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TODAY MUSIC - ROCK/POP CARDIFF: Motorpoint Arena Cardiff (029 2022 4488), Plan B, Labrinth, Rudimental ru·di·ment  
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. 6.30pm.

SWANSEA: Grand Theatre (01792 475715), The Soldiers. 7.30pm. THEATRE/SHOWS PONTARDAWE: Pontardawe Arts Centre Pontardawe Arts Centre is a multi purpose building in Pontardawe owned by the council the Pontardawe library is next to it. Facillities
  • Cinema and Theatre (In One Hall)
  • Snooker Hall
  • Art Gallery
  • Dance Studios
  • Bar
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 (01792 863722), Beyond The Box. 7.30pm.

TOMORROW MUSIC - CLASSICAL ABERGAVENNY: The Kings Arms (01873 855074), Open Arms Singing Choir. 10am.

CARDIFF: Cardiff University Concert Hall, Cardiff School Of Music (03700 101051), Fidelio Trio. 7pm.

CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Royal Welsh College Chamber Choir. 8pm.

CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama Students. Selections from various operas. 6pm-7pm. free. CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Royal Welsh College Symphony Orchestra. 1pm.

MUSIC - JAZZ/BLUES MOLD: Clwyd Theatr Cymru Clwyd Theatr Cymru (IPA: /klʊɨd θɛːatr ˈkɨːmˌrɨ̞/), known until 1998 as Theatr Clwyd  (0845 330 3565), Jim Hart Quartet. 8pm. THEATRE/SHOWS ABERYSTWYTH: Aberystwyth Arts Centre (01970 623232), BalletBoyz: Spring Tour The Talent 2013.

7.30pm. CARDIFF: Chapter (029 2030 4400), Heart Of A Dog: Act One, Cardiff University Drama Society. 7.30pm, doors 7pm.

CARDIFF: New Theatre (029 2087 8889), Driving Miss Daisy Driving Miss Daisy is a 1987 play by Alfred Uhry about the relationship of an elderly Southern Jewish lady shares with her African-American chauffeur, Hoke Colburn, over the span of several decades. . 7.30pm. CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Anne Boleyn. 7.30pm.

CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Hamlet. 7.15pm.

CARDIFF: Wales Millennium Centre The Wales Millennium Centre (Welsh: Canolfan Mileniwm Cymru) is a centre for the performing arts located on the Cardiff Bay waterfront. Opened in November 2004, it has hosted performances of opera, ballet, dance, comedy and musicals.  (029 2063 6464), Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience. 7.30pm.

WEDNESDAY MUSIC - CLASSICAL CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), The 20th Century Harp. 1.15pm. NEWPORT: The Riverfront (01633 656757), Sinfonia Cymru. 1pm. PWLLHELI: Neuadd Dwyfor (01758 704088), Ensemble Cymru. 11am.

MUSIC - JAZZ/BLUES NEATH: The Gwyn Hall (0300 365 6677), Paula Gardiner Trio. 7.30pm. THEATRE/SHOWS ABERYSTWYTH: Aberystwyth Arts Centre (01970 623232), BalletBoyz: Spring Tour The Talent 2013.

7.30pm. CARDIFF: Chapter (029 2030 4400), Heart Of A Dog: Act One: Cardiff University Drama Society. 7pm.

CARDIFF: New Theatre (029 2087 8889), Driving Miss Daisy. 7.30pm. CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Anne Boleyn. 2.30pm, 7.30pm. CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Hamlet. 7.15pm.

CARDIFF: Sherman Cymru (029 2064 6900), Sexual Perversity In Chicago Sexual Perversity in Chicago is a one-act play by David Mamet. It examines the lives of two men and two women in the dating pool in Chicago.

First produced by the Organic Theater Company in Chicago in June 1974, it was directed by Stuart Gordon, the company's founder
. 8pm.

CARDIFF: Wales Millennium Centre (029 2063 6464), Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience. 7.30pm.

