Glynneath-born comedian, singer and entertainer Max Boyce MBE will be coming to Blaenavon World Heritage Town next year as part of his Spring 2016 Tour.
Max Boyce is one of the most successful entertainers in Welsh history, having sold more than two million albums over four decades. The iconic Welsh singer’s most famous hit Hymns and Arias, which first appeared on Boyce's debut album Max Boyce In Session in 1971, is traditionally sung at Wales’ rugby matches.
Fans will be able to see Max Boyce perform on Friday 19 February at Blaenavon Workmen’s Hall. Tickets are £25 plus £1 booking fee and will be sold from Thursday 26th November at the Congress Theatre in Cwmbran and the Blaenavon World Heritage Centre.
Max Boyce MBE commented: “I have always been impressed with the Workmen’s Hall and the history behind it.
“It’s great that old mining communities have a theatre to be proud of, and I am really looking forward to returning to Blaenavon after so many years"
Chair of the World Heritage Committee, Gareth Davies said: “It is an honour to have such an iconic Welsh entertainer come to Blaenavon’s World Heritage Town.
“This will create a lot of excitement in Blaenavon, and I hope that more Welsh entertainers will see that Blaenavon Workmen’s Hall provides a great setting for future shows.”
For information about tickets please call the Congress Theatre on 01633 868239 or Blaenavon World Heritage Centre on 01495 742333. For more information about the tour, please visit www.maxboyce.co.uk
Posted on: Monday 23rd November 2015