Image result for hellens musicWednesday 3rd-Sunday 7th May

Join them for a 5 day celebration of music and listen to world-class artists perform, inspire local children and teach talented students from the best music colleagues in Britain.

  • Piano- Christian Blackshaw
  • Violyn- Maya Iwabuchi, Markus Daunert
  • Viola- Mate Szcus
  • Cello- Bruno Delepelaire
  • Double Bass- Waldemar Schwiertz

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A NIGHT ON BROADWAY!!! Saturday 3rd September 2016

Featuring a hand picked 30+ orchestra and soloists, this special charity concert will explore Broadway like never before!

Celebrating Broadway’s finest ever composers, lyricists and their songs, the concert will take you on a musical journey from the Golden Age of Broadway, right to the very present. Songs from timeless shows such as: West Side StoryThe King and I, Guys and DollsWickedLes MisérablesThe Phantom of the Opera and more, all presented to you live on stage in their original Broadway orchestrations and arrangements. A must-see for any musical theatre fan!

All profits donated to St Michael’s Hospice


Tickets for this event are going FAST! so book them ASAP via this link 


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Get your sari’s and warm up those wrists because it’s Bollywood night at the Left Bank.

The good people at ‘Strictly Hereford’ are hosting an evening of Bollywood dance workshops, food and entertainment.

There’s more info below, or if you have any questions check out the event’s Facebook page here. Continue reading

Hereford Blues Club Benefit @ Booth Hall Hereford


Something for everyone – acoustic blues, funky blues, hard rock, electric cello music and hopefully an amazing jam at the end.

Musicians/Bands to include: Mark Pontin Group with special guest George Jones from Son of Man – The Troy Redfern Band – Sonia Hammond-Oakes and Adrian Crick – Ann Duggan and Rob Hines – The Cluedo Club – John Snocken – The Kin – The Black Lines


DATE: 15th July, 2016

TIME: 6pm, doors open from 4pm


LOCATIONHereford HR1 2LW Get Directions, by car, or by public transport

Chepstow Festival 24th June- 24th July 2016

downloadWith more open- air theatre productions than anywhere else in Wales, great music, inspiring and informative talks, poetry, dance and dancing, running and racing and finishing with fireworks to round off the bi-centenary celebrations of the beautiful Wye Bridge the Chepstow Festival is a four week long celebration of the Arts and community in the town and surrounds. Visit the website to find out more about each event and the latest news at

Showcasing more of the towns extraordinary  talent is ” Bands on the Bandstand” the free music summer Sunday afternoons funded by Chepstow Town Council, at the truly beautiful venue of the riverside gardens overlooking the River Wye and its graceful 200 year old bridge.

During this years festival you will hear chepstow  Voice Choir, the Monmouth Big Band, the Don Fox Scandal a young chepstow band singing funk rock jazz swing and blues all together for an irresistibly dance-able set ( so get your dancing shoes on).  Twysted River who took inspiration for their name from the beautiful River Wye, playig an exciting mix of Blues Rock and coming from further afield the FB Pocket Orchestra on the last Sunday of the the festival River Wye bridge celebration afternoon, takes listeners back in time to the hot jazz, blues, ragtime and popular dances of the 1920’s and 30s and even earlier.

In the even more splendid surroundings of the lower courtyard of our majestic medieval castle, enjoying the beauty of being outdoors but with the benefit of the canopy for protection, the Chepstow Music centre showcase in the evening of Sunday 10th July, presents the best of local talent- ensembles and individual performances, including the community orchestra, gospel choir, jazz bands, madrigal and renaissance brass groups.

The castle walls will resound to music of a very different kind, when Chepstow musical youth theatre, seniors, bring Disney camp rock: The musical to town! This new musical, based on the hit Disney channel original movies camp rock and camp rock 2: The final jam opens with Mitchie and her friends arriving at camp rock ready to spend another summer jamming out and having the time of their lives. But the new flashy camp star across the lake now threatens camp rocks very existence. CMYT will be giving three evenings performances and a Saturday matinee from Thursday 14th to Saturday 15th July.


