JEFF Dunn introduces more of the performers who will be strutting their stuff on stage for the Super Sounds of the Sixties charity show at the Torch Theatre on 5th and 6th April.

I can promise you that it's going to be a BIG SHOW, with something for everyone to enjoy, and I'm full of admiration for each and every one of the huge cast... the younger ones, who've been asked to perform songs from an era that they, and probably even their mums and dads, can't remember.

Here are a few more to look out for.

Our main compere will be Dave Arnold, who is following in the footsteps of his dad, the late Roger Arnold (Milford's "Mr Entertainment") an integral part of all our previous charity shows in the Torch.

David is quickly making a name for himself in the world of stand-up comedy, having appeared in many variety shows around the south coast, including, last year, a full season in the spectacular Starshine Show in Babbacombe.

Mary-Jayne is a hugely popular and versatile singer who was crowned queen in the original series of the Mercury Talent shows.

Known as 'the little lady with the big voice' her success as a professional artiste saw her performing not only in and around west and south Wales, but also around the world.

Connor Adams is a young singer-songwriter destined to make a name for himself.

Winner of the 2017 Mercury Talent Contest, judges were blown away by the maturity of this teenager's lyrics, confidence, and hauntingly beautiful voice.

Connor has already released his first CD, the excellent Dirty Dishes, and is currently working on the follow-up.

He was also picked to support reggae legends UB40 when they played at Pembroke Castle last year.

After successfully overcoming severe stage fright, Faith Foster has been singing and performing for the last four years, her confidence growing all the time.

Friendly and unassuming off-stage, when the spotlight hits her you can clearly see she has a future as as a 'diva', and her voice is both strong and soulful.

She reached the final of the 2017 Mercury Talent Show, and was also a finalist in both the Welsh Factor and the Gorseinon Factor.

Tom Davies is another Mercury Talent Show find, where he brought razzle dazzle with captivating covers of Frank Sinatra.

He has been gigging professionally around Wales for two years, and has also performed in various shows and musicals.

Tom was brought up listening to his brother's albums, and soon found himself being drawn to the sounds of Big Band Music.

His love of acting is clear from his confident stage presence, and he has ambitions to become the British Michael Buble.

If you love live music, want to help us raise money for two amazing local charities, take my word for it, you're going to love the Super Sounds of the Sixties.

Tickets are £12 and £10 from the Torch Theatre booking office.