Pontio’s Easter Bunny Adventure
Thursday 18th – 10:30. 12:30 and 2:30 – Bangor
Join us for an hour-long session packed with fun and suitable for the whole family. We’ll start by creating fun bunny ears and rabbit’s tails and then we’ll all go on an adventure through Pontio to feed the hungry little bunnies and maybe earn a reward!
Family activity, children will need to be accompanied but adults will not need to pay for a ticket.
Limited capacity, book to avoid disappointment
Tel: 01248 38 28 28
Bodnant Garden – Things with Wings Trail
Today to Thu 18 Apr, Tue 23 Apr to Sun 28 Apr – Bodnant Garden – Tal-Y-Cafn
Saturday – 7:30 – Llandudno – Venue Cymru
A fun-filled, glitzy evening of catwalks, entertainment and prizes! Raising much needed funds for Prom Ally!
Project Cinderella is a prom themed fashion show with models showcasing all of Prom Ally’s different collections. There will be catwalks, music, prizes, goody bags and lots of glitz and glamour!
The fashion show is to promote, spread the word and raise much needed funds for Prom Ally in order for her to keep doing what she does!
There will definitely be a few surprises and secrets revealed on the night too!
Ally’s aim is that eventually no one misses out on their school prom due to their financial situation and she can’t do it without you!
Wild Wednesday – Migratory Madness
Wednesday 24th – 2- 3:30 – Llandudno Junction
Easter holiday fun. Migration has begun! We’ll be searching for Summer visitors that have started to arrive on the reserve and exploring the various amazing journeys that birds make on migration. Suitable for children 5 to 8 years. Booking essential – Call 01492 581025 to book.
World Heritage Day
Thursday – 11 – 3 – Various locations
History of Deganwy Group Talk – Thomas Telford
Thursday 18th- 7pm – Deganwy – Peniel Chapel
Easter Sword Search
Friday 19th – Monday 22nd – 9:30 – 5pm – Conwy Castle
Bodnant Garden – Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
Friday 19th – Monday 22nd – Tal-Y-Cafn
Spring Art Exhibition
Friday 19th – Saturday 20th – Colwyn Bay – Porth Eirias
Members of the Denbighshire Art Society will be holding their Spring Exhibition in the conference centre at Colwyn Bay Porth Eirias during the Easter weekend from 10 am each day.
30 artists will be displaying their work which is all for sale – covering a wide variety of mediums and styles, sizes and prices.
If visitors are interested in joining the Society, members will be available to give advice and give more information regarding the Society and the program of events.
Simply the Best Antique Fairs
Saturday 20th – 8:30 – 3:30 – Llandudno
£20 double stall, free tea and coffee for all stallholders.
Wildlife drop in Thursday
Thursday 18th and Thursday 25th – 2 – 3:30 – Llandudno Junction
Easter Egg Trail
Sunday 21st – 11 – 4 – Conwy – Plas Mawr
Easter Egg Hunt and Crafts
Sunday 21st – 10:30, 1pm, 2:30 – Llandudno Junction
Ty^ Mawr Wybrnant – Ty Mawr Wybrnant Easter Egg Hunt
Monday 22nd – noon – 4pm – Penmachno
Search high and low for all the animals on the puzzle trail to receive your Cadbury chocolate prize. Booking Not Needed.
Simply the best Antique Collectors and Vintage Fairs
Mondays and Thursdays from 22nd – 9 – 4 – Betws-Y-Coed
£15 single stall.
Cars & Coffee on the Prom, Easter Sunday
Sunday – 9 – 2pm – Rhos – On – Sea
NOTHING TO DO: Except meet like-minded exotic car owners. Get there early to secure parking
NOTHING TO SEE: Except some of the smartest, sexiest and shiniest cars in town
NOTHING TO PAY: Just turn up. Bring your car
WHAT’S THE POINT? Simple. Why run an exotic car if you can’t show it off? Here’s your chance to impress. Plus great food and drink from the café
Over the Easter holidays we’ll be hosting our FILM+soundtrack disco in the Studio on Level 2 in Pontio.
Come and enjoy before or after films. Feel free to dress as your favourite film character!
See our monthly cinema programme for details of films being shown on these dates.
Tel: 01248 38 28 28
North Wales Makers Markets
Saturday – 10 – St Asaph
A wonderful array of Makers from all corners of North and Mid Wales. Space for over 40 stalls indoors and space for many more outdoors too. All our events at Phoenix Events are free entry to the public as we do not believe in potential customers having to pay out even before they see the stalls. We will have a nominated charity attending each event free of charge to help promote themselves.
so much more
At Phoenix Events Wales, we endeavour to use 40-50% of the income on advertising the events, locally and online media as well as mainline media.
Stall space from just £20
Stalls from £20
Free entry to customers
ONGOING AND REPEATED EVENTS
Multi-disciplinary Art Exhibition
Sunday 13th – April 28th – Plas Bodfa, Llangoed – Anglesey
65 projects from 61 creatives fill the entirety of Plas Bodfa, a currently empty manor house on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales. This remarkably multi-disciplinary group art exhibition explores the idea of ‘sui generis’, a Latin phrase meaning “of its (his, her, their) own kind; in a class by itself; unique”. It has been adopted by the legal profession for unusual buildings, properties that fall outside normal designation.
What are the possibilities of a house? With performance and painting, collage and ceramics, skateboarding and singing, poetry and polyrhythmic drumming, fairytales and photography, games and gramophones, sculpture and storytelling, re-enactments and a retroscope, this exhibition is a one-time opportunity to fill the currently vacant 36 room / 1,000 sqm space with creative acts, before complete renovation begins.
