A fast-paced hilarious new adaptation by Derek Webb from HG Wells’ classic story. The thought of invisibility – and the advantages it could bring to someone – is one which has captured the imagination of millions since the classic HG Wells’ story The Invisible Man was first published.
Red House Old Town Hall, High Street, Merthyr Tydfil
Merthyr Farmers Market is held from 10am to 2pm on the first and third Friday of the month in the pedestrianised town centre on the main High Street between HSBC Bank and WH Smith. Here at Merthyr Farmers Market we sell homegrown, homemade & handmade produce, produced by local people.
Merthyr’s tastiest festival returns to the town centre on Saturday 21 July. This year’s Merthyr Food Festival will see even more food producers, cooking stalls and local breweries taking part in what promises to be a great day out for lovers of good food.
Join one of our volunteer led garden tours, hear a little bit about the history of Dyffryn and see the garden highlights this month. Each tour lasts approx. 30 minutes, please wear sturdy footwear and appropriate clothing for the weather. Meet outside the Visitor Reception 10 mins before start. Booking Not Needed.
Take in the seasonal highlights of the garden with an exclusive guided tour with our Head Gardener, Chris Flynn. Find out what is at its best this spring and what to look forward to in the following months.
Join artist, Debbie Devauden, on a one day botanical art course and learn how to draw subjects from our beautiful gardens. Artist, Debbie Devauden, will be running workshops throughout the year in Dyffryn.
Join us every Monday during Vale of Glamorgan school holidays to take part in a craft activity. Whatever the weather, create unforgettable moments with the family this autumn half-term. On 30th October, join us by getting crafty and creative for our popular Make it Monday in the Morning Room of Dyffryn House.
My Ladies, Lords and Gentlemen! WNO cordially invites you to this brand-new, rip-roaring, uproarious musical comedy. This tongue in cheek entertainment has been created for your delectation by the illustrious Ms Elena Langer (composer and suffragette) and the inimitable Ms Emma Jenkins (librettist and suffragette).
Machen Show is a great showcase for local producers, rural life and the talent of the surrounding community. The show hosts several exhibitor sections, including rabbits, poultry, goats, dogs, homecraft, horticulture and vintage engines.
Many varied village gardens will open for a great day out in the pretty hilltop village of Pentyrch, which nestles beneath Garth Mountain, opposite Castell Coch, just outside Cardiff.
LARGE plant sale in one of the gardens.
Delicious homemade light refreshments served all day in the village hall.
On the NW side of Cardiff and with easy access from the M4 J34, Creigiau Village Gardens incl four vibrant and innovative gardens. Each quite different, they combine some of the best characteristics of design and planting for modern town gardens with the naturalism of old fashioned cottage gardens.
In its 77th Year, the Machen Agricultural Show is a family friendly show with lots to see and do. If you love horses, then pony club entries are welcomed. We have a fabulous vintage machines and vintage tea dance section with its own band and dance lessons. Horticulture including entries for cakes, jams, craft etc.
An exploration through movement and group discussion to discover what it means to be ‘whole’. We will be looking at detox: how to nurture a wholesome relationship between diet and consciousness, as well as how to nurture physical and spiritual lightness and wellbeing through movement
Facilitators: Jackie Bradford...
Beulah Community Centre
A relatively new garden backing on to Llanishen Reservoir gradually establishing with something of interest and colour all yr round. Herbaceous borders, vegetables and fruit plants surround central lawn. Wild life friendly; variety of climbers and exotics. In front shrubs and herbaceous borders to a lawn.
Within mature woodland valley (semi-tamed), with stream and bog garden, extensive mixed borders; mini wildflower meadow, providing diverse wildlife habitats. Children must be supervised. The Nursery specialises in unusual perennials and cottage garden plants.
A mature garden developed by the present owners from an overgrown state over a period of 40 yrs. Areas of unusual plantings give interest through the seasons. Terraced rear garden, mature trees, numerous flowering shrubs and roses.