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More details - Moonstruck
Singers of the RWCMD David Seligman Opera School and Nicola Rose piano. “Moon, Moon, mischief-making Moon, what are you doing there£” When the moon is full, dreams take an unpredictable turn – and so do melodies.
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff
Today

More details - Studio Comedy Club: June
Sherman Theatre showcases some of Britain’s brightest and funniest comedians. Alongside our programme of touring shows from top comedians in the Main House, the Studio is home every month to our Comedy Club.
Senghenydd Road, Cathays
Today

More details - The Taffywood Library is back!
What it is right, is we knows you loved the Taffywood Library so we brought it back - but it’s a little different. The book titles and puns were crackin’ but they got us thinking - What would SOME LIKE IT SPLOTT be about?
St David’s shopping centre, by the John Lewis bridge and Monsoon
Today and Thu 20 Jun

More details - Avenue Q
Fantasies come true - the hilarious multi-award winning Avenue Q is back! Following smash-hit runs in 2012 and 2016, the fur-lariously laugh-out-loud musical is back by popular demand.
New Theatre Park Place, Cardiff
Today to Sat 22 Jun

More details - BBC Cardiff Singer of the World - Song Prize Final
BBC Cardiff Singer of the World is a life-changing experience for twenty young singers at the start of their professional careers. Over four hundred gifted singers applied from all over the world, and the final twenty have made it through a rigorous selection process.
St David’s Hall The Hayes, Cardiff
Thu 20 Jun 19

More details - Ascot Ladies Day
Celebrate Ascot Ladies Day at Chapel 1877. 3 course meal and complimentary glass of Prosecco & complimentary horse bet and live music. Best dressed lady will win bottle of Champagne. Don`t miss out LADIES !
Chapel 1877 Bar & Restaurant Churchill Way, Cardiff
Thu 20 Jun 19

More details - Transporter
“SO, WHAT’S IT LIKE ROUND HERE?” This is the story of a girl called Maya. A girl who is always thirteen. A girl who is always on the move. It is a story of a never-ending search for the last safe place on earth. Maya stands on the cusp of yet another beginning, at the threshold of a new house in a new city.
Senghenydd Road, Cathays
Thu 20 Jun 19 to Sat 22 Jun

More details - Broad Stripes and Bright Stars
Singers of the RWCMD David Seligman Opera School. Whether it’s Britten and Weill sipping cocktails during the Age of Anxiety, or Leonard Bernstein singing up a storm amid the bright lights of post-war Manhattan, classical song in American has never been more than a stone’s throw from Broadway.
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff
Thu 20 Jun 19

More details - Sing Africa
Enjoy a truly African experience in a concert fusing different styles of South African choral and traditional music, by some of the country’s greatest composers including Qinisela Sibisi, Phelelani Mnomiya and Mohau Mogale.
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff
Fri 21 Jun 19

More details - Tafwyl Festival
As always the festival will be bringing a dazzling array of some of the biggest names in Welsh arts, culture & sport to Cardiff along with an excellent street food area. Tafwyl is Cardiff’s annual Welsh language arts & culture festival.
Cardiff Castle Castle Street, Cardiff
Fri 21 Jun 19 to Sun 23 Jun

More details - Red Bull Dance Your Style
The international dance competition Red Bull Dance Your Style is bringing its search for the best street dancers to the UK in an exciting format where the crowd hold the ultimate power over who wins.
Y Plas, Park Pl, Cardiff
Sat 22 Jun 19

More details - One Great Day at Cardiff Bay
With temperatures rising, the Red Dragon Centre invites families and children to join them on 22 June for One Great Day at Cardiff Bay.
The Red Dragon Centre Atlantic Wharf
Sat 22 Jun 19

More details - ABC of Opera with Mark Llewelyn Evans
A fun, frivolous, frolicsome adventure for all the family. Turn the key and open the trunk of treasures to discover the magic of a 500-year-old story, and find out how it all began in the land of pizza and pasta. Learn about luckless Lully, flatulent Mozart and bootless Bizet.
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff
Sat 22 Jun 19

