Live Music

Tuesday, 20 June, 2017 - 19:00



Award-winning West End and Broadway sensation John Owen-Jones has enjoyed massive critical acclaim for his show-stopping performances in the lead role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables and the title role in The Phantom of the Opera. 
Join him for a night of truly unforgettable music as he performs all your favourite show tunes including Bring Him Home from Les Miserables and Music of the Night from The Phantom of the Opera. 
OED / AGE 14 +
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Wednesday, 21 June, 2017 - 19:30

Take a trip back to the swinging sixties and join Brian Poole, Len “Chip” Hawkes and Dave Munden as they reunite on stage for a magnificent evening of nostalgia.
Backed by the hit recording stars Vanity Fare, the three people who sang on all the hits will perform classics such as Twist And Shout, Do You Love Me, Silence Is Golden, (Call Me) Number One, Suddenly You Love Me and many, many more., 
TICKETS £22.50 / £21.50
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Friday, 23 June, 2017 - 20:30

Bydd y band gwych hwn yn dychwelyd i’r ’Stute fel rhan o’i ddathliad penblwydd 27ain.
Bydd y band 11 aelod yn perfformio sioe llawn ynni i gynnwys clasuron o’r Chwechdegau a chaneuon Tamla Motown. Mae hyn yn gerddoriaeth fawr, llawn offerynnau pres, a llawn enaid ar ei orau. Mae’n ddigon i wneud i bawb godi i fyny a dawnsio!

This legendary band will be making a welcome return to the ‘Stute as part of their 27th anniversary celebrations.  

The fantastic eleven piece band will give a high energy delivery of non- stop classic Sixties Soul and Tamla Motown hits. This is big, brassy soul music at its finest. It’s enough to make anyone get up and dance!

TOCYNNAU | TICKETS £14 in advance / £16 on the door.


Friday, 22 September, 2017 - 19:30

Due to unforseen circumstances, this show has been cancelled.
Our box office are trying to contact everyone who has booked tickets in order to issue a refund. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.


Tuesday, 17 October, 2017 - 19:30

Mae’r sêr Cymreig  Rhydian, Richard ac Adam yn dod ynghyd gyda’i band byw i ddod â noswaith llawn hud o arias clasurol a chyfoes. 
Mae  Rhydian, sydd wedi ei hyfforddi’n glasurol, wedi cerfio gyrfa lwyddiannus iddo’i hun fel artist recordio ac hefyd mewn theatr gerddoriaeth, ac mae ei berfformiadau byw swynol yn parhau i hudo cynulleidfaoedd. Mae’r brodyr  Richard ac Adam yn ymuno â Rhydian, un o’r cystadleuwyr mwyaf llwyddiannus i ddod o Britain’s Got Talent.

Welsh stars Rhydian, Richard & Adam come together with their live band to bring you a truly magical evening of classical arias and contemporary songs.

Classically trained Rhydian has carved out a successful career both as a recording artist and in musical theatre, and his entrancing live performances continue to captivate audiences. Rhydian is joined on stage by brothers Richard and Adam, one of the most successful acts to emerge from Britain’s Got Talent.
TOCYNNAU £25.50 TOCYNNAU Cyfarfod a chyfarch VIP £75.50
TICKETS £25.50 VIP Meet & Greet £75.50
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Saturday, 4 November, 2017 - 19:30

A Celebration Of The Music of Jimi Hendrix & Cream
Paying homage to these first Super Groups of Classic Blues/Rock are ‘Voodoo Room.’
Voodoo Room are a new and exciting classic Power Trio, featuring some of the UKs finest musicians.
Hoping to carry the mantle of the Hamsters well on in to the future, but with a twist...
Just like the Hamsters did, they feature all your favourite "Hendrix" tunes, played with true heart and passion.
But, Voodoo Room balance their set brilliantly, by also working majestically through the best of "Cream."
Performing a kick ass show that brilliantly integrates these two massive influences on the world of classic blues/rock.
"OUTSTANDING” - Blues In The South Magazine.
TICKETS £15.50
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Prices include a booking fee of 50p per ticket