Music, Family Theatre and Comedy this half-term!
Span Arts has a fantastic programme of events to keep everyone entertained this half-term holiday including folk band Maia, family theatre Flossy and Boo’s Curiosity Shop, and comedy legend, Lee Nelson.
Saturday 28 May, Queens Hall, Narberth, 8pm
Span Arts is thrilled to welcome inventors of sci-fi folk Maia, delivering a genre-busting mix of sweet stunning vocal harmonies punctuated by echoing banjo, guitar, shimmering mandolins, spooky brass and keyboards
“Youthful, spirited, richly atmospheric and intelligently off-centre alt.folk pop,” Time Out
Maia will be supported by up and coming local country/pop singer-songwriter Rosey Cale. Pembrokeshire born Rosey has recently released her debut EP, ‘Creating Image’ which has had national radio play and has been featured as artist of the week on Radio Pembrokeshire.
Members only deal: ‘Buy One Get One Free’
To get this deal, call Span Arts Box Office on 01834 869323
Flossy and Boo’s Curiosity Shop
Thursday 2 June, Queens Hall, Narberth, 2pm
Looking for something different to do with the children this half-term? Enter the mind-boggling world of Flossy and Boo’s fantastical, mystical, tremendous, stupendous Curiosity Shop. Performed by critically acclaimed South Wales-based theatre company performers, Anja and Laura, followed by a FREE workshop for big and little people.
Lee Nelson: Suited and Booted
Friday 3 June, De Valence Pavilion, Tenby, 8pm.
Finishing off the week is renowned funny man, Lee Nelson, with his new stand-up show. The Chavvy alter ego of comedian Simon Brodkin, known by many for his own character sketch show for BBC Three “Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show.”
“Never less than ingenious… a seamlessly entertaining show,” The Times.
See the “Comedy Legend” this half term in Tenby at his absolute best: live and unleashed. (This show is PG.)
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