The Crow Show… and the Low Show



Crafty the Crow and Sally the Scarecrow

Andy Fairweather Low and Crafty the Crow are both – in their very different ways – bringing entertainment to Milford Haven’s Torch Theatre.

Crafty the Crow and his friends return to the Torch this Halloween with a spooky treat for all the family. The legendary crow with the cult following has entertained audiences throughout the UK, along with Sally the Scarecrow, in a variety of colourful children’s stories.

Why has Crafty the Crow gone to live in a haunted castle? Can Sally the Scarecrow help with its ghostly goings-on? And why is Pirate Harry making things go bump in the night? Find out on Sunday 31 October.

You are invited to come in your scariest Halloween costume and join the adventure to find the hidden treasure in Crafty’s Creepy Castle. After the show, there will be an opportunity to meet Crafty and receive a special trick or treat present.

Crafty’s Creepy Castle is a family show particularly suitable for two– to seven-year-olds and lasts for 45 minutes.

Tickets cost £11 adult, £9 child and £35 for a family ticket (1 adult and 3 children or 2 adults and 2 children) and can be booked from the Torch Theatre’s box office on 01646 695267 or


Andy Fairweather Low

Welsh guitarist, songwriter, singer and former Amen Corner frontman Andy Fairweather Low is heading to the Torch on Saturday 30 October with his band, the Low Riders.

Fairweather Low came to prominence as the lead singer in 1960s band Amen Corner. Since then he has gone on to work with a host of famous music names, including Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Roger Waters, Dave Gilmour, The Who, Joe Cocker, Steve Winwood, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Chris Barber and Bill Wyman.

Andy Fairweather Low and the Low Riders will perform at the Torch Theatre on Saturday 30 October at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £24 and are said to be selling fast. Bookings can be made from the Torch Theatre box office on 01646 695267 or via



Kitty Parsons

Kitty knows that she will always be an incomer, but this is to be her sixth summers. The wet and grey days of winters have not diminished her love of Pembrokeshire, but she is always grateful for the golden light of spring and summer. Her love of the sea sustains her even through the darkest of days and she can often be found at high tide bobbing about in Fishguard harbour at high tide, often with seals in attendance. When not freezing in water she is usually at her computer. She says" has been an opportunity to celebrate this beautiful county and its people. Keep the stories coming. We love to hear from you."

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