Canolfan Hermon will welcome Isla St Clair to an evening of war-time themed entertainment on March 14, 6pm.
There will be a delicious war-time tea served up before Isla's performance, in which she will be singing songs from the history of wartime to a backdrop of archive films.
Isla St Clair is the infamous folk singer and one-time host of the Generation Game - with plenty of TV and stage appearances to her name.
She will be joined by film maker Patrick King, who will give a fascinating and humorous behind the scenes look at the making of award winning films.
The show will be a nostalgia trip for some, but is also promising to be a great evening of traditional music which is suitable for families, and may be of particular interest to anyone studying elements of war or film studies at school or college.
Tickets cost £12, and war time fancy dress is optional.
For more information visit www.canolfanhermon.org.uk.