THE voice of English folk rock giants The Levellers will make a rare live appearance in Conwy next month.

Mark Chadwick will take to the stage in an intimate solo acoustic show at Conwy Comrades on Friday, February 15.

One of the UK’s most successful songwriters, Mark Chadwick, has co-written 20 chart singles and six Top 40 albums, including 1995's number one Zeitgeist as part of the Levellers, the band he has fronted for over 25 years.

Still going strong, the Levellers are festival favourites and have cemented their cherished status with headline performances at Glastonbury, Isle Of Wight, Cambridge Folk Festival, Bestival and Boomtown and many European and UK events - as well as their own annual Beautiful Days Festival in Devon.

During this time Mark has released two solo albums ‘All the Pieces’ and ‘Moment’ and his upfront and personal solo performance will see him play a mixture of material from these albums and Levellers classics.

His appearence in Conwy will take place only five weeks before The Levellers headline the Royal Albert Hall, in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Anyone familiar with The Levellers will understand what a treat this will be but it’s not a pre-requisite to be a fan as the songs messages still resonate clearly across generations and political divides.

To catch this unique opportunity to see and hear Mark perform some of the bands most treasured and revered songs - along with selections from Marks solo albums - head to Conwy Comrades on Friday, February 15 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £12.50, available from the venue on Church Street, The Bluebell on Castle Street and Mudshark Records in Bangor on the High Street.