Conwy Honey Fair
Thursday – 9 – 4 – Conwy
A 700-year old Royal Charter Fair with honey and hive
products stalls, plants and farmers’ market stalls. Local beekeepers sell over a tonne of honey by lunchtime.
On the High Street, Conwy from 9am to 4pm. Phone: 01492 650851.
For more info go to :www.conwybeekeepers.org.uk
Llanddulas Male Voice Choir Concert
Thursday – 8pm – Llandudno
The ever popular, internationally famous Llanddulas Male Voice Choir will perform concerts with both piano and harp accompaniment at St
John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm. Tickets: £7. Phone: 01745 823791.
HELFA GELF ART TRAIL
Saturday – Sunday – 11 – 5 ( and the two following weekends too ) – All across the county of Conwy and beyond!
Every weekend this September, forge your own art trail around the area, calling in on painters, sculptors, photographers, jewellery makers, woodworkers, potters, textile workers, glass makers, basket weavers, printers, each one with a highly individual skill. Seeing an artist in action, chatting over a cup tea amongst the paints, clay and saw-dust gives you a real insight into the artistic process. And with over 250 to choose from there’s definitely something for everyone.
Take this great opportunity to hunt down those undiscovered art treasures and see how they’re made – whether you are just curious about what artists and craftspeople do in their studios, or want to start your own collection of interesting artworks bought direct from the makers.
For more info go to : https://helfagelf.co.uk/
Fun Dog Show
Saturday – 12:45 onwards – Bryn Pydew
Come along to the village hall and bring your four-legged friend who can take part in lots of categories.
Refreshments and a prize draw too.
For more info call 01492 581408
Saturdays – 11 – Llandudno Junction
Display and sale of artwork by Rachel Harris
Saturday and Sunday – 10 – 4 – Llandudno Junction
Saturday – 7.30 – 10 – Colwyn Bay
Mae Iolo Williams yn dweud wrthym am ei brofiadau yn gweithio fel Swyddog Rhywogaethau i’r RSPB.
Iolo Williams tells us about his experiences working as a Species Officer for the RSPB.
From the farmer who held an egg collector over a 40-foot cliff to a colleague who kept half a village awake with his snoring, to an Oystercatcher that briefly held up Prince Charles’ train, Iolo tells us not only about the wildlife and the threats they face, but also some of the great characters he met on his journey.
Informative, insightful and entertaining, this talk will keep the whole family entertained.
Ticket £16 from Venue Cymru
Saturday and Sunday – lots of locations all across Conwy
of Snowdonia, and Grade II* listed building. Exhibition display: ‘Travelling through history, the
roads and bridges of Caernarfonshire’. Open 11am to 4.30pm;
• 15 September – All Saint’s Church, Deganwy – This Grade II* listed Victorian church was designed by John Douglas, an architect who designed about 500 buildings in Cheshire, North
Wales and North West England. Open 10.30am to 3.30pm;
• 15 September – Shiloh Community Centre, Cwm Penmachno – The Shiloh is a converted
chapel with a Heritage Room celebrating the history and culture of the Machno Valley. Open
11am to 3pm;
• 15 September – St Cystennin’s Church, Llangystennin – St Cystennin’s Church was thought to
be founded in 338AD and dedicated to one of the Constantine’s. The present church was rebuilt
in 1843 and is Grade II listed. Open 10am to 4pm;
• 15 September – St Tudclud’s Church, Penmachno – St Tudclud’s lies at the heart of the
beautiful Machno Valley and has an outstanding collection of early inscribed stones. Discover
the history of Penmachno Woollen Mill. Spinning demonstrations throughout the day from 11am.
Open 10am to 4pm;
• 15 September – Tŷ Mawr, Wybrnant, Penmachno – One of the most important houses in the
history of the Welsh language and home to William Morgan, who translated the Bible into Welsh
in 1588. Open 10am to 4pm;
• 15 September – United Church, Penmachno – This is the third chapel on the site, built in 1873
as a Calvinistic Methodist place of worship. Admire this beautiful building with its gallery, organ
and decorated ceiling. Open 10am to 4pm;
Sunday – 10 – 4 – Pensychnant – Conwy
A welcome to knitters, crocheters, spinners, weavers, felters or any kind of stitchers, to come and spend the day working at your craft, at this outstandingly beautiful house and garden.
