We’re delighted to be working with Happy Faces Children’s Charity for their summer variety show Seaside Special.
Taking place in Llandudno Town Hall, the shows feature Carly, Adam Black, the Ukelele Party, and the Linzi Grace Dancers, as well as Jay Gatling.
The first performance of the season is on Wednesday 24th of May, and the shows run every Wednesday until the 4th of October. Doors open at 7.15pm and the show starts at 8pm
Tickets are £7 for adults, £6 for children and are on sale in the Town Hall Monday through Wednesday, or can be booked by calling Ray on 07968 957177.
All proceeds go to Happy Faces Children’s Charity
The recent Spring Fun days in Prestatyn have been reported on by two local newspapers, the Rhyl Journal and the North Wales Pioneer.
You can read both articles in full by clicking on the images below
Jay will be at Wigfair Hall in St Asaph on Sunday the 14th of May for their Wedding Open Day.
Wigfair Hall is a Grade II listed building, and the Open Day is the perfect time to walk around the stunning stately home, and see why this is such an amazing wedding venue.
You can find more details about the event on their Facebook page, or on their website.
Jay and Erwyd were in the local news again this week, after performing at the Spring Fun Days in Prestatyn.
Spring Fun was the first event organised by new events coordinator at Prestatyn Town Council, Kimberley Edmunds.
Kimberley said: “Everyone had an extremely fun filled time. People travelled from outside the area as well as coming from within the town due to the fact that the event took place towards the end of the school holiday rather than the main Easter weekend when there is a lot of competition for activities to get involved with.
It was lovely seeing families working together to solve the treasure hunt and seeing the joy on the faces when they solved the clues to create a word and win their prizes.
“The street shows and walkabout entertainment provided by Erywd Le Fol and Jay Gatling was hugely successful. Many families returned for the second day of the event just to see them perform again.”
You can view the full article on the Rhyl Journal website, or by clicking on the image to the left.
Following the news that Jay has been named the official Wizard of the Conwy Tournament, we were delighted to receive a letter of congratulations from Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy.
I am writing to congratulate you on being selected as the official Conwy Tournament Wizard by Conwy Chamber of Trade.
It must have been a fabulous surprise and you should be extremely proud of the fact that you were chosen, given the high number of applicants.
The Tournament sounds wonderful and it is fabulous to hear that you will be performing over the two day event, I am certain the crowds will be spell bound by your wizardry.
All that remains is for me to wish you every success for the event and best wishes for the future.
Janet Finch-Saunders AM/AC