Dydd Miwsig Cymru / Welsh Language Music Day
5 February 2021. Join in with the sixth annual Dydd Miwsig Cymru / Welsh Language Music Day. While things will be a bit different in 2021, you will still be introduced to some of the amazing music being made in Welsh. For more information and to get involved, check out their social media channels:
Also join the conversation using the hashtag #dyddmiwsigcymru and #Miwsig.
North Wales Wildlife Trust: Online Shore-nanigans
5 - 7 February 2021. The host an online, virtual weekend celebrating the wonders of our Welsh sea shore. The Living Seas Team present a weekend of marine inspired activities and events, including talks from authors, live beachcombing and rockpool sessions, sea shanties from Welsh folk singer Gwilym Bowen Rhys and a Sunday night pub quiz.
To book or find out more visit the Online Shore-nanigans event page.
Becoming Richard Burton exhibition, Cardiff and online
21 November 2020 - 11 April 2021. National Museum Cardiff hosts the Becoming Richard Burton exhibition - featuring his diaries, papers and personal objects to guide you through the remarkable story of how Richard Jenkins, the boy from Pontrhydyfen and Taibach, Port Talbot, became Richard Burton, the international star of stage and screen.
While the museum is currently closed, the Becoming Richard Burton digital exhibition allows you to enjoy elements of the exhibition at home.
Sherman Theatre: Heart of Cardiff Boxset
5 - 19 February 2021. The Heart of Cardiff Boxset, from Sherman Theatre, brings together ten audio plays and documentaries celebrating our amazing capital city and its people. You can expect to meet Cardiff’s first and foremost police dog, a boxing legend, friends and change makers and larger than life characters. You’ll discover new voices and perspectives. You’ll hear directly from people from across Cardiff’s LGBTQIA+ community and passionate football fans. Pop in your earphones, close your eyes, and truly experience the Heart of Cardiff
Guinness Six Nations Rugby
6 February - 20 March 2021. The Principality Stadium in Cardiff hosts Wales' Guinness Six Nations home games. The annual rugby union competition contested by the national teams of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales, will be a bit different this year. Fans are unable to cheer on the team from the stadium, or pubs across the country, due to coronavirus restrictions. However, the there will no doubt be the same rivalries, passion and level of competition between the teams and the same support for the national team from fans at home.
14 February 2021. Treating your loved one to a romantic, weekend away or fine-dining experience in a restaurant won’t be possible this year due to coronavirus restrictions. Luckily there are plenty of ways to bring a top quality Welsh culinary experience to your home. Take a look at our suggestions for celebrating Valentine's Day from your own kitchen.