Scotland-based saxophone and piano duo Ian Millar and Dominic Spencer will be bringing their unique blend of melodic jazz standards and original compositions to Pembrokeshire in a month’s time.

“Expect very cool music played in a magical atmosphere - this will appeal to jazz novices as well as hardcore enthusiasts.” said a review in Three Weeks Magazine.

Ian and Dominic use programmable lighting and bottle lights to create a wonderful intimate atmosphere for the music.

They tell stories of their travels in their Tour Bus - an old converted Yorkshire Ambulance, in an entertaining evening of creative music and enthusiastic joy, just what is needed after months of isolation.

Ian said: “We are delighted to be performing again after sell out candle light concerts on the Glasgow Tall Ship in July 2021 and record sales for our concerts in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We are hoping this makes a welcome release from lock down and a chance for communities to reconnect.”

Dominic added: “It’s been a difficult time over the last few years but we had both been practising hard throughout lock down, even posting some videos of us playing together from our separate homes. Throughout lock down we called ourselves the Socially Distanced Duo now we’re getting out and meeting our audience again!”

Ian and Dominic will play at the Longstone Community Hall, Ludchurch, Narberth SA67 8JG on Saturday, April 29.

Tickets from Haulfryn The Jewellers, 13 High Street, Narberth SA67 7AR or Mrs Elizabeth Thomas, 01834 831570. Accompanied Under 16s free.