I will be appearing on Wynne Evans show on NBBC Radio Wales tomorrow talking about some of the strange things that have happened to people taking part in the Creepy Carmarthen Tour – all courtesy of the ghosts in the old police cells. From kicks on the skin to the feeling of having hands wrapped around your neck as well as the time a spook made himself known to me on a tour last September. Listen in on BBC Radio Wales at around 11.45 tomorrow morning.
Jake has done it again! Another award nomination – this time for “Treasure Island” – the Christmas panto at Singapore Rep. It is up for a “Best Theatre For The Young” award from The regional newspaper The Straits Times. OK, it not quite the Oscars but it is great to see some recognition for the Brunger-Cleary writing team.
Just three weeks to go until the return of The Creepy Carmarthen Tour, exploring the town’s “horrible history. There has already been lots of interest by phone and on email and the Easter walks, on Wednesdays March 23rd and 30th, are bound to be busy. The Tourist Information Office is taking bookings as usual on 01267 231557.
The next Carmarthen Storytelling evening takes place one week today (on Tuesday 8th March) when Phil Okwedy will be our guest teller. “Will And The Welsh Black Cattle” weaves together six stories into one. A poor farmer defies death at the hands of his brothers and then sets out along the old drover’s roads of Wales. Phil – who runs the Tenby Storytelling Cafe – is a terrific teller and I know that we are in for a great evening. Come early to get a good seat!