What's On This Weekend: Anything Goes it seems!

By Nub News Reporter

9th Mar 2023 | Local News

Penarth Pavilion
Penarth Pavilion

There's mix of music, food and fundraising featured in our article about What's On in Penarth this weekend

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The Concept Players will be taking to the stage at Penarth's Paget Rooms this evening with the start of the three night run of 'Anything Goes'.

Anything Goes at the Paget Rooms.

This colourful musical comedy is set upon a transatlantic liner heading from New York to England with a motley bunch of passengers and crew.

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Penarth Conservative Club will be playing host to a fundraising event for Cancer Research on Saturday.

A coffee afternoon will run from 2pm until 3.45pm.

There will be a range of stalls including Bric a Brac, Cakes, Jams & Chutneys, Lucky Dip Parcels and a Raffle.

Sunday brings sample of things to come from the summer's Penarth Chamber Music Festival.

Penarth Pavilion will feature the talents of Lucy Gould and Emily Nebel on violin, David Adams (viola) and cellist Alice Neary.

David Adams

All proceeds from Sunday's event will go towards the Penarth Chamber Music Festival 2023.

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