Peter Pan Panto
Saturday – December 31st – Venue Cymru
Peter Pan flies into Llandudno for the festive season! Don’t forget to hook your tickets for this year’s must-see, high-flying pantomime!
Fly to the Box Office to book your tickets now, or you’ll be forced to walk the plank and miss the dashing yet dastardly Ryan Thomas as Captain Hook, the laugh-out-loud Llandudno favourite Andy Jones as Mrs Smee and the brilliant Pauline Daniels as Mimi the Magical Mermaid.
Don’t let this year’s panto set sail without you!
Peter Pan yn hedfan i Landudno ar gyfer tymor yr ŵyl! Peidiwch ag anghofio archebu eich tocynnau ar gyfer y pantomeim eleni!
Ewch i’r Swyddfa Docynnau i archebu eich tocynnau nawr, neu fe fyddwch yn cael eich siomi ac yn colli’r anturus ond llwfr Ryan Thomas fel Capten Hook, y doniol Andy Jones, sy’n hen ffefryn yn Llandudno, fel Mrs Smee, a’r gwych Pauline Daniels fel Mimi y Forforwyn Hud.
Peidiwch â cholli’r panto eleni!
09-31 December / Rhagfyr
Tickets / Tocynnau: venuecymru.co.uk/peter-pan / 01492 872000
Old King Cole
Friday ( 7pm ) and Sunday ( 2pm ) – Llandudno
CHAPS Pantomime – Come and join us at the annual acclaimed CHAPS
pantomime – Old King Cole. Guaranteed fun for all the family. At the Trinity Centre, 60 Trinity Avenue,
Llandudno from 7pm on Friday 8th and 2pm on Sunday 10th.
Tickets: adult £8, concessions £7 and child £6.
Available on the door or reservations in advance on 01492 584738
Friday – 6:30 – Colwyn Bay – St. John’s Church
Rydal Penrhos and Community Council and School orchestra are putting on a charity carol concert with all funds raised going towards the RNLI.
Thursday – 7pm – Abergele
Come along to the Manchester Lounge tea bar at Abergele Hospital and help raise some funds. Beulah Brass will be there to accompany the children of Ysgol Glan Morfa .
Free event – tea and coffee available
ELF the Musical
Saturday( 7:30 pm ) and Sunday ( 3pm ) – Craig-Y-Don Community CentreLlandudno Youth Music Theatre present Elf The Musical JR followed by a festive sing-a-long.
Tickets priced at £7 adults and £5 children
Saturday – 10 – 12 – Henryd
Come along to Ysgol Llangelynnin where you’ll find a warm welcome, lots of stalls, tombola,children’s crafts, books etc.
Tea, coffee and bacon baps too!
Free entry – all welcome!
Christmas craft-making, games and a treasure hunt for youngsters at Llandudno Museum.
Saturday – 10:30 – 11:30 ( up to 5 yrs old ) and noon – 1pm ( 5-10yrs old )
Cost £2.00 per child plus £1.00 per sibling.
We don’t have a huge amount of space, so it’s first come first served up to about 15 children per session.
Please let us know you’re coming , by calling us on 01492 876517, or by mailing email@example.com
Please note – we expect parents/guardians to stay with their children during the events!. Like I say, space is limited so please try to avoid bringing large prams and the like. Thanks.
Nativity In The Park
Saturday – 3pm – Craig-Y-Don
St David’s Methodist Church and friends are planning to put on a live Nativity in the Park on Saturday 9th December at 3pm.
The whole neighbourhood is invited to take part in the story dressed as a character, or as a member of the crowd following the action. Simple refreshments will be served after the event.
For further details please contact Rev Bev Ramsden on 01492-877799 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday and Sunday – 11 – 2:30 – Tal-Y-CafnThe Christmas Elves are back at Bodnant Garden, come along
and help them with their crafts, and make something to take home.
No need to book, just drop in at the Old Mill.
Birds of Bodnant Garden
Friday – 11 – 12 – Bodnant Garden – Tal-Y-CafnLed by a specialist from Birdwatching Trips, find out about the species that live in the garden
and how to identify them by sight and sound. Booking essential.
ArtlySparklyDesigns and Uniqui
Saturday and Sunday 10 – 4 – Llandudno JunctionA display and sale of nature and landscape photography, sea glass and nature jewellery and felt animals.Sam East is a local amateur photographer who captures images of nature to inspire, calm and transport you to faraway places. From
10am to 4pm. Free event.
Rhos-on-Sea Country Market
Friday 10 – 12 – Rhos-On-sea
With home baked bread, cakes, preserves, fresh eggs, plants, many handcrafted cards and gifts. Refreshments available, everyone welcome.
At the United Reformed Church, Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea from 10am to 12pm. Phone: 01492 544920
Llandudno 5K Santa Fun Run
Saturday – 8- 12 – Llandudno
This is a real family event where even the family pet is welcome.
The 5km route takes you along the seafront of Llandudno’s North Shore. You
can walk, jog or run 5km. Participants will receive their own Santa suit to wear and a medal.
On North Shore Promende, Llandudno from 8am to 12pm.
Phone: 07769 958671. Web:
Antique and Collectors Fair
Saturday – 9- 4pm – Llandudno Town Hall
Organised by Llandudno Lions with a wide variety of
items on sale with prices to suit everybody’s budget from £1 to £100s.
All profits to local charities.
