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A CHOIR CONCERT featuring more than 400 male voices will be performed in Cardiff next month in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust. Alwyn Humphreys MBE will lead the London Welsh Male Voice Choir along with six choirs from Wales at the Wales Millennium Centre on March 6. Tickets from pounds 15 to pounds 25 are available from 02920 636464.

YOU want your pants scared off with some of the best horror movies of all time then head for the Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd. The Chiller Thrillers season includes Invasion Of The Body Snatchers on Friday, January 21, A Clockwork Orange on Friday, February 18, Cape Fear on Friday, March 18, 7.30pm, and Last House On The Left on Friday, April 15. All films start at 7.30pm and tickets cost pounds 5.20. Call 08000 147 111 or visit THE PENRHIWCEIBER Film Festival will take place in the Cynon Valley, starting next Friday. Films will be shown on a Friday night and Saturday morning and will include a mix of films, from Zulu to The Edge of Love. The festival ends on March 20.

A NEW course for young carers looking after people with a disability or chronic condition will be launched in Cardiff. The six-week Looking After Me course, run by the Expert Patient Programme and Cardiff and Vale Crossroads, is aimed at carers aged 18 to 25 and the sessions are on Wednesday evenings from April 6 to May 11 in Canton. Contact Shan Parfitt on 029 2057 7300.

A CHART-TOPPING artist will come to South Wales to play new material at an intimate gig. Scots-born Sandi Thom, best known for I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker, will play the Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd, on Thursday, April 7, at 8pm. Tickets cost pounds 13.50 in advance or pounds 15.50 on the door and are available from the Cultural Services Booking and Information Line on 08000 147 111.

THE CARDIFF Royal Naval Association meets on Wednesday at the Athletic Club, Westgate Street, Cardiff, at 12.30pm. The monthly meeting is at the Rumney Royal British Legion on Monday, February 14, at 7.30pm. Contact 07926 030327 or jeffhadley@hotmail. A FOOTBALL club is holding a reunion for anyone involved in its near 80-year history. Blaenrhondda AFC is holding the evening - including a meal, comedian and presentation on the history of the club - at the club on Friday, May 6. For more information on how to reserve your seat, contact CHINESE New Year celebrations including crafts, workshops and stalls, will take place in Cardiff Bay this weekend. Activities at The Red Dragon Centre today start at 11am.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Feb 5, 2011
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