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The Hay Festival starts today in the Welsh border village of Hay-on-Wye, Powys.
The annual literature festival brings together writers from all around the world, for ten days of debate and discussions.
The festival is due to run until the 5th of June.
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Paolo Nutini is to play a one-off show in Newport this July in memory of the late Bevlee Jones and in aid of her 13-year-old son - Ieuan .
Earlier this year, 34-year-old Mum, Bevlee Jones, passed away unexpectedly in the night. Her distraught 13-year-old son took it upon himself to give his mum the best funeral possible.
Bevelee was a huge Paolo Nutini fan, so Ieuan appealed to Paolo through Facebook, asking the singer to play at his Mum’s funeral. Paolo was away in Europe at the time but Paolo wanted to offer his support to Ieuan and his family.
Profits from the show will go into a trust fund set up for Ieuan.
When I heard of Ieuan's plea, it was with regret that I couldn't attend his mother’s funeral and do what he asked of me.
I wanted to help him in any way that I could and I feel like a concert in aid of Ieuan himself and in memory of his dear mother was the right way to do so.
Paul Simon will perform in Cardiff this November as part of his UK tour.
He will appear at the Motorpoint Arena on November 4.
Tickets go on sale from the venue on Thursday.
Sir Tom Jones will appear at the Hay Festival on June 5 in his first public event since the death of his wife Linda.
The singer will be discussing his autobiography will GQ editor Dylan Jones.
Tickets are on sale now.
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5,000 runners are set to take on a unique obstacle course as the event comes to Cardiff for the first time.
The Gung-Ho! course includes the world's biggest bouncy inflatable and Europe's tallest blow-up slide.
Competitors will face ten obstacles including the 200ft-long ‘Thriller’ slide which is being hosted in Bute Park.
People will be put through their paces in the warm-up with running for, amongst other charities including local charity Tenovus Cancer Care.
The event is sold out and with thousands of people raising money for charity and taking part for many different reasons.
Gung-Ho! is a great opportunity for people to have great fun and raise money for important causes at the same time – and anyone can do it.
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