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The latest 'On Song' column from the Llanelli Star

The latest 'On Song' column (about the choral scene in and around Llanelli) from the Llanelli Star -

It’s being billed as ‘Super Saturday and Sunday’ in Llanelli.
It’s a musical feast spread over two nights, featuring Côr Meibion Llanelli, the Welsh Three Tenors, the Swansea Bach Choir and The Singhs.
Part One of the ‘Super Weekend’ starts with the Midsummer Music concert on Saturday, July 11, which sees the Swansea Bach Choir performing at Llanelli’s Parish Church.
The choir will be joined by The Singhs, three outstanding violinists from the famous Singh family in West Wales, and pianist Guillaume Mathias.
By purchasing a ticket for the concert, you will also support the Kodaly Music Society of Wales, which develops talented young musicians by providing tuition from performers of international stature.
And there’s a special treat for concertgoers with the chance for a wonderful Llanelly House experience before the start of the music at St Ellis Parish Church.
Special £25 tickets in…

The latest Phil Evans column from the South Wales Evening Post

The latest Phil Evans column from the South Wales Evening Post.
Comedian Phil Evans is from Ammanford. He is known as the man who puts the ‘cwtsh’ into comedy.


Theatre Of The Absurd . . . Ticket Prices.
Sometimes life is a collection of Agatha Christie novels – full of mysteries.
Like, where does Channel Five find their terrible weekday afternoon films with idiotic titles like “Deadly Bereavement” and “Fatal Murder” ‘starring’ actors you’ve never heard of?
The appeal of the stage musical is a mystery to some people.
Where musicals are concerned, I sit on the fence – admittedly a very uncomfortable position from which to watch Les Miserables for three hours.
Those who loathe musicals argue that it’s ridiculous for characters to be talking one minute, then suddenly bursting into song the next.
The same people will watch a horror film in which characters are talking one minute and then being attacked by a possessed, carnivorous doll the next - but they …

Latest special offers from the Jenkins Bakery

Latest special offers from the Jenkins Bakery -


3 Medium Corned Beef Pasties, £1.70
2 Large Corned Beef Pasties, £2.00
2 BBQ Chicken Pasties, £2.40
2 Strawberry Manchester Tarts, £1.80
Sandwich Of The Week, Chicken Club, £2.45
Rustic Baguette Of The Week, Chicken Tikka, £2.45
Filled Softie Of The Week, Ham Salad, £2.25
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