Find out whats on in South Wales this week
The multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning Slipknot will be performing at Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena on Monday 8th February. Limited tickets left, and there’s a meet and greet with the band available too.
One not to miss – Geordie comedian Sarah Millican is coming to Swansea for one night only. Outsider will be held at Swansea Grand Theatre, Thursday 11th February.
All Time Low will be joined by Good Charlotte for the Back To The Future Hearts arena tour. Catch the bands performing at the Motorpoint Arena, Wednesday 10th February
Singer, songwriter and the former frontman of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics is back on the road. Paul Carrick is live at Swansea Grand Theatre, 9th February.
The Figaro Forever season is coming to the Wales Millennium Centre. The Barber of Seville is a fast pace opera with lots of twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat, and running from 13-23 Feb.
Wales take on Scotland at the Principality Stadium on Saturday 13th February. If you’re one of the unlucky ones who couldn’t get hold of tickets then fear not. The pubs and bars in the capital will be packed with fans watching the game. St Mary’s Street will look like a warzone in the aftermath.
For those looking to do something for Valentine’s day, why not watch the National Orchestra of Wales perform Romeo and Juliet at St Davids hall on Sunday 14th February.
British band Wet Wet Wet are coming to Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, Wednesday 9th February for the Big Picture Tour. The band have sold over 15 million records so expect a night of classic hits as well as songs from their latest number 1 album Picture This which includes Julia Says and Don’t Want to Forgive Me Now.
Early 2000s punk is on its way to Cardiff University Students Union on Thursday 11th February as the Kerrang tour featuring Sum 41 is coming to the city.
words KATIE BELLIS, photo NADIA MORGAN