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FEB
2
Let's Get Quizzical
2nd February 2018 - 31st December 2018
First Friday of each month. MC Emma on the mic, free chips at half time! £2 entry fee, winner takes pot of money! Visit website
FEB
4
Lego Club
4th February 2018 - 31st December 2018
Lego Club happens every Sunday 11am to 12.30pm. Come along all ages welcome, including parents! Visit website
AUG
4
The Lion Street Gallery - The Summer group show
4th August 2018 - 16th September 2018
The Lion Street Gallery, rated as one of the best contemporary art galleries in Wales by Culture Trip, will be having a large group exhibition with 22 artists and sculptors taking part. A wide range of media on show. Open 7 days a week. Visit website
AUG
17
Friday Live: Selena In The Chapel
17th August 2018
"A Poet with a powerful message and a raw talent for turning the words on the page into well crafted storytelling, which is only heightened by her intricate guitar playing and vocal prowess." For fans of: Amy Winehouse, Bob Marley, and Tash Sultana. Visit website
AUG
18
Saturday Shenanigans: Speak, Brother
18th August 2018
Vulnerable, honest, ethereal: this is the music of Speak, Brother. Boasting a powerful indie-folk-rock sound with subtle hymnal and gospel tones, their story based anthems have drawn comparisons to the likes of Of Monsters and Men, Kodaline and Fleet Foxes. "Their mix of passion and emotive storylines are quite irresistible" - FATEA. Visit website
AUG
24
Friday Live: The Sheek Quartet
24th August 2018
Vocalist Sarah Meek and pianist Guy Shotton are two rising stars of the UK jazz scene. Fresh, classical suffused arrangements of standards and borrowed melodies from the works of Debussy and Ravel rub shoulders with interpretations of Chick Corea and Kenny Kirkland compositions. Visit website
AUG
25
A Jaunt Through The Kingdom
25th August 2018
The Globe at Hay, the Old Electric Shop and St Mary’s Church at Hay play host to three amazing events on the same day as a teaser for the Kingdom Project - a multi-platform arts, performance and music event planned for 2019 in Hay. It kicks off with the award winning stage show Coulrophobia by Pickled Image in the afternoon and is followed by two parallel evening events featuring BBC R6 Music’s Tom Ravenscroft and Don Letts, BBC R3 Late Junction presenter Max Reinhardt, Global Beats presenter Rita Ray and world famous sitarist, Sheema Mukherjee. For tickets and more info: Visit website
AUG
31
Friday Live: John Nicholas
31st August 2018
Soulful, heartfelt and real – this is the music of John Nicholas. Hailing from Bridgend, John’s music is shaped by experiences, documenting the world around him in blistering poetic fashion. On stage, he is a captivating performer, using his unique voice to confidently tell the story of his music. Visit website
SEP
1
Saturday Shenanigans: Jack Mac's Funk Pack
1st September 2018
Every gig is a party, especially when the Funk Pack is out in full force! Their purpose is to bring the thunder to the dance floor with horn bells ringing, bass drums swinging, the building rocking from side to side and the people dancing with it. Visit website
SEP
1
Coffee Morning & Jumble Sale
1st September 2018
Donations of clean jumble in good condition most welcome from Monday 20th August. Enquiries to 01497 821616 - open Monday to Friday 9am to 12 noon. Visit Facebook page
SEP
8
Saturday Shenanigans: The Hawkmen
8th September 2018
The Hawkmen draw from an array of influences such as rhythm’n’blues, soul, and rock’n’roll which they bring together in a classic, rootsy, hybrid blend. In 2017 Love Is Blind was released and features on the Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club Vol.5 compilation and received BBC 6 Music airplay. Visit website
SEP
8
h. Art
8th September 2018 - 16th September 2018
Herefordshire Art Week. Visit website
SEP
9
The Fidelio Piano Trio
9th September 2018
Darragh Morgan, violin, Adi Tal, cello and Mary Dullea, piano play works by Donnacha Dennehy,Ravel and Schoenberg at Dorstone House HR36AW at 3.00pm .Teas available after the concert. Tickets £14.00 from Richard Booths Bookshop in person,01497 820322/822010 or online. Visit website
SEP
14
Friday Live: Circes Diner
14th September 2018
A refreshing change to the UK music scene with honest lyrics & a nuance of country & folk. Twisted with the bittersweet, Circe’s Diner blend catchy hooks, infections melodies and dreamy harmonies in a unique way that voices strength, whilst baring one’s deepest vulnerabilities. Visit website
SEP
15
Abergavenny Food Festival
15th September 2018 - 16th September 2018
01874 624979. Visit website
SEP
15
Keith Nichols: From Vaudeville to The Kinema
15th September 2018
The history of popular music from 1900 to 1930 - with piano, songs, laughs and slides - including a silent movie accompaniment, by the British Heritage Award winner and staff lecturer at the Royal Academy of Music. Scott Joplin, Fats Waller, Duke Ellington. St Mary's Church, Hay HR3 5ED. £12. 7:30pm. Visit website
