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A special evening of Festivity for all the Family. Christmas Magic by Steam Train.
This display explores the desperation of the woollen mills for contracts during WW1 to keep the mills open, and the use of Welsh national identity for recruitment.
A series of composite images compiled from the historical artefacts and buildings that can still be seen in the Dinorwig slate quarry.
Experience daily life in the Victorian Kitchens.
A celebration of the work of some fifty applied artists, marking a return of several of your favourite makers along with some new faces.
The Snowdonia Slate Trail is an 85 mile long walk through the slate area of Snowdonia, due to open in October 2017. School children have been working on art projects inspired by field visits to quarrying sites along the route.
For this exhibition we've invited some of Glyndwr Universities finest art students to share their interpretations of Chirk Castle and its landscape.
An exhibition of at least one piece of work from each participant of the 14th Anglesey Arts Weeks: Open Studios.
Treat your mum to a scrumptious lunch or afternoon tea at our tea-room.
Robert Browning’s epic poem The Pied Piper, about the disappearing children of Hamelin, is beautifully re-imagined for our time.
Spend time together getting creative with planters and sunflowers. Take it home and wait for your sunflower to smile!
Surf Snowdonia has announced that it will host its first ever multi discipline event at the end of March 2017. The multi-obstacle challenge will take place at Surf Snowdonia’s adventure parc site and around the village of Dolgarrog.
The Talyllyn Railway is offering the perfect way to treat your mum to a very special Mothering Sunday. We have an ideal offer for those who want to say a wonderful 'thank you' to their mother.
Based on his smash hit film and adapted for the stage by Oscar-winning writer Simon Beaufoy, this hilarious and heartfelt production stars Gary Lucy, Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Chris Fountain, Anthony Lewis, Kai Owen and a cast of fourteen