Great days out this weekend
GYPSY jazz and sultry street music is served up at Neath's Gwyn Hall tonight
Evan Christopher's Django à la Créole fuses Gypsy swing with hot sounds from New Orleans, the Caribbean and Brazil, from 7pm, with clarinet work inspired by Sidney Bechet, Jimmie Noone, and Barney Bigard.
Expect sweet, soulful sounds which covers the full spectrum of R&B, blues, country and pop when Andy Fairweather Low plugs in at Pontardawe Arts Centre with his spirited band, The Low Riders.
They do their thing on Sunday
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with a night of perfectly formed, retro-leaning tunes played with panache and skill. His latest disc, Lively, which captures the spice and charm of the band live, easing their way through Slim Harpo, Henry Mancini and Lightnin' Hopkins numbers will be up for grabs on the night, from 7.30pm.
Dive into the unexpected with the 2Deep hip hop comedy duo.
They take the stage at Neath's Gwyn Hall tomorrow at 7.30pm.
Expect music, physical set pieces and a futuristic twist.
The Challenger space shuttle disaster of 1986 is the subject of an illustrated talk today by Fi Scott.
The Tycoch Thursday Club event is at Sketty Baptist Church hall, Carnglas Road, from 7.30pm.
The battles, the domestic lives and the nitty gritty of life at war will be brought to life at a re-enactors weekend at Port Talbot's Margam Park on Saturday .
WW2 and CURS — The Bedford Boys — gather at 10am.
Eerie events are lined up at Cardiff's Techniquest with their Spooky Science week.
Kids can see a pumpkin carve itself and a coin scream.
And they can have a go at sitting on a bed of nails.
See the show at Techniquest's Science Theatre, Stuart Street, from Saturday to Sunday, November 4.
Join in the adventures of Toad, Ratty and Mole as they mess about on the river in Wind In The Willows. Port Talbot's Princess Royal Theatre welcomes a Broadway musical version of the children's classic on Monday at 7pm.
Neath's Victoria Gardens lays on some screams on Saturday.
Their Halloween events include a fancy dress contest crafts, carved pumpkins, and ghost stories with Neath Amateur Operatic Society from 5pm to 7pm.
The Hairy Bikers will bring a revvy show to Cardiff's St David's Hall tomorrow. Some light eating and likeable chat is the order of the night from 7.30pm.