First taste of opera
LITTLE ones can get a taste of opera at Neath's Gwyn Hall tomorrow with A Real Princess (above).
This sweet fairytale for under-7s tells the story of a prince's quest to find a bride, with the performance unfolding at 1pm.
Based on the Hans Christian Anderson classic The Princess and the Pea, the production sees singers and musicians from the chorus and orchestra of Welsh National Opera take to the stage.
Join the Waterfront Nippers tomorrow for car-themed fun.
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The group gets together at Swansea's Waterfront Museum at 10.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 3.30pm.
Saturday is a good day to visit the museum too as the Penydarren steam loco will be firing up.
The working replica of the world's first steam locomotive always pulls a crowd and on Saturday it rolls at noon and at 3.30pm.
Swansea's Sin City welcomes a clutch of acts to the venue tomorrow, featuring Prayntell, Nanook of the North and Nebula.
Doors open at 7.30pm and the night is for ages 16 and over.
Shirley Temple brings a little sparkle to Carmarthen on Saturday and Sunday at Carmarthen Antiques Fair.
Alongside rare mahogany furniture, fine china and paintings at the town's showgrounds, will be a vintage postcard advertising Shirley Temple's visit to Llanelli in 1936. She appeared at The Palace, in Market Street, opposite the old Police Station.