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Music Listings For South East Wales


Assisted Performances

Assisted Performances

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or visually impaired, we have a list of the latest accessible performances in Wales.

What’s On Wales (01 Jan 13 - 31 Jan 17)



Sessions

Sessions

Boutique stalls adorn the foyer at The Riverfront and performance fills the air in the café…

The Riverfront (17 Apr 15 - 17 Jul 15)



The Cunning Little Vixen

The Cunning Little Vixen

Meet Bystrouška, a mysterious little fox who escapes her human captor to finally live in the freedom of the animal world. Jana?ek's comic opera looks at the cycle of life and shows the composer's love of the countryside in a rich and colourful orchestral score.

Supported by David Seligman and the Philippa Seligman legacy and the Connect Fund. Opera Scholarships at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama are supported by Dame Shirley Bassey, Kate Thomas and Elizabeth Warbrol and the Leverhulme Trust

Sherman Cymru, Cardiff (7-9 Jul 15)



Bootleg Summer Holiday

Bootleg Summer Holiday

The Bootleg Sixties are back on tour again with their fantastic “sight and sound” show, and are coming to The Riverfront for the third time!

 

 

 

The Riverfront (17 Jul 15)



Rebecca Newman

Rebecca Newman

Affectionately named 'The People's Soprano' by fans
and the media, singer-songwriter Rebecca Newman
stormed to number one in the Official UK Classical
Albums Chart last autumn with her debut release.

The Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl (18 Jul 15)



BillBoard Ensemble present SHOUT! The Mod Musical

BillBoard Ensemble present SHOUT! The Mod Musical

This summer BillBoard Ensemble presents SHOUT! The Mod Musical, taking audiences back to the music, style and freedom of the 1960s.

SHOUT! features new arrangements of classic tunes including To Sir With Love, Wishin’ and Hopin’, Downtown, Georgy Girl, I Only Wanna Be With You, Son of a Preacher Man and Goldfinger.

With a shimmy and a shake, the songs are tied together by hilarious sound bites from the period – from 60’s advertisements for anything and everything, to lonely hearts letters answered by an advice columnist who thinks every problem can be solved with a “fetching new hairstyle and a new shade of lipstick.”

Not suitable for under 12s, some sexual innuendo, drug references and mild language.

Memo Arts Centre (22-25 Jul 15)



Thank You For The Music

Thank You For The Music

The world’s favourite ABBA and Bee Gees concert
show comes to town with its all-new, sequin-spangled
spectacular

The Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl (1 Aug 15)



Limehouse Lizzy

Limehouse Lizzy

Limehouse Lizzy perform the greatest hits of Thin Lizzy.

Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, well and dominating stages worldwide. The band have also added a tribute into their show to ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist (and world renowned solo artist) Gary Moore.

Memo Arts Centre (14 Aug 15)



Show of Hands, Steve Knightley and Phil Beer

Show of Hands, Steve Knightley and Phil Beer

Show of Hands are undeniably one of the strongest current forces in acoustic music – England’s finest and most popular roots partnership and something of a “people’s band”, regularly voicing the hopes, fears and life stories of scores of people in song.

Joined by Miranda Sykes on double bass they are widely recognised for their resonating original songs, stunning musicianship and remarkable audience rapport.

Features on BBC TV’s Countryfile, BBC Breakfast and Andrew Marr shows and regular airplay by the likes of Mark Radcliffe, Bob Harris, Mike Harding, Johnnie Walker and Simon Mayo has taken their music to a wide cross section of audience.

An alchemist couldn’t have come up with a more potent, magical mix than that of Phil Beer, who can, as The Scotsman observed, “play nearly every stringed instrument known to man” and the inspired Steve Knightley, described by Mike Harding at BBC Radio 2’s Folk Awards as “one of England’s greatest singer songwriters”.

"Formidable operators in the roots arena. A class act" The Independent

“One of the great English bands” Peter Gabriel

Memo Arts Centre (21 Oct 15)



Waterloo: The Best of Abba Tribute Show

Waterloo: The Best of Abba Tribute Show

In 1974 the little known Swedish pop group Abba swept to superstardom with their Eurovision winning ‘Waterloo’, and four decades later the song and the band remain as popular as ever.

Now the phenominal new tribute show 'Waterloo' looks back at the sensational rise to stardom of Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid and gives fans the opportunity to experience the thrill of a live Abba show! The unique Abba sound is replicated with an incredible attention to detail by a full live cast and band - with stunning costumes and breathtaking choreography. The wonderful lyrics penned by Benny and Bjorn are sung in wonderful, captivating harmony from the opening refrain to the final sing-along chorus of this two-hour spectacular.

Memo Arts Centre (14 Nov 15)