Ten things to do in South West Wales Wales this weekend, September 21-23
1. Folk rockers The Levellers will be entertaining the crowds at Port Talbot's Princess Royal Theatre on Sunday. 7.30pm, tickets £19.50.
2. Talented youngsters aged four to 18 will perform in the charity fundraiser The Best is Yet To Come at Swansea's Grand Theatre on Friday evening.
Hosted by Alex Frith, the show starts at 7pm.
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3. HomeSense in Parc Fforestfach has teamed up with home psychic Raymond Castrogiovanni, from Channel Five’s Housebusters, to offer customers a house reading in store tomorrow between 1pm and 4pm. Take along an external photo of your home and one of a favourite room.
4. A charity night raising money to take special needs children skiing gets going at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall from 7.30pm tonight.
Tickets for Ice Cool Kids Las Vegas Ball are £45.
8. The Gwalia Singers will feature in the All Saints Alive Music Festival in Oystermouth’s All Saints Church tomorrow. Soprano Celine Forrest and tenor Joshua Mills will entertain too, from 7pm.
Then the festival comes to a close on Sunday at 6pm with the Festival Choral Evensong.
Guest preacher the Rev Hugh Lervy and the All Saints Choir will feature.
9. Expert nature studies from wildlife artist David Cowdry are on show at Llangathen’s Aberglasney House.
The exhibition is open from 10am to 6pm.
10. Swansea Amateurs raise a glass to one of the giants of 20th Century songwriting, Irving Berlin, with Let’s Face The Music.
Running today and tomorrow at Swansea’s Grand Theatre, the sparkling show picks some of his many choice compositions, from Alexander’s Ragtime Band to Puttin’ On the Ritz and White Christmas.
See Lets Face The Music at 7.15pm, with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.