WITH all the chart topping hits included in an energetic tribute show to the award winning girl band, fans of the Little Mix sound will be flocking to Newtown’s Hafren theatre this Saturday, August 24.

'Black Magic: The Little Mix Show', will be on stage at 7pm featuring the most recent releases from the 'Glory Days' album.

Dance and scream to a packed out playlist of hit songs that includes 'Black Magic', 'Power', 'No More Sad Songs', 'Wings', 'Shoutout To My Ex' and even a few covers from their time on the 'X-Factor'.

This iconic five-star rated show has live vocals and is full of commercial pop-video choreography.

Suitable for kids, tweens, teens and adults alike, 'The Little Mix Show' brings the full pop concert experience to Mid Wales. Tickets cost £15; concessions £12; with a family ticket at £48 from the box office on 01686 614555.

The 'Black Magic' show opens up a busy new season at The Hafren continuing on Thursday, August 29, with the second of two free 'Myths and Legends: Storymaking' workshops by Stagecraft with award-winning storyteller Tamar Williams for young people aged 10 to 15.

Learn how to use old stories for inspiration to build new ones. Build performance and public speaking skills to shape stories for performance and learn tips and tricks to be the best storyteller you can be in a fun, energetic and fast-paced workshop. For booking and information contact The Hafren box office on 01686 614555.

Comedian Romesh Ranganathan's work in progress show on September 5 has already sold out.

The 'Fawlty Towers Gourmet Night Cabaret Show's will be held on September 17 and 18, and other events in September will include an afternoon organ recital by Andrey Chulovskiy on September 21; tribute band Genesis Connected in the September 21 evening show; and an afternoon concert by the BBC National Orchestra Of Wales on September 22.

The Newtown Musical Theatre Company are back in October with four performances of the spectacular musical 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'.

And November shows will include Mid Wales Opera, the Circus of Horrors, and comedians Jack Dee and Stewart Francis.