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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 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.
‘Re-take, Re-invent’ is a group exhibition featuring 16 artists responding to the art collection
at the National Museum, Cardiff.
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.
Caernarfon Castle hosts Weeping Window poppy sculpture
The first festival dedicated to author Daniel Owen was a week-long event in 2010 from October 17 – 23, the week of his birth and death. This year it runs again from Saturday 15th until Friday 21st October.
A funny play about adventure and our impulse to conquer the world with Steffan Donnelly, Jack Monaghan and Amanda Wilkin. Written by Elinor Cook.
A radio style production of Noel Coward’s comedic play Blithe Spirit with costumes. Celebrating the play’s 75th anniversary. It was originally written in Portmeirion!
Britain’s biggest Motown spectacular returns with an all-new, all-star show celebrating 50 years of the label’s legendary artists in the UK.
This is your chance to stargaze from within the stunning surroundings of Harlech Castle.
Friends of Venue Cymru present The John Evans Show with Music from the Cherokees; Bar and Disco.
Find out more about our record breaking trees on this guided walk.
Free events for all the family!
This multi-award-winning landmark rock musical tells the story of a group of young artists struggling to survive in New York City’s East Village in the days of Bohemian excess.
A public lecture by John Shelby Spong. As a visiting lecturer at Harvard and at universities and churches throughout the world, he is one of the leading spokespersons for liberal Christianity.
This show is a beautiful tribute to the great man; Wayne Ellington's voice will leave you tingling and spellbound.
Charlie is generally recognised and categorised as a country singer; however country music actually only accounts for a very small part of his concert repertoire and music catalogue in general.
We’ll be meeting at the Visitor Centre at 10.30am, and finishing at midday.
Between August and mid November 2016, Lisa Mills is on tour throughout the UK and Europe.