Alan Whitfield, Andy Hodges, Anna Mitchell, Anne Weshinskey, Arni Gudmundsson, Belit Sağ, Cathy Wroble, Christopher Bond, Clare Brumby, David Garner, Debbie Budenberg, Fiona Davies, Genesis Dove, Georgia Colman, Harri Carmichael, Heather AdHudson, Helen Birnboum, Helen Danson, Helmet, Ioan Griffith, Jan Hale, Jane Ross, Jayne Lawless, Jennie Halloway, Jonathan Lewis, Jonathan Smith, Josie Jenkins, Justine Montford, Karen Ankers, Ken Davies, Lara Usherwood, Lee Duggan, Lin Cummins, Marirose Pritchard, Martin Daws, Mel Roberts, Michael Prince, Mishelle Kit, Nellie Mann, Ness Owen, Nicola Carter, Ol Guse, Pat Arnao, Peter Appleton, Peter Hughes, Philip Cassidy, Remy Dean, Rhona Bowey, Rhys Trimble, Sarah Bowker-Jones, Secil Yayali, Stephen Green, Sterly and Snell, Tammy Woodrow, Thomas Witherick, Trish Bermingham, Ülgen Semerci, Veronica Calarco, Wanda Garner, Wendy Dawson
Sui Generis is a project of Julie Upmeyer, an artist and initiator.
The exhibition is part of the Anglesey Art Week’s – Open Studios and Galleries 2019.
Llanddulas Male Voice Choir Concerts
9, 16, 23 and 30 April – The ever popular, internationally
famous Llanddulas Male Voice Choir will perform concerts with both piano and harp accompaniment at
Gloddaeth United Church, Llandudno (corner of Chapel Street and Gloddaeth Street) from 8pm. Tickets
£6 (payable on the door). Phone: 01745 823791. Web: www.llanddulaschoir.co.uk
Rhos-on-Sea Country Market
Every Friday until 20 December (except Good Friday) – 10 -12
With homemade food, cakes, bread, savouries, biscuits, homemade crafts and seasonal plants for sale.
Refreshments available, everyone welcome. At United Reformed Church, Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea
from 10am to 12pm. Phone: 01492 544920
Up to 32 tables crammed with Vintage and Antiques from our quality 15 stall holders. Parking around the venue is restricted, there is a pay and display at the rear of the Town Hall. Good disabled access. Toilets are in the building.
Admission is 50p which includes a free Hot drink Tea or Coffee
Queens Hotel Llandudno.
Every Thursday 2pm til 4pm
Come along and listen to some beautiful music and enjoy a great afternoon out. Now the busiest afternoon on the N. Wales Coast. Party booking enquiries most welcome.
We have amazing crafters from around North Wales
So much quality.
Our crafters will include
Prestige Pens, beautifully crafted wooden pens, and stunning wooden bowls
Terrence Bunce will be at the Town Hall with his amazing Welsh Pottery
Cath and Allie’s amazing Photography
Jewellery from some of Wales top crafters, Including Sea Glass, Swarovski, Beads, amazing designs from our Top jewellers
Greeting from Bri and Jen will have amazing crafted cards
Honey wax products
Oil painted Art
Our Generation dolls clothes
There is so much to see, visit Llandudno’s premium Craft Fair Every Tuesday Llandudno Town Hall
9am – 4pm
Conwy Community Wellbeing Activities
Colwyn Bay and Surrounding Area
Llanfairfechan and Surrounding Area
Llandudno and Surrounding Area
Conwy Valley and Surrounding Area
Abergele and Surrounding Area
Rural Abergele and Surrounding Area
MOSTYN – 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno.
• Until 28 April – In-sight 16 – A new collection of work by artists from North Wales upstairs at MOSTYN,
in partnership with Helfa Gelf Art Trail: Niki Cotton; Nader Kohbodi; Susie Liddle; Hilary Reed; Amanda
Shields; Geraldine Swatridge. The exhibition is curated by Barry Morris.
• Until 5 May – Spatiality – Theresa Taylor and Nigel Morris – The combined exhibition of Theresa
Taylor and Nigel Morris presents to the viewer a continued development of their printmaking practices.
• Until 2 June – Folded Forest – Sky on high to burrow below – Folded Forest is the creative
partnership of Ruth Viqueira and Sarah Peel, founded in 2016. Together they design and make limited
edition prints, homewares and textiles.
• Until 30 June – Derek Boshier: It’s Only When the Tide Goes Out… Selected works and ephemera,
1976 – 2018 – We are pleased to present works by English pop artist Derek Boshier who first came to
prominence as part of the British Pop Art movement in the early 1960s.
• Until 30 June – S Mark Gubb: The Last Judgement – Taking Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel painting
of the same name as a starting point and reference, the exhibition includes a range of new and existing
sculptural works exhibited as an installation.
12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno. Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10.30am to 4pm. Phone: 01492
879201. Visit the website for details of more activities at this site: www.mostyn.org
Royal Cambrian Academy – Crown Lane, Conwy.
• Until 27 April – Andrew Smith RCA: Colourscapes – For Andrew Smith, the process of making over
time, has led to colour being the only real direction for his painting.
• Until 27 April – Keith Gardner RCA: Retrospective ‘Forty Years a Member’ – Best known for his
impressionistic oil paintings of the North Wales landscape, Keith Gardner has been a member of the
RCA for 40 years. We celebrate his work in this exhibition featuring over 120 paintings.
• Until 27 April – Wil Rowlands RCA: Erosion 2 – Elected to the RCA in 2017, this is Wil Rowlands’ first
exhibition at the Cambrian. His luminous work explores the Anglesey landscape.
. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 5pm. Phone:
01492 593413. Visit the website for details of more activities at this site: www.rcaconwy.org