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Crickhowell Literary Festival

Crickhowell Literary Fest 18 High Street, Crickhowell

Five days of readings, booklaunches, workshops and other events in this Powys town. Wed 13 Oct: An Evening with Pam Ayres, The Manor Hotel, 6pm. Thurs 14 Oct: Emma Stonex …

S_n Festival 2021

Womanby Street Womanby Street, Cardiff

With the following acts confirmed so far: Ailsa Tully, Alice Low, Anna B Savage, BABii, Blackaby, Bleach Lab, Cheap Teeth, Clara Mann, Clwb Fuzz, Coach Party, Dead Method, Deadletter, Deep Tan, EŠdyth, Enola Gay, French Alps Tiger, George Cosby, Hamish Hawk, Han L A, Hana Lili, Holiday Ghosts, Honeyglaze, Hyll, John Myrtle, Lady Bird, Larry …


Windrush Cymru: Celebrating The Lives And Journeys Of A Generation

Futures Gallery Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay

Race Council Cymru exhibition looking at the lives of various people, and their descendants, who arrived on the Windrush ship from the Caribbean in 1948 and ultimately made their home …


Collect & Keep

Storiel Ffordd Gwynedd, Bangor

Exhibition displaying objects received into this museum's collection during the past five years, reflecting the story of Gwynedd and its diverse communities with its many layers of history, economy, culture …


Tribute Ink

This is an exhibition by the Royal British Legion featuring tattoos of people who are or were in the army, and the stories behind them. It's housed in the Firing Line Museum in these grounds. (Until Thurs 11 Nov)


BAMS Student Medal Project

Craft In The Bay The Flourish Lloyd George Avenue, Cardiff Bay

Exhibition of art medals designed and created by students from art colleges across the UK, plus academies in Italy and Bulgaria, alongside a small selection of contemporary medals by professional …



Mostyn 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno

Display interrogating the tradition of epic poetry through 20th century artists David Jones, Antonin Artaud, Sarah Kane and Pierre Guyotat, alongside contemporary artists Martin Bladh, Paul-Alexandre Islas, James Richards and …


Pete Jones: The Bay

Storiel Ffordd Gwynedd, Bangor

Painter with a selection of work depicting the Hirael area of Bangor, where he grew up.


Lloyd Jones: Sober Light Of Day

Storiel Ffordd Gwynedd, Bangor

Images from wanderings around Wales and the wider world.


The Boy With Two Hearts

Wales Millennium Centre Bute Place, Cardiff

Play set between Wales and Taliban-ruled Afghanistan circa 2000, written by Hamed Amiri and adapted for the stage by Phil Porter. At 7pm on Tue 5 Oct; 2.30pm and 7pm on Sat 9, Sat 16 and Sat 23 Oct. On until Sat 23 Oct.


Groan Ups

New Theatre Park Place, Cardiff

A comedy about teens, and growing up, courtesy of Mischief Theatre. Rescheduled from May/June 2021. On at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Thurs 14 and Sat 16 Oct; 7.30pm only all other days. Tickets are £16.50-£32.50 from Mon 11-Thurs 14 Oct (evening show only); £14.50-£27.50 (Thurs 14 Oct matinee show); £19.50-£36.50 (Fri 15 and Sat 16 …


Clive Hicks-Jenkins: Adventures In Books

Martin Tinney Gallery 8 St Andrews Crescent, Cardiff

Original artworks for three of CliveÕs most recent projects, all published this year: Beauty And The Beast, a collaboration with Olivia McCannon; The Owl And The Nightingale, made for Poet …



Queen Street Gallery Neath

An exhibition of textile art by the Art Textiles: Made In Britain group. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-3pm.



Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama Cardiff

Livestreamed performance of a play by Samuel Adamson, directed here by Hannah Noone. The initial livestream is from 2-6pm on Tue 12 Oct, then it can be watched any time after that until Mon 18 Oct.


