WELSH favourites Stereophonics have confirmed an intimate show in Llandudno next month.

The rock band will visit Venue Cymru as part of the 20th anniversary tour of Just Enough Education to Perform.

The Phonics will be play J.E.E.P. in its entirety - with some of the post-Britpop era's most popular songs, including Mr Writer, Have a Nice Day and Handbags and Gladrags - as well as brand-new music.

The band's third album, released in 2001, J.E.E.P. spent five weeks at number one, achieved six times platinum status in the UK and cemented Kelly Jones' place as one of Britain's best known frontmen.

They have since achieved seven number one albums, 23 Platinum Sales Awards and over 8.5 million UK album sales.

Other shows on the J.E.E.P. tour include Leicester De Montfort Hall on November 26, Portsmouth Guildhall on November 29 and London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on December 6.

Stereophonics will also tour next year following the release of new album ‘Oochya!' on March 4, 2022.

Tickets go on sale Friday, October 29 at 9am. Book at www.stereophonics.com/tour/.