Great days out this weekend
OWEN Money (above) will be in his element at Port Talbot's Princes Royal Theatre tomorrow, with Crepes, Drapes and Ponytails.
The juke-box show finds him in a crowded basement club in 1963, with a live band on stage. Owen steps up as club owner Rockin' Ronnie Rickenbacker and there is little chance of keeping him away from the mike.
Things get going at 7.30pm.
Expect classical favourites to ring out at the Adelina Patti Theatre at Craig-y-Nos, with
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An Evening of Song from David Vaughan-Lewis.
His vocal students join him in concert on Saturdaywith popular arias and highlights from musical theatre and the classical world.
The charity night begins at 7.30pm in aid of Ty Hafan Children's Hospice. Call 01639 700226 or 07748161963 for tickets.
Chart a course to Margam Park on Sunday to find a bargain at South Wales Boat Jumble.
The nautical sale opens at 10am.
Radio Mumbles, in conjunction with The MOre Green Project, host a fundraising Pints, Poems, Storytelling & Sea-Shantys session at The West Cross Inn tomorrow.
Things unfold at 8pm with a raffle and a buffet laid on.
Any other poets/storytellers who would like to contribute to the evening should get in touch with the station at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Performance art, installations and other eye-catching pieces will be unveiled at Swansea's
Tapestri Bar in High Street from tomorrow.
The show, called Second, opens at 7.30pm with screenings and performance work throughout the evening.
Works by Tracy Harris, Tom Warren, Nicole Cluckie, Ben Ross, Bruce Risdon and others feature.
A lyrical look at the origins of surfing makes for a lovely screening at Swansea University's Taliesin Arts Centre tomorrow from 7.30pm
The Endless Winter — A Very British Surf Movie charts the rising tide of the surf scene in the UK, with some of the top surfing spots on Gower and Port Talbot featured.