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OYE SANTANA 15TH March 2024 postponed until 14th JUNE 2024

Oye Santana in concert Cardiff WalesRegrettably we have just been informed that one of the key members of the band requires an operation with a 3 month recovery period and will not be available for the above date.
We have therefore rescheduled the event on their request to the 14th June 2024. All tickets and tables will be automatically transferred to the new date.
If you are unable to make this new date then you can request a refund by emailing by the 5th December 2023. After this date the venues no refund ticket policy will be strictly applied.
We apologies for any inconvenience / disappointment caused by this change.

Amy Wadge – Events on 11th and 12th December 2023 – Postponed

Sadly Amy has recently suffered a family bereavement and understandably has made the decision to postpone the two events until 2024.
We will email all ticket holders once Amy has had an opportunity to consider suitable dates to hold the rescheduled concerts. All tickets and tables will remain valid for the new dates, however if you would like a refund now, we can arrange this but you will then forfeit tickets for the future date.
When the new date is announced if you cannot make the new date, you will be able to request a refund at that time.
We have sent our condolences to Amy and her family and I know you will understand the difficult decision that Amy has made at this time.
We apologise for any disappointment caused but look forward to seeing Amy in 2024.

Laura Evans Concert review by Gary Spiller for MPM

“I’m proud where I am from” beams angelic Welsh songstress Laura Evans, furthering “Even though I moved away so young.

Just 20 miles down the road from her Cynon Valley roots it’s so clearly evident that this talented lass will never let her keen sense of identity slip. So much so that, whilst out in Nashville, she penned “Take Me Back Home”, beautiful words and notes of tribute to her birthplace. Smiling so very broadly as “Aberdare” passes her lips, during the track, the hugely appreciative crowd cheer loudly; seemingly there’s a good few in from the former iron and coal town.

This evening’s venue, Acapela, is a new one to us but with acts as diverse as established outfits like The Christians and Fairport Convention through to emerging talents Morganway and Adwaith playing here it’s one to clearly keep an eye upon. Housed in a grade II listed former Horeb Presbyterian Chapel this is a venue that has, simultaneously, a spacious feel yet with an intimate vibrancy. Nearing its 200th anniversary inside there’s ample room with a three-sided gallery, complete with panelled pews, overlooking the ground floor. Which this evening is tastefully appointed with seating and tables.


To read the full review visit MPM – click here 


Regrettably we have been informed by the band that due to the fact that Been has fallen and broken her hand they have no choice but to reschedule the concert.
As a result the band will play on the 1st February 2024. All tickets and tables have been automatically transferred to the new date.
If you are unable to make the new date please request a refund by the 16th November 2023 by emailing – after this date our NO TICKET REFUND POLICY will be strictly applied.
We apologise for any disappointment caused.

REVIEW – The Anchoress in concert 30th September 2023

Some places are just special, and that magic often seeps through into the performances that take place in them.

One such place is Acapela Studio, a converted chapel in the village of Pentyrch, kind of in Cardiff but not, lying as it does in the countryside on the other side of the M4. I’ve been here many times and it’s a lovely space – that also serves delicious pizza to hungry audients, so what’s not to like? The table area downstairs is relaxed and open, the pews upstairs are much more comfortable than they used to be, the ale is delicious and there’s always a warm welcome.

Read the rest of this review from The Progressive Aspect website – click here

Photo courtesy of Nick Baker

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