Tel: 01291 625981

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Friday 6th May- Chris Packham- 7pm £9, tickets from Rossiter Books

Saturday 7th May- Measure for Measure: Globe on screen, 7:30pm  Tickets £12 and £10

Sunday 8th May- Mark Steel: Who Do I Think I am, 8pm tickets £15

Friday 13th May- An Evening Of Dirty Dancing: The Tribute Show 7:30pm tickets £18.50

Saturday 14th May- ED ACZEL: The random flapping of a butterfly’s wings. 8pm tickets £12

Wednesday 18th- Saturday 21st May: Relatively speaking off center theater. 7:30pm tickets £10

Sunday 22nd May: Monmouth- waldrown variety show. FREE TICKETS 6pm

Thursday 26th May: The Gruffalo and friends with Julia Donaldson- 4:30pm tickets £12 and £9 ( under 16’s)




Friday 29th April – Thursday 12th May , The Jungle Book (PG),

  • 29th-5th: everyday at 5pm &7:30pm Additional matinees on sat/sun/mon at 12:39pm &2:45PM.
  • 6th-12th: Friday at 12:30 only, sat 12:30pm, 2:45pm and 5pm
  • sunday at 12:30pm and 2:45pm
  • Monday- Thursday 5pm ONLY

The man who knew infinity ( 12a)

  • Sunday 22nd- Thursday 26th May
  • Sunday 2pm ONLY
  • Monday- Wednesday 4:45pm & 7:30pm
  • Thursday 7:30 pm ONLY
  • Additional matinee wed 2pm

Trumbo ( 15)

  • Monday 9th- Thursday 12th may
  • Everyday at 7:30pm
  • Matinees wednesday 2pm & 4:45pm

The Angry Birds Movie (u)

  • Friday 27th may – Thursday 2nd June
  • Friday at 5pm ONLY
  • Sat-Thur 2:30pm and 5 pm

Zootropolis ( pg)

  • sat 21st- sunday 22nd may
  • sat 12pm and 2:15pm
  • Sunday at noon ONLY

Florence Foster Jenkins (12a)

  • Friday 27th may- Thursday 2nd June
  • Daily at 7:30pm

Booking tickets: Online at or phone 01600 772 467





La Boheme

Swansea City Opera, for over 10 years, has a proud history of producing high quality touring opera. Following the successful 2015 tour of Faust Swansea City Opera are bringing the classic opera La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini to 25 small to medium theatres across the UK. This particular production is sung in English and features a pre-performance talk.

Tickets for this production are available from



Mimi Rebecca Goulden
Musetta Angharad Morgan
Rodolfo Shaun Dixon & Andrew Dickinson
Marcello Håkan Vramsmo
Schaunard Mark Saberton
Colline Marcin Gessler
Benoit & Alcindoro Paul Hudson

Theatre Dates ( within 70 miles )

09/04/2016 The Riverfront, Newport
15/04/2016 The Courtyard, Hereford
23/04/2016 Borough Theatre, Abergavenny
04/05/2016 Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
06/05/2016 Taliesin Theatre, Swansea
26/05/2016 Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury



Start time: 7:30 pm-9:45 pm

Cost: £21, concessions £20

Phone: 01874 690254


Flute and Harp Concert at The Lion Ballroom, Herefordshire February 7 3:00 pm – 4:45 pm

The lovely Lion Ballroom in Leominster will be filled with the beautiful sounds of flute and harp during this concert given by flautist Sarah Newbold and harpist Katherine Thomas. Besides playing as a duo under the name Dragonfly, they each have successful orchestral and solo careers. Their varied programme will include much French music of the mid and late Romantic period, a short piece by Haydn, an arrangement by Chopin and Hamilton Harty’s atmospheric ‘In Ireland’. This promises to be an uplifting and inspiring afternoon of music when you can hear these beautiful instruments in the hands of superb musicians. Tickets from the Orpheus Box Office on 01905 570979, online at or from Roundabout Stationery, Broad Street, Leominster.

Price- 12 (st £6)

Organizer: Espressivo

Phone: 01568 589169