More details - Brundibar
Brundibár (bumblebee) is a children’s opera by Jewish Czech composer Hans Krása and librettist Adolf Hoffmeister. Rehearsals started in 1941 at the Jewish orphanage in Prague, which served as a temporary educational facility for children separated from their parents by the war.
Wales Millennium Centre, Bite Place, Cardiff
Sat 22 Jun 19 and Sun 23 Jun

More details - Porthcawl Farmers Market
Farmers Market that meets on the fourth Saturday of the month with fresh local produce, arts and crafts. Venue: Griffin Park Community Centre, New Road, Porthcawl CF36 5DN
Porthcawl Bridgend County Borough
Sat 22 Jun

More details - Eat your way around the globe during World Food Week
Re-awaken your taste buds at The Red Dragon Centre, as you embark on a global food journey. Whether you fancy something exotic, a classic burger or want to take on a spice challenge, there will be something for everyone this World Food Week.
The Red Dragon Centre Atlantic Wharf
Mon 24 Jun 19 to Sun 30 Jun

More details - Welsh Banquets
Join us for a relaxed and informal evening where you can enjoy the best of Welsh entertainment, Welsh food and the warmest of welcomes from your hosts, who will entertain you with a selection of traditional and contemporary songs in both English and Welsh. This is a great value night at just £49.
Cardiff Castle Castle Street, Cardiff
Mon 24 Jun

More details - Philharmonia Orchestra: The Planets
Join the Philharmonia for an imaginative and exciting journey into the world of astrology, fantasy and mythology.
St David’s Hall The Hayes, Cardiff
Tue 25 Jun 19

More details - Judie Tzuke, Beverley Craven & Julia Fordham
The Woman to Woman tour brings together three of the UK’s best loved and most celebrated female singer-songwriters, Judie Tzuke, Beverley Craven and Julia Fordham.
St David’s Hall The Hayes, Cardiff
Wed 26 Jun 19

More details - The Horne Section 2019: That's How I Like My Tour
They’ve had their own TV special at the London Palladium, they have an iTunes-chart-topping podcast and now they’re touring the country; it’s the one and only Horne Section’s one and only 2019 Tour.
St David’s Hall The Hayes, Cardiff
Thu 27 Jun 19

More details - Royal Welsh College Symphony Orchestra
The mighty sounds of Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man tower above the finale of his Third Symphony. And that’s just the climax of a concert that’s supercharged with all-American energy, from John Adams’s high-octane opener to the hard-edged urban stylings of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s jazz-inspired Riffs and Refrains.
St David’s Hall The Hayes, Cardiff
Fri 28 Jun 19

More details - Il Divo: Timeless Greatest Hits Live 2019
Il Divo return to the UK in 2019 with their Timeless Tour, which will see them perform their greatest hits live at Motorpoint Arena Cardiff. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.
Motorpoint Arena Mary Ann Street, Cardiff
Fri 28 Jun 19

More details - The Gin & Rum Festival - Cardiff - 2019
he UK’s largest Gin & Rum Festival tour is coming to Cardiff! Get ready to be spoilt for choice with over 60 different Gins and 60 different Rums in an amazing venue for you to discover. On arrival, you will receive a branded Copa glass, guide and glass satchel, which are all yours to take home.
pin Portland House 113 - 116 Bute Street, Cardiff
Fri 28 Jun 19 and Sat 29 Jun

More details - The Killers - Sounds of the City
The Killers will play a very special show at Cardiff Castle on Friday 28th June. The group, who were recently announced as Saturday night headliners for this year’s Glastonbury Festival (29th June), head to the Welsh capital the night prior, their first show in the city since 2012.
Cardiff Castle Castle Street, Cardiff
Fri 28 Jun 19

More details - Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra
Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra - Beethoven & Shostakovich: The Power of Music. Elgar’s rumbustious and affectionate musical picture of London at the turn of the 20th century is his Cockaigne Overture with its pomp and pageantry – the lovers in a park on a Sunday afternoon, the cockneys, the church bells and lots...
St David’s Hall The Hayes, Cardiff
Sat 29 Jun 19

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