Freedom of Neath Port Talbot given to Aberavon RFC chairman Andrew Vaughan John, Max Boyce and Colin Price

The man behind Port Talbot’s famous rugby club has been honoured. Aberavon RFC chairman Andrew Vaughan John has been awarded the Freedom of Neath Port Talbot for his services to the county borough for rugby football and the business community. The prestigious honour was also presented to Glynneath entertainer Max Boyce — for...

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St David’s Day Celebrations at the Grand

Max is definitely having a demanding month, so much so that the Swansea Grand has met the demand of a second night for Max in Concert. As well as the St David’s day celebrations Max is now performing on Friday 28th as an additional night. Tickets from the box office on 01792...

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Max at the Swansea Grand Theatre for St Davids Day

Celebrate St David’s Day at the Swansea Grand Theatre with Max Max has been touring the world for more than 30 years entertaining people in his own inimitable style. From Swansea to Sydney, from Newport to New Zealand, Max has taken his humorous look on life to all corners of the English speaking world. His records, TV...

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Welsh legend Max Boyce to receive Freedom of Neath

A WELSH legend along with a comedian and a rugby chairman are to receive the Freedom of Neath Port Talbot. Councillors have chosen Glynneath entertainer Max Boyce, Seven Sisters comedian Colin Price and Aberavon RFC chairman Andrew Vaughan John, to be in line to receive the prestigious honour. Glynneath councillor Del Morgan...

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Gareth Evans: Why we were all singing as a Welsh legend turned 70

Unbelievable, isn’t it? Then again, he does seem to have been around forever. Live At Treorchy, the seminal album that brought our very own Working Class Hero to the masses, was recorded a mere 40 years ago. Time flies and parts of Wales have since changed beyond all recognition. Yet Max Boyce has remained constant throughout...

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Max Boyce, still singing Hymns and Arias – aged 70

Max Boyce, still singing Hymns and Arias – aged 70 The answer came almost before the question had been completed. It was emphatic, and it came with the most knowing of smiles. “Yes,” said Max Boyce. The question from his interviewer, John Inverdale, in a special programme screened last week to celebrate the 70th birthday of...

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