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This exhibition looks at responses in the slate quarrying communities of Wales, exploring if and why these communities found it difficult to respond.
The exhibition explores the photography of Aerofilms Ltd, the world’s first firm of commercial aerial photographers.
The photographs in this exhibition along with some examples of hand implements convey and record old methods of farming.
This exhibition focuses on the stories of former staff and patients from Bryn Y Neuadd Hospital
allowing the public a glimpse of what it was like to grow up and spend up to forty years living
in an institution.
Visitors are dared to stand inside the dragon’s giant claw as they are ‘captured’ by the mythical monster at Harlech Castle.
A darkly funny play by acclaimed playwright Terry Johnson about fame, the universe and looking to the stars.
‘Re-take, Re-invent’ is a group exhibition featuring 16 artists responding to the art collection
at the National Museum, Cardiff.
This vibrant production of Rogers and Hammerstien’s Carousel is moving and uplifting and features a raft of hit songs including ‘If I Loved You’, ‘June is Bustin’ Out All Over’, ‘Soliloquy’ and, of course, ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.
Colwyn Bay Farmers Market has a wide range of locally produced fresh food and quality crafts. Located at the Bayview Shopping Centre car park every Thursday from 9am to 3pm.
Michelle Heaton (Liberty X) Gemma Bissix (EastEnders/ Hollyoaks), Rebecca Wheatley (Casualty), Polly Highton and Sarah Lawn star in this brand-new production of “Mum’s The Word 2”.
Join us for a spectacular evening of fiery stunts, displays and dazzling visual performances, and enter Caernarfon Castle as it’s turned into a breathtaking sculptural fire garden.
The exhibition explores the photography of Aerofilms Ltd, the world’s first firm of commercial aerial photographers. Established in May 1919, Aerofilms’ founders were pioneers of the air.