NEWPORT: The Riverfront (01633 656757), NoFit State Circus Nofit State Circus is a contemporary circus company based in Cardiff, Wales.

Formed in 1986, Nofit State Circus have been a mainstay of new and contemporary circus in the United Kingdom since their inception, and have toured tented and theatrical shows.
: Noodles. 7.30pm.

PORTHCAWL: Grand Pavilion (01656 815995), Jesus Christ Superstar. 7.30pm.

THURSDAY MUSIC - JAZZ/BLUES CARDIFF: Cafe Jazz (029 2038 7026), Stuart Power Trio. Free-jazz combo. 9pm.

TREORCHY: Park And Dare Theatre (01443 773112), Sophie Evans. 7.30pm.

MUSIC - ROCK/POP CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Concerto Trials Finals. 3pm.

THEATRE/SHOWS CARDIFF: Chapter (029 2030 4400), Heart Of A Dog: Act One: Cardiff University Drama Society. 7pm.

CARDIFF: Chapter (029 2030 4400), Who Killed The Elephant? & A Dialogue. 8pm.

CARDIFF: New Theatre (029 2087 8889), Driving Miss Daisy. 2.30pm, 7.30pm.

CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Anne Boleyn. 7.30pm.

CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Hamlet. 2.30pm, 7.15pm.

CARDIFF: Sherman Cymru (029 2064 6900), Sexual Perversity In Chicago. 8pm.

CARDIFF: Wales Millennium Centre (029 2063 6464), Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience. 7.30pm.

LLANDUDNO: Venue Cymru (01492 872000), Anton Du Beke Anton du Beke (born Tony Beak) is a professional ballroom dancer. His dance partner is Erin Boag. With Boag, he won the IDTA Classic in England in November 2003. His reasonably late entry to dancing began at 14, and at 17 he decided to specialize in ballroom.  & Erin Boag: Anton And Erin Go To Hollywood. 7.30pm.

NEWPORT: The Riverfront (01633 656757), NoFit State Circus: Noodles. 7.30pm.

PORTHCAWL: Grand Pavilion (01656 815995), Jesus Christ Superstar. 7.30pm.

FRIDAY MUSIC - CLASSICAL CARDIFF: St David's Hall (029 2087 8444), BBC National Orchestra Of Wales The BBC National Orchestra of Wales (Welsh: Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Gymreig y BBC) is the only professional symphony orchestra organisation in Wales, occupying a dual role as both a broadcasting and national orchestra. . 7.30pm.

LLANDUDNO: Venue Cymru (01492 872000), Ensemble Cymru. 7.30pm.

MUSIC - JAZZ/BLUES CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Babelfish. 8pm.

CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Paula Gardiner Trio, Royal Welsh College Jazz Ensemble. 5.30pm. free. CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Robert Mitchell. 1.15pm.

THEATRE/SHOWS CARDIFF: Chapter (029 2030 4400), Heart Of A Dog: Act One: Cardiff University Drama Society. 7pm.

CARDIFF: Chapter (029 2030 4400), Who Killed The Elephant? & A Dialogue. 8pm.

CARDIFF: New Theatre (029 2087 8889), Driving Miss Daisy. 7.30pm. CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Anne Boleyn. 7.30pm.

CARDIFF: Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (029 2039 1391), Hamlet. 7.15pm.

CARDIFF: Sherman Cymru (029 2064 6900), Sexual Perversity In Chicago. 8pm.

CARDIFF: Wales Millennium Centre (029 2063 6464), Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience. 8.30pm. . NEWPORT: The Riverfront (01633 656757), NoFit State Circus: Noodles. 7.30pm.

PORTHCAWL: Grand Pavilion (01656 815995), Jesus Christ Superstar. 7.30pm.

SWANSEA: Grand Theatre (01792 475715), Spring Awakening. 7.30pm.

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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
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Date:Feb 4, 2013
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