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Four of the best contemporary writers talk about their work, with a roaring fire and a panel discussion. A perfect autumn weekend.
Do you love chocolate? Fancy learning some new chocolate tricks from making chocolate egg gifts for friends to petit fours to amaze your guests at your next dinner party? This is the perfect masterclass for you!
Up to 200 MG cars, from all over the UK, will parade from 08:30 before taking part in the annual charity run of approximately 100 miles through the mountains and valleys of beautiful Snowdonia.
This evening train will depart from Wharf station at 7.30pm and take you steaming through the scenic Fathew Valley to the perfect pint and a barbecue.
One of the many events taking place at RSPB Conwy throughout the year.
It’s often assumed that all communities and industries across Wales responded enthusiastically to the recruitment campaign which preceded conscription.
The often overlooked medium of scraperboard is the subject of this exhibition. An art form used to great effect by Charles Tunnicliffe, this show highlights original book illustrations together with some of his iconic commercial work.
A guided tour of the exhibition, Time Islands and Space Islands by Diango Hernandez, with Alfredo Cramerotto (Director, MOSTYN).
Wednesday 10th February - Sunday 21st February
International Pavilion Gallery Abbey Road, Llangollen, LL20 8SW
The Art Gallery in the Museum, Parade Street, Llangollen, LL20 8AW
Uprisings is dedicated to presenting the work of young and emerging artists, all of whom are yet to have a solo exhibition in an institutional setting, either nationally or internationally.
A new exhibition by 'Inspired' - a group of eight textile artists working in felt, fibre, paper and other mediums to produce a diverse and innovative body of work.
‘&’ (pronounced ‘and’) is an exhibition exploring collaboration as a subject and concept for the projects on view and the exhibition overall.
An event to showcase the very best of North Wales, from coast to mountain and town to country.
David O'Doherty, the Lidl Enya, the broken Bublé, is delighted to present a new hour of talking and songs played on a stupid keyboard from 1986.
One of the many open competitions taking place at Rhuddlan Golf Club.