Abbey Players Productions are bringing Ian Flemmings 'CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG' show to Swansea at the Grand Theatre in October.
With the car, stunning backdrops and beautiful costumes, and with a cast of children and professional actors that will give this well loved and famous show a must-see occasion. The show has got to be one of the biggest shows the Grand Theatre as put on.
Directed by Kathryn Wheel with musical director Jonathon Lycett the show will run from the 24th to the 27th October 2018.
The show is from the MGM Motion Picture film 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.'
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Mumbles enjoy the festival spirit
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Hundreds of residents and tourists descended on Newton Road in the Mumbles for their annual summer festival.
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EASTSIDE CARNIVAL BIGGEST YET
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The Eastside Carnival is on Saturday 4 August this year and is said to be the biggest yet. It starts at the terminus in Port Tennant. It will then move up Port Tennant Road, Danygraig Road and through St Thomas to Grenville Park where there will be lots of stalls, funfare rides, entertainment on a makeshift stage and lots more.
As usual the Parade will be escorted through the streets by the Glamorgan Constabulary Police Re-enactment Group officer supported by the South Wales Police.
People from all over the county descended on Bridgend Town for the Classic Car Show on Saturday. Three streets were set aside for the vintage and classic cars supported by the Glamorgan Classic Car Club.
On the high street, you could find the tented traders including their monthly street market. Their indoor market craft fayre was held on Saturday too.
There was live music throughout the day with plenty of food and cold drinks to keep you fresh on this beautiful sunny day.
Councillor Richard Young, Mayor of Bridgend County Borough, paid a visit to the event and was pleased with the organization and presentation of the show.
The Glamorgan Constabulary Police Re-enactment group sent along a Sergent to make sure everything ran smoothly. Sgt., Paul William Harris said: "Bridgend is a quaint little town that lends itself to this kind of show. Its been a fantastic day with lots of photo-shoots done with people and cars."
The road was closed for this event from the White Rose pub to Oystermouth School junction from 5 pm until 10 pm.
An array of entertainments and activities were set up along both sides of the road, a samba parade by the Bloco Vale Samba Band started at the bottom of Newton Road at 6.30pm and headed up to the school and back down again.
The Band was escorted up the busy road by a Victorian Policeman from the Glamorgan Constabulary Police Re-enactment Group.
There was live music all around the village featuring performances from Twin Peaks, Papa Gee, Connor Burns and Gareth Cornfield.
There was plenty of things to keep the kids entertained with a carousel, kids rides and face painting.
Street food was available, and there were pop-up Al Fresco seating areas.
The shops also remained open for late night shopping opportunities.
This years event entitled, 'Mumbles Here Comes Summer.', brought in hundreds of tourists to the area and car parking just about coped.