Events in Wales during April Spring is in full swing. An ideal time for a fun filled Easter family holiday or a bank holiday break. This month we have something for everyone so don't be an April fool and visit Wales this month. RHS Flower Show Cardiff RHS Flower Show Cardiff by The Royal Horticultural Society 07 – 09 April Come to Cardiff and take time to stop and smell the flowers at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff which brings the city centre to life this spring. See floral displays, features and Show Gardens demonstrating the best in RHS gardening practice. Find out more about the RHS Flower Show Cardiff The Laugharne Weekend 07 – 09 April Like the town itself, this is a quirkily brilliant festival. Imagine being in the pub when all the coolest cult novelists, musicians, thinkers and controversialists turn up at the same time. Find out more about The Laugharne Weekend Judgement Day V Principality Stadium, Cardiff by Chris Aylward 15 April Cardiff Blues take on the Ospreys in the first clash of the day, kicking off at 2.45pm, swiftly followed by Newport Gwent Dragons versus Scarlets at 5.15pm. Find out more about Judgement Day V Chepstow Annual Walking Festival Wye Valley from the Eagle's Nest, Wyndcliffe by imaginedhorizons 19 – 23 April Explore the wonderful countryside of Monmouthshire and the Wye Valley. The walks are graded so can be enjoyed by those who want a gentle stroll, all the way through to those experienced walkers who fancy a challenge. Find out more about the Chepstow Annual Walking Festival Wonderwool Wales 22 – 23 April The annual wool and natural fibre extravaganza bursts at the seams with stalls, exhibitions, daily demonstrations and have-a-go sessions. Find out more about Wonderwool Wales Machynlleth Comedy Festival Machynlleth Comedy Festival, Mid Wales by Diamond Geyser 28 – 30 April The Machynlleth Comedy Festival has quickly gained a reputation as a hidden gem, this year featuring as-seen-on-TV comedy acts such as Stewart Lee. Other acts in the star-studded line-up include Ian Smith and James Acaster. The town is known for its quirky venues, which helps to make it popular with both the acts and audience alike. Find out more about the Machynlleth Comedy Festival Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza by johnrobjones 29 April – 01 May Over the May bank holiday weekend Llandudno will be packed full of Steam Engines and Victorian Musical Organs, Vintage Cars and Costumes, Curiosities & Sideshows, and people dressed as they were back in the Victorian days. Find out more about the Llandudno Victorian Extravaganza Llangollen Walking Festival 29 – 01 May Offering short, medium and long walks with professional guides who'll share local history, heritage and folk tales in spectacular landscapes. Find out more about Llangollen Walking Festival Search for more events Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Tales from the past From music and food, re-enactments and excavations. A calendar of events right up until September UK school summer holidays Those six week holidays are fast approaching. Keep your little'uns entertained with a trip to Wales. Epic Easter 2017 Our new location and design of the EPIC letters has been revealed: find out where you can see it. Expect the Unexpected How to make the most of Roald Dahl’s big weekend St Dwynwen's Day Celebrate the Welsh patron saint of lovers this January. Easter bank holiday Break away with a well earned rest in Wales.