Llandudno and Conwy Valley Railway Society
Thursday – 7:30 – Llandudno Junction – Community Centre ( the old “Hotpoint Club ” )
There will be a talk on “West Shore Railway ” by Kieth Jones – all welcome
Young Farmers Auction of Promises
Friday night – at The Bee – Eglwysbach
Circa Tsuica: Now or Never
Thursday – Sunday – Pontio, Bangor
Under a star studded big top a vibrant band of international acrobats and musicians invite you to share in their circus spectacle, Now or Never.
Join in the feast as acrobats and musicians mingle, make and share pancakes before launching into an exhilarating fanfare of music and circus. And then watch as they fly, fling and swing across their beautiful tent on trapeze, Cyr wheels, trick bicycles, trampolines and seesaws to the thundering sound of brass.
Crazy, colourful and chaotic, Now or Never is an unmissable celebration in a big top in the grounds of Coleg Menai on Ffriddoedd Road in Bangor.
An unforgettable experience and great for sharing with family and friends!
Tryfan’s Jazz Band will be joining every performance!
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
More suitable for 5+ as the show lasts for 105 minutes with no interval
It will be possible to buy tickets for Now or Never at the Pontio box office until 5pm before every performance, after 5pm there will be a mobile box office up at Coleg Menai where you can buy and pick up tickets.
There will be a car park for Now or Never customers near Coleg Menai as well as a disabled car park by the tent.
Tel: 01248 38 38 28
Friday – Sunday – Various locations – Llandudno
LLAWN06 brings an exciting mix of contemporary art exhibitions and interventions, street performance, stupendous cinema and interactive fun, in surprising places, streets and secret locations around Llandudno.
Along the promenade, iconic Victorian bathing huts are transformed into hubs of creativity by local arts organisations and communities.
This energetic and entertaining arts festival will be held on September 14-16 throughout town and includes:
The Promenade – Bathing Machines and performances
John Street – Art Street,
MOSTYN, Vaughan Street – contemporary visual arts,
Haus, 26 Augusta Street – local artists’ work and installations,
Holy Trinity Church and St. John’s Church – incredible installations
Venue Cymru for theatre performances
The Tabernacle Chapel – films.
For more see www.llawn.org
Tel: +44(0)1492 879201
The Play That Goes Wrong
Ongoing until Saturday night – 7:30 – Llandudno
Back on the road following the phenomenal sell-out success of this year’s tour, the 2018 UK tour will visiting 34 venues nationwide, including Venue Cymru from 10-15 September 2018!
The Play That Goes Wrong is a highly physical comedy packed with finely-tuned farce and Buster Keaton inspired slapstick delivered with split-second timing and ambitious daring. The play introduces The ‘Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society’ who are attempting to put on a 1920s’ murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does, as the accident prone thespians battle on against all the odds to get to their final curtain call.
Winning eleven international awards, including the 2015 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy and a 2017 Tony Award for its Broadway transfer, The Play That Goes Wrong continues to play to sold out houses in the West End, whilst enjoying its new status as Broadway’s longest running play. It is a remarkable rags-to-riches story for a play, which started its life at a London fringe venue with only four paying members of the public at the first performance, and has since played to an audience of almost one and a half million worldwide. This autumn The Play That Goes Wrong has been playing simultaneously in twelve countries.
Tel: 01492 872000
Stunning Mountain Race / Ras Carneddau
Sunday – 9am – Llanfairfechan
Llanfairfechan, Carneddau Mountain Trail Race 12k. Entry price £18.
Run along the beautiful Carneddau Mountains from Llanfairfechan up Garreg Fawr to Rowen along the Roman Road and back. A challenging Trail Race with the most amazing views, hosted and organised by a local company Spintrails / Carneddau events, registration by TDL events. Visit www.carneddauevents.com to enter.
Or https://www.facebook.com/events/225990841487894/ for more info
Beach Clean Up
Saturday – 10 – Penmaenmawr
The Pals of Pen Prom September beach clean is on Saturday, September 15th. We will be doing the usual litter pick and a bit of gardening. We meet at 10am near the chalets by the paddling pool.
Marine Conservation Society is asking us to join the Great British Beach Clean the 15th. This is also when we monitor a section of the beach for the National Data Bank.
We’re usually finished and having a cup of coffee/tea and biscuits by about 11.30 so please come along and joins us!!
Antique, Collectors and Vintage Fair
Saturday – 9 – 4 – Llandudno
UK Pro Surf Tour
Sunday – Dolgarrog – Surf Snowdonia
U3A Choir Concert
Saturday – 7:30 – 9:30 – Llandudno
The U3A choir and a ukelele band will headline a social night at the Trinity Centre, Llandudno
There will be a raffle and refreshments available.
