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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 …



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.


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 …


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 …


No Time To Plan An Ending

G39 Oxford Street, Cardiff

The second group from the g39 Fellowship programme (Becca+Clare, Freya Dooley, Rebecca Gould, Rhiannon Lowe, Will Roberts and Neasa Terry) present a collection of new projects, ideas and proposals for …


Huw Gareth Jones

Oriel Môn Rhosmeirch, Llangefni

Local artist who says of his work, "My paintings attempt to show the form, texture, pattern and character of old buildings and land."


The Rules Of Art?

National Museum Cardiff Cardiff

Artists ranging from Rembrandt to Thomas Jones, Pablo Picasso, Gwen John, Maximilian Lenz, Clare Woods, Bedwyr Williams, Caroline Walker and Clementine Schneidermann feature "in a way that questions social and …


Imagining History

Oriel Y Bont Treforest

Paintings, installations, photographs, sculptures, stories, and films, mainly chosen from the USW Artworks Museum Collection with some works on loan, collectively ask us to consider the reliability of historical narratives …


Christmas Craft Fair

Oriel Môn Rhosmeirch, Llangefni

Showcase with a festive shopping focus.


A Festive Feast

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

See and buy craft designed and made by Makers Guild In Wales members, plus guest artists.


Dinahvagina: Manslaughter

Volcano Theatre Swansea

Exhibition of work relating to domestic violence and femicide by Welsh artist Dinahvagina, in ceramic, textiles and paper (including two handmade books). On Thurs 25 Nov, which is International Day …


Chamber Tuesdays

Royal Welsh College Of Music & Drama Cardiff

Live string, woodwind and brass ensembles in the foyer, every Tuesday until 7 Dec. Free entry but book in advance please.


Joker: Live In Concert

Wales Millennium Centre Bute Place, Cardiff

A screening of the 2019 movie by Todd Phillips, with an orchestra playing Hildur Guðnadóttir’s score. Tickets are £36-£69. Rescheduled from March.


Cardiff Left Bookclub

Bub's 17 Church Street, Cardiff

A talk about Shon Faye's new book The Transgender Issue, over some drinks in this bar.


The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

New Theatre Park Place, Cardiff

Adaption of the famous 19th century story by Robert Louis Stevenson. On at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Thurs 11 and Sat 13 Nov. Tickets: £14-£30 from Tue 9-Thurs 11 Nov (evenings) and Sat 13 Nov (matinee); £13-£24.50 on Thurs 11 Nov (matinee); £15-£31.50 on Fri 12 and Sat 13 Nov (evening).


Sh!tfaced Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet

Grand Theatre Swansea

"With one cast member selected at random and given four hours to drink before every show we present to you classical theatre as it was always meant to be seen."


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