STARTING tonight (April 23) at Central Station, Wrexham, Focus Wales is a festival that will be spread across the town until Saturday. It will involve performances from TV comedians such as Mock The Week’s Gary Delaney and will see speeches from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens who will be also DJing in the night-time.
Focus Wales is now in its fourth year and has been running with the ethos of taking a look at the music industry’s emerging talent from Wales and the Wrexham area whilst still welcoming the more well-known guest speakers and comics.
Due to be one of the musical highlights of the festival will be South Wales rockers Kids in Glass Houses. The band have been around for more than a decade now and will be best known for hits such as Undercover Lover featuring Frankie Sandford of the Saturdays and S Club Juniors, as well as Give Me What I Want from their debut album Smart Casual. The band rose to fame as they were supporting fellow Welsh-rockers Funeral for a Friend.
Kids in Glass Houses will be performing at the 3B in Wrexham on Friday.