Stand Up For Labour in partnership with Momentum West Wales & Pembrokeshire People's Assembly Against Austerity are to hold a cabaret and comedy gig at Haverhub, in Haverfordwest on Monday December 2 at 7pm.

They are dubbing the event; 'Tories Out - Manic Monday'.

Grace Petrie will headline the evening.

A spokesman from Pembrokeshire People's Assembly said: "We are putting on this gig as part of our ongoing campaign themed; Operation West Wales Tory Free Zone, and wish to rally support for the anti-Tory vote at this event as well as highlight the severe toll that 10 years of Tory austerity has taken upon our nation."

Tickets are available here.

There is also a Facebook event here.

A late addition to the bill; Pete the Temp is a poet and a loop station artist. His work has been featured on BBC national and international radio and TV and in 2009 he became the UK National Poetry Slam Champion. Pete has toured theatres across England with a one man show ‘Pete (the Temp) vs Climate Change’.

Cabinet of Millionaires front man Pat Fulgoni has sung across a wide range of genres from blues to festival dub, jazz to psychedelia. Most recently he has been flexing his vocal muscle with festival headlining drum and bass artists.

Ignacio Lopez has been wowing audiences with his individual style and high gag-rate since 2010. His song about why Spain hates the UK has gone viral.

Clare Ferguson-Walker is a stand-up comedian and poet, who is local to Pembrokeshire and played a central role in the #JC4PM tour following Jeremy Corbyn’s election to Labour leader in 2015.

Johnny Fluffypunk began his ‘career’ spitting vicious political verse between bands at punk gigs. His act is a firm favourite at festivals, arts centres and housing benefit offices up and down the country.

Grace Petrie is one of the most highly rated folk singer/songwriters in the country with a fantastic repertoire of political songs. She is a frequent guest on BBC Radio 4’s the Now Show.

Compere for the night is Crispin Flintoff, who set up Stand up for Labour in 2012 and has organised over 250 shows all over the country.

Tickets are £12 (advanced) and £15 (on the door).