The Book Of Mormon

Wales Millennium Centre Bute Place, Cardiff

Trey Parker and Matt Stone's hit musical. On at 2.30pm and 7.30pm from Fri 15-Sun 17, Fri 22, Sat 23, Fri 29 and Sat 30 Oct; 2.30pm only on Sun 17, Sun 24 and Sun 31 Oct. No performances on Mon 18 or Mon 25 Oct. Tickets are £15.50-£58.50 on Tue 12 plus Fri 15, …


A Doll’s House

Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama Cardiff

Livestreamed performance of this Ibsen drama, directed here by Blanche McIntyre. The initial livestream is from 2-6pm on Wed 13 Oct, then it can be watched any time after that until Mon 19 Oct.


Eye Cymru

A big whooshy light show devised by Chris Levine, featuring guestr appearances from musicians including Gruff Rhys and Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja in some capacity, and here until Halloween. Shows at 6pm and 9pm on Fri 15, Sat 16, Fri 22, Sat 23, Fri 29 and Sat 30 Oct; 6pm only all other days. …

The Thunder Girls

Pavilion Theatre Rhyl

Play about a fictional 80s girl band and their attempts to reunite. Beverley Callard and Colleen Nolan are among the stars in this. On at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Sat 16 Oct.


Human Conditions Of Clay

Chapter Arts Centre Market Road, Cardiff

Very impressive looking show cureated by Deborah Smith and featuring work by Pio Abad, Jonathan Baldock, Oliver Beer, William Cobbing, Shawanda Corbett, Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg, Ryan Gander, Antony …



Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama Cardiff

Live jazz in the foyer, every Friday until 10 Dec. Free entry but book in advance please.


Dom Joly

The Lyric Theatre Carmarthen

With a show titled Holiday Snaps – Travel And Comedy In The Danger Zone.


The Professionals

Sin City 14 – 16 Dillwyn Street, Swansea

Paul Cook and Steve Jones' post-Sex Pistols band. Only Paul is in them now though.


The Undercover Hippy

Rescheduled gig for a guy who plays some sort of upbeat folk-rock and whose name is a tribute to his idol, police infiltrator Mark Kennedy.


Hell’s Addiction + Western Sand + King Kraken + Stay Voiceless

Hangar 18 Music Venue 50 Plymouth Street, Swansea

Fair play to all the UK's bootcut jeans and cowboy hat hard rock gumby bands for being fastest off the mark to (re)book dates for autumn, so this venue's whole schedule is full of names like 'Hell's Addiction'.


Great Hall, Cardiff University Students Union Cardiff

Indie band who hoyed their singer out after he got convicted of domestic violence last year. This date is part of a succession of 'intimate' shows around the UK.



Theatr Brycheiniog Canal Wharf, Brecon

Production by Ballet Cymru, rescheduled from June 2020.


Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra: Opera Spectacular!

St David's Hall Cardiff

Michael Bell conducts a programme of music from more operas than my schedule permits me to list. Rachael Marsh and Andrew Rawlings, soprano and tenor respectively, also feature.


Chris Ramsey

Grand Pavilion Porthcawl

Comedian who looks like a regen would look if there was a computer game where you managed a comedy booking agency. Rescheduled from 2020.



Le Public Space 14 High Street, Newport

Britpop second-stringers, currently a two-piece (Sonya and Glenn) though are a full band for live shows.


The Bird Dogs

Acapela Heol Y Pentre, Cardiff

Everly Brothers tribute show. Rescheduled from last October.


Nina Kraviz

Brangwyn Hall Guildhall, Swansea

As far as I know this is the first ever club night, as in dance music and that, in this venue. Thirty-five quid to see one DJ and some unnamed locals. Cool cool, healthy culture you got there.


Lose Yourself To Dance: Neon Nights

Cultvr Lab 327 Penarth Road, Cardiff

"This brand new venue concept in partnership with the lose yourself to dance formula will give a clubbing experience you will not have had before!! This is going to change everything !!"



Platform 11 11 High Street, Pontypridd

Chart hits, club anthems, house techno and requests from resident DJ Puff, every Friday. Free entry before midnight.



Clwb Ifor Bach 11 Womanby Street, Cardiff

Anthems, bangers and cult classics here every Friday.


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