Conwy's mayor has enlisted a football terrace sleeper hit and some ukuleles for a concert with a twist.

Cllr Bill Chapman, organiser of the event, has decided on an altogether more lighthearted lineup for his final Mayor's Charity Musical Evening , which will welcome Wigan band Chonkinfeckle, Llandudno's Soggy Bottom Boys and Ukulele band Woteva / Beth Bynnag.

Cllr Chapman said: "After two traditional choral concerts, I wanted to appeal to a different section of our community. Rather than sit silently and reverently, I hope people can clap and enjoy a delightful and totally different form of cabaret entertainment in a folk club setting."

Headlining the event is unusually named Chonkinfeckle, a duo comprising Tim Cooke and Les Hilton who craft truly original folk pop with an assortment of instruments including cigar box guitars, harmonicas and ukuleles.

The band caught the public eye in 2014 with their unforgettable ode to their hometown I'm from Wigan Me became the official anthem of Wigan Athletic's journey to the FA Cup semi-finals.

Cllr Chapman added: "While it may sound rude, the band's name is actually a standard Wiganese term for being in good spirits.

"For example, when asked how you are in Wigan, you might respond "I'm Chonkinfeckle in fine fettle”."

The band’s songs tell of true stories of everyday life in a Northern English town with heavy use of the Wiganese dialect.

Joining Chonkifeckle are The Soggy Bottom Boys, formed in 2002 by members of the Abergele Blue Grass Club, who despite a rotating line up has been anchored by founding members banjo and bohdran player Jim Earl and vocalist Brian Armitage.

Over the 16 years, the band who take their name from the Coen Brothers film O Brother Where Art Thou? have amassed a staggering retinue of tunes covering more than 100 pieces of music - not including Christmas Carols - all for the satisfaction of performing and to raise money for charity.

Finally, completing the line up is Colwyn Bay and Llandudno's very own ukulele band band Woteva, which often brings more than 10 of the instruments together to give classic music a truly distinctive flavour.

Catch the cabaret of folk and fun at the Llandudno Junction Community Club at 7.30pm on Saturday, March 17.

Tickets are £10 and are available from the Conwy Guildhall or by calling 01492 583420. All profits will go to the Mayor's charity, Citizens Advice Conwy.