At Town Hall, Lloyd Street, Llandudno from 9am to 4pm. Admission: adult 50p. Phone: 01492 870147
Conwy Medieval Christmas
Saturday 4 – 7pm – Conwy
Conwy Winterfest is an exciting event with street
entertainers, musicians, choirs, Clerical Error Black Face Morris Dancers, sword fighting on Lancaster
Square, hot chestnuts and much more. Torch lit procession with Armoured Knights and their Ladies at
5.45pm. From 4pm to 7pm.
Alzheimer’s Society Cymru Carols at Christmas
Saturday -6:15 – Llandudno
Join us for a magical evening
of carols, festive treats and top class entertainment, all in support of Alzheimer’s Society Cymru.
At Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Square, Llandudno from 6.15pm o 7.45pm (doors open 5.30pm).
Adult £8; person with dementia and carer £12; child (under 9) £4. Phone: 0330 333 0804. Web:
Surf Snowdonia Christmas Markets
Saturday and Sunday 2:30 11pm – Dolgarrog
Expect high quality stalls to get your
Christmas gifts, festive grub, live music, Christmas bouncy castle, a visit from Father Christmas,
Christmas arts and crafts. AND we will have a drive-in cinema both days playing some of the very best
Christmas films! At Surf Snowdonia, Conway Road, Dolgarrog from 2.30pm to 11pm.
Free entry to markets.
Phone: 01492 353120. Web: www.surfsnowdonia.com/christmas/
Carols and Coffee
Sunday 5:30 – 6:30 – Llandudno – Providero
The SING community choir will be at Big Prov on Sunday for an evening of mince pies, carols and Christmas cheer.
All welcome! Free admission.
Charity Dog Walk
Saturday – 11:30 – Llanfairfechan
Saturday and Sunday – 12 – 5pm – Llandudno
Come and join us at Santa’s Grotto. Kids will get to meet Santa and pose for their own photos on Santa’s sleigh; post a letter to Santa and also receive
a present from Santa. Admission: £5. Booking is advised. At Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre,
Great Orme, Llandudno from 12pm to 5pm. Phone: 01492 874707. Web: www.jnlllandudno.co.uk/
Saturday – 10 -12
Old Colwyn Methodist Church
Friday ( 7:30 ) and Saturday ( 4;30 ) – Conwy
St Mary’s Choir are singing at a number of carol services in the lead up to Christmas.
This Friday, we are singing at an Advent Carol Service at St Michael’s Roman Catholic Church, Conwy. The service starts at 7.30 pm and will be followed by a buffet supper. Admission is £5, with all proceeds going to Ty Gobaith Children’s Hospital.
On Saturday we shall be singing carols at the entrance of the old Palace Cinema on High Street at 4.30pm prior to the torchlight procession
Santa In the Woods
Sunday 11:30 and 1:30pm – Bodelywyddan
Are you on the naughty or nice list this year?Santa is visiting Bodelwyddan Castle and Park and has a gift for every good boy & girl.Join us in the courtyard, and walk up through William’s Wood to meet Santa, and let him know what is on your Christmas list. Settle down in our outdoor classroom and enjoy a Christmas activity with Santa’s helpers, before he arrives!Price includes gift, plus a days admission to Bodelwyddan Castle and Park for one child, plus complimentary admission for one accompanying adult.Spend a day in our beautiful grounds, and visit our Historic House, which is dressed for Christmas. To complete your day, why not visit Caffi Celf, and enjoy delicious home cooked food, freshly prepared.(Further adults would need to purchase a standard day admission ticket)
Christmas Tree Festival
Starts Saturday 11 – Llanrwst
The event starts with musical presentation at St. Grwst’s Church with an advent event ( arts and crafts and storytelling for children ) , homemade soup lunch. The displays ( from local businesses and societies ) will be on display until 12th night.
Free entry but donations gladly accepted
Friday 2pm – Penrhyn Bay
Come along and enjoy some multi-media wildlife-themed quizzes (just for fun) – and festive food, too!
Admission £2 refreshments included
Friday 6-7:30 pm – Penrhyn Bay
Admission only £1 includes bingo prizes.
All ages welcome.
We look in detail about an event or issue in the Conwy area
The team at Conwy Cynhalion (Conwy Rural Partnership and Conwy Local Action Group ) had a hugely successful event recently when they hosted a Rural Jobs Fair in Llanrwst’s Glasdir Business Centre.
With almost 40 business attending the range of opportunities on offer was astounding.
There was the chance to get help with your CV, practise interview techniques, learn about apprenticeships and college courses as well as immediate employment opportunities being offered by many local businesses such as The Royal Oak and The Deganwy Quay Hotel.
There was also a number of groups with stands who were able to offer advice and help about getting into employment and support, not just with general wellbeing but also more specific issues, such as The ROWAN organisation who support services to disabled people, older people, people with learning disability, people with mental ill-health, families and carers.
Along with the workshops and the chance to speak to people from so many different organisations there was also a bit of fun to be had – the lovely folk from the Picture Box Photobooths were in attendance and everyone had a great laugh dressing up, trying on hats and wigs and talking about uniform and appearance.
Entertaining everyone was the ever delightful Islwyn Jones representing Big Ideas Wales – supported by his beautiful owls and birds of prey who made themselves comfortable meeting everyone and flying about the hall.
It was a delight to see so many people of all ages getting help searching for work, information and support in such a welcoming environment and great to this event happening in Llanrwst reaching people in Conwy’s more rural areas.
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