Tickets £5 – all proceeds towards Care of the Elderly at the Trinity Centre
Cars & Coffee on the Prom
Sunday – 9 – 2 – Rhos-On-Sea
summer from April to September for owners and lovers of classic and vintage cars. Attendance is free, so come along and meet like-minded enthusiasts to share stories, boast or covet. Everyone is welcome. On the Promenade, Rhos-on-Sea from 9am to 2pm. Phone: 07962 421417. Web: www.facebook.com/groups/272196209803253/
14, 23 and 30 September – Jabberwocky
pop, blues and soul from the 1960s 70s, 80s on the North Shore Promenade Bandstand, Llandudno
on 7 and 14 September from 4pm to 8pm and 23 and 30 September from 12pm to 6pm. Phone:
01745 550564. Web: www.jabberwockygroup.com/
*Free Sophrology and pain management taster on 14/09*
Friday- 1 – 2:15 – Mochdre
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Classic Movie Club
Every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month – 2pm – Llanrhos
Come along to Llanrhos Old School and see a classic movie twice a month.
Cakes and drinks from 2:00
Rhos-on-Sea Country Market
Every Friday until 21 December – 10 – 12
everyone welcome. At the United Reformed Church, Colwyn Avenue, Rhos-on-Sea
Phone: 01492 544920
Llanddulas Male Voice Choir Concerts
Every Tuesday in September – 8pm – Llandudno
The ever popular, internationally famous Llanddulas Male Voice Choir will perform concerts with both piano and harp
accompaniment. At Gloddaeth United Church, Chapel Street, Llandudno from 8pm.
Phone: 01745 823791. Web: www.llanddulaschoir.co.uk
Male Voice Choir Concerts
Every Tuesday and Thursday until 18 October -8pm – Llandudno
Enjoy the wonderful sound of Wales in the beautiful atmosphere of St John’s. Singing in both Welsh and
English. At St John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm.
Tickets: £7 (£1 discount for Conwy card holders).
Phone: 01492 860439. Web: www.stjohnsllandudno.org/
Antique, Collectors and Vintage Fair
Every Thursday in September – 9 – 4 – Betws-Y-Coed
A very popular Antique and Collectors Fair in the Snowdonia National Park. We have on sale a wide variety of
goods with prices to suit everybody. At St Mary’s Church Hall, Holyhead Road, Betws-y-Coed
from 9am to 4pm.
Admission: adult 50p, child under 16 free.
Phone: 01492 518597. Web:
Male Voice Choir Concerts
Every Tuesday and Thursday until 18 October -8pm – Llandudno
English. At St John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm. Tickets: £7 (£1
discount for Conwy card holders). Phone: 01492 860439. Web: www.stjohnsllandudno.org/
15 September to 20 October – 11 – 5 – Conwy
Phone: 01492 593413. Web: www.rcaconwy.org
MOSTYN – Llandudno
Arney; Phil Green; Janet Roberts; Dorothy Taylor. The exhibition is curated
by Barry Morris.
works from the David Roberts Collection. This exhibition explores shifts in perception of objects and
materials from contemporary daily life.
Sunday, 10.30am to 4pm. Phone: 01492 879201. Visit the website
for details of more activities at this site: www.mostyn.org
Conwy Country Market
Every Tuesday – 9:45 – noon – Conwy
We have a fabulous range of unique handmade crafts, including jewellery, greeting cards, knitted, crocheted, sewn and wooden items, along with seasonal plants, vegetables and fresh flowers. We also sell delicious home baking including cakes, biscuits and savouries and also preserves, jams and marmalade. Orders can be taken. Our café offers a very good selection of teas, coffees and snacks. As well as Facebook you can find us on Line-Up.
Country Markets members are of all ages and from all walks of life, but they are all passionate about offering the best quality local produce. All products sold at a Country Market are made by the members themselves in their own kitchens, grown in their own gardens or crafted in their own homes.
Every Tuesday at the Conwy Comrades Club.
Lots of delicious home-made food – all welcome!
We are situated opposite the Conwy Visitor’s Centre near the Conwy Castle car park. Look for our flags and signs!
Wildlife Art Exhibition
Wed- Sunday ( until end of Sept ) – 11 – 5 – Pensychnant – Conwy
Over 200 prints and originals by local artists – tea and coffee and cakes available in the lounge or on the lawns.
Visit the beautiful wildlife garden – donations appreciated.
For more info go to:https://www.facebook.com/Pensychnant/