LEADING mask and improvisation comedy theatre group Kepow Theatre Company are coming to Pembrokeshire this month.

‘A Crazy Little Thing Called Love’ is a stand-up and improvisation show sutibaly timed for Valentine's Day.

Formed in 1991, Kepow are now one of Europe's leading improvisation and mask-based theatre companies and one of Britain's funniest.

Over the past 26 years Kepow have produced 28 shows and have, in the process, won a clutch of awards.

The company have toured the world, performing in: Hawaii, New Zealand, Canada, America, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Germany, Norway, Bali, UAE, France and Holland. They have, collectively, worked with some of Britain's leading theatres and theatre companies: The National Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

Kevin Tomlinson co-founded Kepow Theatre Company with Paul Jenkins, having studied drama at Hull University and acting at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier. He has won numerous awards including; the Sunday Times Playwright Award and the Rose Bruford Trust Directors Award.

From 1998 onward, Kevin's focus has been on masks and improvisation.

Kevin Tomlinson and friends will be performing in Penally Village Hall on Friday February 15 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 from Judy Williams on 01834 844467.

On Saturday, February 16, they will be in Solva Memorial Hall at 7.30pm. Tickets from Carol Ann Jones on 01437 721374.