiar Productions presents Terry Pratchett’s classic comedy-fantasy thriller, brought to life on stage. The City Watch needs men! And women, of course. Not to mention dwarfs, trolls, gargoyles, and whatever Nobby Nobbs actually is. It’s not as if Captain Vimes doesn’t have enough to deal with; warring factions of assassins and clowns, the anniversary of an ancient battle making the city just a tad tetchy, and a ruler who’s perfected the art of ‘benevolent tyranny’. The last thing he and his Watch need is a big group of new recruits who won’t accept that ‘team spirit’ doesn’t include hitting each other with axes. But Vimes needs to make sure they can all get along, and fast – because no-one else can stop a deadly secret that stalks the streets... Adapted by Stephen Briggs. Directed by Matthew Hitchman.


Keppoch Street, Cardiff CF24 3JW 029 204 833 44 | www.thegate.org.uk


The Wedding Singer • 29-31 August • Theatr Soar


The Wedding Singer takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars were up, and a wedding singer might just be the coolest guy in the room. Based on the hit Adam Sandler movie, The Wedding Singer’s sparkling new score does for the ‘80s what Hairspray did for the ‘60s. Just say yes to the most romantic musical in 20 years. It’s 1985 and rock-star wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey’s favorite wedding singer. He’s the life of the party, until his own fiancee leaves him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own. Enter Julia, a winsome waitress who wins his affection. As luck would have it, Julia is about to be married to a Wall Street shark, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a decade, the girl of his dreams will be gone forever.


Pontmorlais, Merthyr Tydfil,


CF47 8UB | 01685 72217 www.theatrsoar.co.uk/


An Evening with Shane Williams • 5 September • Coliseum Aberdare


With Phyl Harries and Ieuan Rhys Legendary Welsh


rugby player Shane


Williams will share the extraordinary secrets of his illustrious career when he takes to the stage for this intimate and revealing evening. Shane Williams was a Welsh Rugby Union player most famous for his long and successful tenure as a wing for the Ospreys and the Wales national team. In 2008, he was selected as the World Rugby Player of the Year and since his retirement from international rugby in 2012, he has worked as


a presenter on S4C and as a pundit on BBC, ITV and Channel 4. He was also inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame in 2016. This is great evening for fans of Welsh rugby and a chance to get up close and personal with Shane, as he lifts the lid on life on and off the pitch. It also includes a Q & A, session - so if you have a burning question to put to Shane, now is your chance!


Mount Pleasant Street, Aberdare, CF44 8N 03000 040 444 |www.rct-theatres.co.uk/coliseum


Hurleyfest IV Charity Gig for MNDA & Stroke Association • 14 September • Earl Haig Memorial Club


Charity event for Motor Neuron Disease Association and the Stroke Association. Every penny raised goes to charity. Great night of local original music. GROUNDED is 14 year old Rock Muscian, David Winser, making his debut.


HUW JAMES is a Singer/Songwriter from the Gwent Valleys. He writes in a variety of styles although mostly his songs can be seen to be influenced by a folky, bluesy feel. BRYN CHAPMAN is an acoustic comedy singer from Delph, singing songs that’ll make you laugh. REBECCA HURN is a 24 year old award winning singer songwriter based in Porthcawl. Rebecca’s music and voice is a beautiful construction of acoustic melodies, harmonies and is lyrically emotive, sometimes crushing or happy but always thought provoking. RHYS DAVIS is a 22 year old Indie/Alternative Rock artist from Blackwood. His anthem style tunes consist of slick, tasteful guitar lines and catchy “stick in your head” vocal hooks that will be sure to get you moving. He brings a unique blend of sonic boom to the mix. THE BAKESTONES are a harmonica sucking, guitar plucking, foot stomping band. With an eclectic mix of original music, ranging from a raw bluesy sound to funky rock.


23-25 Penlline Road, Cardiff, CF14 2AA 02920 626015 | earlhaigclub.weebly.com


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