Today to 20 Feb 18 within 40 miles.

More details - Antique, Vintage and Collectors Fair
The Lions have been holding an Antique and Collectors Fair for many years. It is held every first Saturday of the month in Llandudno Town Hall. Close to shops, restaurants, cafes etc. A wide variety of items on sale with prices to suit everybody’s budget from £1 to £100’s.
Llandudno Town Hall, Lloyd Street, Llandudno.
Sat 3 Feb

More details - Simply the Best Antique Fairs
Small, friendly Antique and Collectors Fair in LLandudno Town Hall. On sale a wide variety of items, collectables, jewellery (both fine and costume), glass, paintings and prints, postcards, books, vintage fashion, linen, records and other weird and wonderful items. With prices to suit everybody.
The Town Hall, Lloyd Street, Llandudno.
Sat 17 Feb, Sat 17 Mar, Sat 31 Mar

More details - Ballroom Dancing to Phil Hampson's  Music
Phil Hampson provides Music for Ballroom Dancing. Come and enjoy Ballroom, Latin American and Old Time dancing to superb music from this very talented local musician, in a happy, friendly and social atmosphere, or just come and listen to the music! Everyone welcome
St David’s Church Hall, Penrhyn Bay
Fri 26 Jan, Fri 2 Feb, Fri 16 Feb, Fri 23 Feb, Fri 2 Mar, Fri 16 Mar

More details - Bangor Music Festival
The Bangor Music Festival takes place on 2nd & 3rd February 2018. The theme for the Festival in 2018 will be "Space". The Bangor Music Festival is a unique opportunity to explore space, planets, stars and galaxies through the medium of music and science that will be an inspiration to the whole family.
Bangor Bangor, Gwynedd
Fri 2 Feb and Sat 3 Feb

More details - Sophie Willan: Branded
HERALD ANGEL AWARD – WINNER 2017 EDINBURGH COMEDY AWARD – BEST SHOW – NOMINEE 2017 BBC NEW TALENT HOT LIST 2017 CHORTLE NEWCOMER - NOMINEE - 2017 After the award winning, critically acclaimed, sell out success of her second comedy hour at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with her show ‘Branded’ - Bolton born
Pontio, Bangor University, Deiniol Road, Bangor
Wed 14 Feb

More details - Memory Cafe: Kinmel Bay
* FREE EVENT * Aimed at those living with Dementia, their families, friends and carers. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with like-minded people. Every month we have something different going on, including entertainment, guest speakers and activites such as bingo. Refreshments are provided.
Kinmel Bay Community Library, Kendal Road, Kinmel Bay
Mon 29 Jan, Mon 26 Feb, Mon 26 Mar

More details - St Kentigern's Family Rave
Party like its 1990 dancing to club classics with the kids – forget the Sunday roast and burn off some energy with the family! This event promises lots of fun and giggles for all generations whilst raising funds for a worthy cause. Join us for St Kentigern Hospice’s first family rave – you will have a blast!
Nova Centre, Beach Road West, Central Beach, Prestatyn
Sun 4 Feb

More details - Clwydfryn - Open Garden for NGS
¾ acre plantswoman’s garden, well worth a visit any time of the year. Collection of snowdrops, epimediums, hellebores and daffodils in spring. Many unusual bulbs, shade loving plants and perennial borders in summer. Alpine house with sand plunge beds new in 2016 to house alpine plants and bulbs.
Clwydfryn, Bodfari
Wed 14 Feb, Wed 14 Mar, Wed 11 Apr

More details - Crafternoons at West Kirby Arts Centre
Here is your chance to get creative’s the perfect way to beat the January blues and escape the stresses of life. Have fun with art, learn new skills and mix traditional methods with contemporary techniques to create your very own 3d merman or mermaid.
West Kirby Arts Centre 29 Brookfield Gardens
Sun 28 Jan, Sun 4 Feb

More details - Little Red and the Big Bad Wolf
A highly theatrical re-telling of the well-known classic tale packed with music, dance and song. A small figure sets off, with red cloak and hood, to grandma’s they go, the other side of the woods.
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Thu 25 Jan to Sat 27 Jan

More details - Catrin Finch
A world-class Welsh harpist, Catrin Finch has won rave reviews for her virtuosic performances. Her beautiful programme ranges from Bach and Debussy to traditional Welsh airs and will include: JS BACH – Prelude from Violin Partita No.3 DEBUSSY – La Fille aux cheveux de Lin PIAZZOLA – Libertango TRAD WELSH – Airs
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Sun 4 Feb

