A plaque has been unveiled in Llanelli at the former home of Dorothy Squires, who became one of Britain's most popular singers in the 1950s. She died in 1998. A play about her life is also being staged at Sherman Cymru in Cardiff.
Cardiff theatre Sherman Cymru is currently putting on a production called 'Say It With Flowers', inspired by Dorothy Squires' life and featuring some of her songs.
The theatre says Dorothy "was the pint-sized phenomenon who rose from the Llanelli tin works to the heights of the West End and Broadway to become one of Britain's most successful performers."
"Her life was as dramatic as her songs and was often the focus of media attention; her electrifying on-stage presence, her sell-out comeback at the London Palladium and her tempestuous marriage to Roger Moore, were overshadowed by her predilection for litigation and battles with Rupert Murdoch."