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1. Catrin Finch Classical Cafe

Acapela Studio, Cardiff

(Fri 16 June, 8pm, Tickets: £10)

Welsh harpist Catrin Finch presents her brand new project ‘Classical Cafe’ at Cardiff’s Acapela studio. Come along for a chance to experience an exceptionally talented new generation of classical artists from all around the world. This bi-monthly event is aided by WIAV and Bryn Terfel’s Harlequin Agency.

2. The Camelia Jazz Band

Cafe Jazz, Cardiff

(Tue 13 June, 8:30-11pm, Tickets: £4.50/ £4 for members)

Cafe Jazz presents traditional jazz from the 1920s and 30s. Enjoy dinner and a show at a relaxed environment with a bar and restaurant. The music starts at 8:30pm.

3. Good Mourning Mrs Brown: Mrs Brown’s Boys

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

(Wed 14 June, 7pm, Tickets: £32.99)

The Radio Times voted it as the Best British Sitcom of the 21st century. Believe it or not. The award-winning Mrs. Brown returns to UK arenas as Cardiff’s Motorpoint hosts Good Mourning Mrs Brown. In this show we see Agnes Brown planning Granddad’s funeral. The only problem is granddad isn’t dead. Arena provides disability access.

4. Mumbo Jumbo

Penarth Acoustic Club, Penarth

(Fri 16 June, 8pm, Tickets: £7)

The band has been described as ‘a close-harmony, eclectic, semi-acoustic piano-led wonder.’ A band that produces a unique voltaic sound. Oliver, Phil and Chris play nine instruments and produce strong harmonies, including songs with stories and self-deprecating humour.

5. Hells Bells

The Globe, Cardiff

(Sat 17 June, 7:30pm, Tickets: £13.50)

This AC/DC tribute band has sold out shows all over the country. The Australian Hells Bells are an act not to be missed by fans. Hosted by the Globe, one of Cardiff’s hubs for live music.

6. Sweet Baboo

Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

(Fri 16 June, 7:30pm, Tickets: £11)

Welshman Stephen Black aka as Sweet Baboo is ‘a single minded, idiosyncratic singer possessing an ear for sparkling melody.’ Join Black for a night in Cardiff were he plays his latest songs and some ’funked-up’ versions of his older songs.

7. Jesus Jones

The Globe, Cardiff

(Fri 16 June, 7:30pm, Tickets: £16.50)

A night at The Globewatching a rejuvenating and electric performance by the alternative rock band from Wiltshire.

8. Flowers Must Die

The Moon, Cardiff

(Fri 16 June, 9pm, Tickets: Free)

Don’t miss this performance by the psychedelic Swedish rock band Flowers Must Die. A unique show with a blend of instrumental music; part composition and part jam.

9. Natives

Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

(Mon 12 June, 7pm, Tickets £9.35)

Enjoy an electric performance by the Natives, from the New Forest, Hampshire.

10. Limmy

The Glee Club, Cardiff

(Mon 12 June, 8pm, Tickets: £17.60)

Join Limmy for an introduction of his second book That’s Your Lot and an evening filled with comedic story sharing, a book singing and a Q&A.


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