More details - 2071
In 2071 the professor’s granddaughter will be the same age as he is now, but what kind of world awaits her£ Exploring issues of pollution, waste and climate change in word, song and video, this Welsh language show will make you question your relationships with the world around us.
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Mon 5 Feb

More details - SK2 Jazz Orchestra
Hear the best of the late, great Stan Kenton as this 18-piece big band performs Johnny Richards’ thrilling orchestrations of the Cuban Fire Suite and classic West Side Story numbers.
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Tue 6 Feb

More details - Hanna
This funny, heartfelt and compelling world premiere from Off West End Award nominee Sam Potter asks what family means in a modern society, delicately weaving in questions of racial identity, economic privilege, and the lottery of birth.
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Wed 7 Feb and Thu 8 Feb

More details - Tudur Owen – The Size of Wales
Join the award-winning comedian (as heard on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show) on a joyous and sometimes surprising journey to find out what it actually means to be Welsh. Are we different£ What do other people think of us£ Do we even care£ Recommended Age: 16+
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Wed 14 Feb and Thu 15 Feb

More details - Wy, Chips a Nain
A Welsh language production - a truly heart-warming family tale celebrating the unique relationship between grandparent and grandchild. Guto loves spending time with his Nain. A boat trip to Ireland, picnics by the sea, semaphore flags and fairies turning children into sausages!
Theatr Clwyd Mold, Flintshire
Tue 20 Feb and Wed 21 Feb

More details - Potato Day
There will be a wide variety of seed potatoes and vegetable seeds for sale, plus onion sets, garlic bulbs, rhubarb crowns, fruit trees, strawberry plants and other soft fruits.
The Daniel Owen Centre, Earl Road, Mold, Flintshire, (NEW VENUE)
Sat 17 Feb

More details - Serenades on Sundays
Tea, Cakes and a Concert The next concert in our 2018 Winter series is on 21st Jan and is a fantastic opportunity to hear moments of medieval madness and jollity! Cornamuse or Crumhorn? Fayre Play bring you a super afternoon of music from a bygone age on period instruments In Feb.
Heswall United Reformed Church, Telegraph Road
Sun 11 Feb, Sun 11 Mar

More details - Spring Trail
From 12 to 25 February you can follow our Spring trail - look at the clues to complete the trail and win a prize! £1 per child; go to the Visitor Centre to receive your first clue!
Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre (NRW) Ganllwyd, Dolgellau, Gwynedd
Mon 12 Feb to Sun 25 Feb

More details - Tuscany 2017
An exhibition arranged through the work of Edsential, who aim to encourage young people to explore their artistic and creative potential. Students from the Wirral, Cheshire West and Chester, Cheshire East, Warrington and Manchester, Cheshire East visited Italy in late Autumn to produce the work for the exhibition.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Today to Sun 28 Jan

More details - un-settled - an exhibition by Steve des Landes
The visual language that painter, Steve des Landes uses may be conventional and figures appear realistic and natural but the space is manipulated and contorted as are the figures, to tell the story.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Wed 24 Jan to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sun 4 Feb, Wed 7 Feb to Sun 11 Feb, Wed 14 Feb to Sun 18 Feb, Wed 21 Feb to Sun 25 Feb, Wed 28 Feb to Sun 4 Mar

More details - Will Penn on exhibition
Celebrating the life and works of William Charles Penn 1877–1968, fifty years after his death in the first of two exhibitions. William Charles Penn was a painter and influential teacher at Liverpool School of Art from 1911 until after World War II. He was instrumental in the founding of the Wirral Society of Arts.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Wed 24 Jan to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sun 4 Feb

More details - Art Bloomers
Art Bloomers at the Williamson Art Gallery showcases artwork by 30 people from a community group under the tutorage of Marc Jones. On display will be work from 30 artist who attend the community art group who meet at the St James Centre of The North Birkenhead Development Trust.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Wed 24 Jan to Sun 28 Jan

More details - Animal Encounters
The Animal Encounters exhibition brings together paintings, drawings, prints and objects from across the museum collection depicting animals in a wide range of settings. The selection may change from time to time, especially to include work by living local artists contributing to the theme.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Wed 24 Jan to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sat 3 Feb

More details - People of the Williamson - photographic portraits by James Deegan
Photographic portraits showing the people of the Williamson and reflecting the the rich variety of people who are connected to the gallery, the museum and cafe. The first of two exhibitions from James Deegan - the second will look closely at the people of nearby Oxton Village. Free but donations welcomed.
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum, Slatey Road, Birkenhead
Wed 24 Jan to Sun 28 Jan, Wed 31 Jan to Sun 4 Feb


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