'Slepjan', a major Welsh concert is coming to Cardiff - in aid of Living Room Cardiff
- Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Living Room Cardiff's annual anniversary concert is taking place at The Readon Smith lecture theatre (next to the museum) on Saturday 8 September at 7pm.
Wynford Ellis Owen (a.k.a Syr Wynff ap Concord y Bos), Chief Executive of the Living Room Cardiff, said, “The concert is going to be quite a night! The last time my alter ego and Plwmsan (Mici Plwm) were together on stage was at the Rhyl National Eisteddfod in 1985. All I remember from that night is the sound of laughter as we collapsed in giggles for no reason whatsoever followed soon after by the whole of the Pavilion – and that was that!
Wynford Ellis Owen, Chief Executive of Living Room Cardiff, will be on stage as Syr Wynff ap Concord y Bos, with his previous side-kick, Mici Plwm. Wynford said: “Syr Wynff’s trademark glasses, hat and coat are a little tighter than I remember but the spark between us will I’m sure be instantaneous. It is a great honour for both of us to be able to share the stage with such fantastic musicians and it promises to be a great gig.
“It is incredible to think a year has already passed since the Living Room Cardiff opened its doors for the first time. Slepjan! will not only be a celebration of what has been achieved to date, but also hopefully raise much needed funds to ensure the Living Room Cardiff can continue to go from strength to strength.“
Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for children and available from Spillers Records in Cardiff, Derricks Records in Swansea or online at www.sadwrn.com or by calling the Living Room Cardiff on 029 2049 3895.
Check Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Living-Room-Cardiff-Stafell-Fyw-Caerdydd/204657166266559 and Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/StafellFyw for regular updates and information on artists appearing, special guests etc.
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