Monday, 21 September 2009

Popstar Faulkner among Brangwyn autumn fun

Popstar Newton Faulkner is among the entertainment lined up for Swansea's Brangwyn Hall over coming months.

The 24-year-old singer and guitarist is best known for his dreadlocks and singles such as Dream Catch Me and I Need Something.

He'll be performing at the Brangwyn Hall on October 22 at 7.30pm.

His appearance is confirmed in a new brochure that outlines all events at the attraction taking place this autumn and winter.

Other highlights include a Murder, Mystery and Madness by Candlelight concert on November 22 featuring music written by famous composers who sometimes led chaotic and unusual lives.

Handel's Messiah returns on December 19 to mark the 250th anniversary of the musician's death and a special Christmas by Candlelight concert is being held on December 23.

Dunvant Male Voice Choir, the Swansea Philharmonic Orchestra and Korean piano prodigy Young Choon-Park are also among the line-up.

Richard Hawley, one of the founder members of Britpop band The Longpigs in the 1990s who's also performed with Pulp, will take to the stage on October 16.

Tracy Ellicott, Swansea Council's Brangwyn Hall Manager, said: "The Brangwyn Hall is internationally renowned as a classical music venue with superb acoustics that attracts orchestras and singers from all over the world.

"Our line-up for the coming autumn and winter season should please all ages as there's music to cater for all tastes.

"I'd urge people to take a look at our brochure and found out about everything that's been arranged."

Visit to download a brochure or call 01792 635432 to request a hard copy.


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