An action-packed evening of wall-to-wall music, song and dance will be raising money for Amnesty International at Rhosygilwen on Saturday.

There'll be a chance to sing along with some of the cast of Rhosygilwen's fabulous summer production of 'West Side Story'; be entertained by Celtic bouzouki – and back by popular demand to get your feet tapping and up onto the dance floor will be the amazing Hornettes.

With their sequins, comedy and beehive wigs, they will take you back in time as they sing hit after hit from the Motown era, 1960s girl groups and beyond.

If you can stay on your feet, finish the night dancing to Lundy, a new locally based band, performing compelling and inventive original material.

Beautiful melodies are balanced with tight rhythms and dark undertones, off-centre but on target.

The lyrics are curious and evocative with familiar themes seen from fresh angles.

Punchy, poetic and energetic, the band members are: Richard Turner, keyboards, vocals and songwriter; Will Cobbett, guitar, bass and vocals; Kev Griffiths, guitar, bass and vocal; Gurney Peterson, drums and sound re-enforcement.

Although this is a new project the various members are well known on the west Wales music scene.

In addition Mererid Hopwood, the first woman to win the bardic chair at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, will introduce the evening.

Bar will be open, with light refreshments, raffle, with lots of exciting prizes, and an opportunity to make cards and sign letters as usual in the foyer.

Tickets in advance from Rhosygilwen at £12 or £15 on the door. Go to or ring 01239 841387.