SEP
21
Friday Live: Dee Riley: A Wonderfully Weird Evening Of Magic
21st September 2018
Dee Riley is a multi award winning stage and close up magician specialising in live cabaret entertainment. Dee hosts comedy, cabaret & burlesque evenings and has 7 weekly residencies from Mayfair to Covent Garden and all over London. "Love it!" Fern Britton. "Fantastic" David Emanuel. Visit website
SEP
22
Saturday Shenanigans: Alden, Patterson and Dashwood
22nd September 2018
Norwich based folk trio Alden, Patterson and Dashwood weave rich vocal harmonies, fiddle, dobro, guitar and mandolin around beautifully written original songs and melodies.It's lovely stuff. Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2 Folk Show 2016. Album Of The Year Editors Choice. ROOTS Magazine 2016. Visit website
SEP
28
Friday Live: Swing Caravan
28th September 2018
The Swing Caravan is a musical adventure brought to you by the great tradition of Gypsy Jazz, where Django classics meet original swing interpretations. Visit website
SEP
29
Saturday Shenanigans: Keith James - The Songs of Leonard Cohen
29th September 2018
With a lifetime reputation of performing in this exact way and an undying love of the ‘pure song’ Keith James gives you a concert of Cohen’s amazing material in the most intimate and sensitive way imaginable, exposing the solitary inner strength of his greatest songs in their original perfect form. Visit website
OCT
7
Volksrenije Choir of St Petersburg
7th October 2018
At 3.00 pm in St Mary's Church,Hayon Wye. A return visit of this outstanding and ever-popular Russian choir with a programme of secular and religious music. Tickets £12.00 from Richard Booth's Bookshop in person at 01497 820322/822010 or online. Visit website
OCT
12
Only Fools and Boycie - An Evening with John Challis
12th October 2018
Enjoy an intimate evening with John Challis, one of the nation's greatest comedy actors, best known as Boycie in BBC1's Only Fools and Horses. In this one-off show the national treasure will reveal secrets from the set with stories and anecdotes from his dazzling career. Visit website
OCT
13
An Evening of Octets and Serenades
13th October 2018
5.00pm in St Mary's Church, Craswall. An evening of music performed by the Harmonie. The central work is Mozart’s Serenade No. 12 in C minor ("Nachtmusik"). For more information and to book tickets, Visit website or email bookings@concertsforcraswall.org. Tickets £12 (students £6)
NOV
5
Black Mountains Lions Bonfire & Firework Display
5th November 2018
Baskerville Hall, Clyro. Gates Open 6pm. Bonfire Lit at 6.45pm and Fireworks 7pm. Adults £4, Children £1. Free Car-Parking. Variety of Stalls including Soup and Hotdogs!!
NOV
6
The Amyas Ensemble and Duo Maddelina
6th November 2018
7.00pm in St Mary's Church,Hay on Wye Secular and sacred medieval music from England,France and the Netherlands on lute,woodwind,veille-a-roue and voices. Tickets £12.00 (students £6.00) from Richard Booth's Bookshop, in person, 01497 820322/822010 or Visit website for info and tickets, or at the door.
NOV
22
Hay Festival Winter Weekend
22nd November 2018 - 25th November 2018
More info: Visit website.
NOV
23
Christmas Lights ‘The Big Switch ON!’
23rd November 2018
Venue: Cheese Market / Memorial Carpark. Time: 5pm – 7.30pm (lights switch-on at approximately 6pm). It’s free, just turn up! See Hay-on-Wye transformed into a winter wonderland brimming with festive cheer! Visit website
NOV
23
Hay Winter Weekend
23rd November 2018 - 25th November 2018
The festival offers four days of family fun within the picturesque surrounds of the Hay’s independent bookshops, cafés, and markets.
NOV
24
Fairtrade Christmas Market
24th November 2018
Fairtrade Hay's annual Christmas market brings the best fairly traded gifts, textiles, tools and foods from around the world to Hay's butter market, along with festive music, food and drink. Support crafts people in vulnerable communities at Christmas time by buying fair trade. Info: Louise, 01497 820069
NOV
24
Hay-on-Wye Winter Food Festival
24th November 2018
Over 50 companies, 10-4pm. Memorial Car Park, Middle of town. Free Entry. Contact Andrew Powell, 07779 012019
NOV
25
Hay Does Vintage
25th November 2018
Hay Does Vintage returns to the Market Square. Over 50 vintage and retro traders. Vintage tearoom, Jewellery Curios, Vintage Clothes, Furniture and much more. 10.30 till 4.30. Visit website
DEC
11
Elizabeth Manahan Thomas,soprano and Elizabeth Kenny,lute
11th December 2018
7.00pm in St Mary's Church HR3 5EB. Elen Manahan Thomas,famous for singing at the royal wedding, and the fine lutenist Elizabeth Kenny in a programme of winter songs and carols. Tickets £15.00 (students £7.50) from Richard Booth's bookshop,in person,01497 820322/822010 or Visit website for info and tickets.
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