A Night at The Musicals


starring Lucie Jones, supported by Stephen Rolley, Lee Gilbert & “The Festival Choir”

Date: Sunday 12th May 2019

Time: 7:30pm

Venue: Parish Hall

Event Information

We are delighted to welcome one of Wales most popular female musical performers to the Festival. Lucie grew up in Pentyrch and performed with many local groups before hitting our TV screens in 2009 in the 6th series of X Factor. It was on that show that not only did she find fame, but also her Husband to be, Ethan, who was a fellow contestant. Lucie has accomplished so much in her short career to date. Lucie has just finished touring the UK as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, The Musical.

In January 2017, Lucie won the public vote on BBC2 show Eurovision- You Decide with her original song, ‘Never Give Up On You’. She competed at the Eurovision World Final in Ukraine in May.

Stephen grew up in Dinas Powys and attended St Cyres, before achieving a Performing Arts Diploma at Italia Conti, London. As well as some TV work, including “Come Dine with Me” , Stephen has appeared in Pantomime alongside Julian Clary in the Mayflower Southampton, as well as a number of Musicals and national tours where he has played lead roles in Hair, Rock of Ages, 20th Century Boy and Dreamboats and Petticoats. Currently,

Stephen is enjoying his 3rd consecutive year playing and covering all lead “Elder” roles in “The Book of Mormon” at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Leicester Square, London.

Lee makes a welcome return to the festival, after performing at last years successful Dinner. Lee was born in the Rhondda Valley, South Wales into a musical family. His first leading theatrical role was that of Frederick in The Pirates of Penzance. This was a new departure musically and one Lee thoroughly enjoyed. From there he went on to play various and challenging roles in productions including: “Fiddler on the Roof”, “Follies”, “Sweeney Todd” and “The King and I”. His leading roles include Judas – Jesus Christ Superstar; Tony – West Side Story; and Darryl Van Horne in the Welsh premiere of The Witches of Eastwick. He toured nationally, creating the role of Will Hay in the original production of Michael Bogdanov’s Amazing Grace written by Mal Pope, for the Wales Theatre Company. He has performed in live concerts across the country. The highlight so far being a concert version of West Side Story, playing Tony, fronting the Robert Mandell Melachrino String Orchestra and full Philharmonic choir.

Where can I buy tickets?

All festival tickets for paid events can be purchased:

  • Online
  • Phone – 02920 002 337
  • Parish Hall Office
  • White Gecko Craft Lounge
  • At the door of the event (if tickets are still available)

We advise purchasing tickets online to guarantee the best availability.

Do I need tickets for the free events?

No, simply turn up to our free events!

How do I receive my tickets purchased online?

When booking, you can choose from the following methods:

  • Collection – Collect your tickets at any music festival event
  • Post – Have your tickets posted to you for a small fee all further ticket sales made in 2019 will be available for collection only.

How do I pay for tickets purchased over the phone?

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Can I choose seats for events?

Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis at all events. Doors open 45 minutes before the listed start time. Arriving in good time will improve your chances of getting better seats.

Although tickets are numbered, these do not relate to seat numbers.

Any other questions?

Feel free to contact us with any other queries via email at info@dpmusfest.co.uk or by calling us on 02920 002 337.