What’s on in West Wales
Whether it’s live performances in Swansea, Llanelli, Carmarthen, and Narberth, or film and fine seafood in Fishguard, Milford Haven, and St Davids, West Wales is the place to plan your social calendar. This part of Wales also boasts some of the most beautiful coastlines in the country, making it the ideal area to hit the seaside and adventure in the wilds of the wonderful west. Read on to see what’s on in West Wales.
An exhibition of paintings by Graham Parker with other Under Star Bolted Skies artists, based on a collaboration with (the late) poet, David (Dai) Fry.
Legendary eater of giant breakfasts returns to Swansea after a hit show here two years ago.
Standup comedian who seems to specialise in middle aged women's subjects.
Band who dress like they're from the mid-90s, at least in this photo I'm looking at.
Abba-themed multifaceted club night.
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Ffos Las Racecourse brings top class horse racing to west Wales. Settled in between Llanelli and Carmarthen, Ffos Las hosts 21 racing fixtures across the year, as well as conferences and events. Non-horsey events include live music from the likes of The Kaiser Chiefs in the summer of 2021.
Established in June 2018, Hangar 18 Music Venue is a grassroots music venue located in Swansea city centre close to the bus station. With a capacity of 370, it often hosts original live music, tribute bands and club night events in it’s main space with streamed broadcasts from its upper floor …
Set in the heart of Swansea University’s Singleton campus, Taliesin Arts Centre offers a programme of live dance, theatre, music, film and live broadcasts, as well as workshops and classes. A key part of Taliesin’s work involves collaborating with artists, audiences, and communities to create …
Known mainly for it’s live music events, Queens Hall Narberth also welcomes a variety of other events ranging from conferences to comedy shows. In addition, the venue also hosts a range of classes including Kung Fu, art exhibitions and creative workshops throughout the week.
Theatr Gwaun is an independent Theatre, Cinema, Bar and Cafe in Fishguard, North Pembrokeshire. It’s been a place for entertainment since 1885, becoming one of the first cinemas in Wales in the early 1920’s. An intimate venue of only 180 seats and a single Cinema screen with a 4K resolution, Dolby …
Pitched on top of a hill on the Pembrokeshire coast, over-looking Milford Haven Marina and the Irish sea, The Torch boasts a packed programme of film, live theatre and live theatre broadcasts in its two auditoriums. Enjoy a meal in the cafe pre-show and take a wander around the gallery space with …
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