Friday and Saturday – Various Times – Colwyn Bay – Theatr Colwyn
• Friday – Seren yn Codi with Bear Glitz at 7.30pm.
• Saturday- Erwyd & Gatling’s Magical Matinee at 2pm.
• Saturday – North Wales Burlesque and Cabaret Festival’s Steampunk Extravaganza at 7.30pm.
Saturday – STEAMPUNK AND ARTISAN MARKET:
The market will take place on Station Road both outside and inside at Station Court (above Porters Coffee Shop) between 10am and 5pm featuring a range of goods from jewellery to cakes and event some unique artwork! There are also hair and makeup demonstrations taking place throughout the day.
THE MARKET IS FREE TO ATTEND
All workshops will be taking place at Station Court (above Porters Coffee Shop, Station Road, Colwyn Bay)
10am- 11am- Utilising props in your burlesque routine with Liberty Chimes
11am-12 noon- Cabaret Creativity with Sapphire Moon. THIS IS A FAMILY EVENT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
12 noon- Storytelling with Professor Llusern. THIS IS SUITABLE FOR ALL THE FAMILY
1pm-2pm- An Introduction to tribal fusion isolations and layering with Bridie Przibram
2pm-3pm- Crafting your alter ego with Ferrous Oxide
THESE WORKSHOPS AND ACTIVITIES ARE FREE TO ATTEND
This will also take place at Station Court.
3.30pm-5pm- Confidence in Burlesque with Raven Noir
ERWYD AND GATLING’S MAGICAL MATINEE
This will be taking place at Theatr Colwyn at 2pm
This show will be taking place at Theatr Colwyn at 7.30pm
TICKETS FOR THE SEREN YN CODI, MASTERCLASS, ERWYD AND GATLING’S MAGICAL MATINEE AND STEAMPUNK EXTRAVAGANZA CAN ALL BE PURCHASED HERE:
Theatr Colwyn – Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay. Phone: 01492 556677/872000. Web: www.theatrcolwyn.co.uk
The Big Garden Bird Watch Weekend
Saturday and Sunday 1 – 3- Llandudno Junction – RSPB
An hour for wildlife. Once again, the RSPB will be calling on people across North Wales to spend an hour watching the birds at their local green space and gardens. The purpose of the Big Garden Bird Watch is to record local sightings of birds and other wildlife so that we can get a snapshot of how wildlife is doing on a national scale.
An Hour For Wildlife – The Big Garden Bird Watch Weekend
Saturday and Sunday 1 – 3- Llandudno Junction – RSPB
It’s the Big Garden Bird Watch weekend! Join us at our Conwy nature reserve to make tasty puddings for birds, enjoy hands-on crafts and identify our feathered friends and what they like to eat on our ‘Big Garden Bird Watch trail’. There will be special offers in the shop too, with helpful advice and information from our knowledgeable staff and volunteers. Free event. Big Garden Bird Watch Trail – £1 per quiz sheet. Standard reserve entrance charges do apply if you wish to walk round the reserve trails.
Conwy Farmers’ Market
Wednesday 29th – 9 – 1 – Llandudno Junction – RSPB
Farm and locally produced quality produce from 9am to 1pm.
Free event. Web: www.conwyfarmersmarket.co.uk
RSPB Nature Reserve – Off A55, Llandudno Junction. Charges apply for reserve trails. Phone: 01492
584091 (or 01492 581025 for event bookings).
Visit the website for details of more activities at this site:
Portrait painting inspired by Anj Smith
Children’s Art Workshops for 5-12 years
Sunday – 11 – 12:30 – Llandudno – MOSTYN Gallery
Tips and tricks to paint your own imaginative self-portrait
Children under 8 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
£5 per child
Saturday – 11 -1 – Llanfairfechan
Saturday – Colwyn Bay – Bayview Shopping Centre
Rock Night – Rockagedoon
Saturday – 8pm – Llandudno Junction Labour Club
Stand Up At The Seaside
Saturday – 8pm – The Station Inn – Colwyn Bay
Laugh away the January blues with another evening of top-notch stand-up at Colwyn Bay’s monthly comedy club. This month features Edinburgh comedy award-nominated Seymour Mace, Keith Carter as Nige plus support from rising star Tony Wright; Entry is £12.50. To book tickets and tables of four or more please contact email@example.com or message us here.https://www.facebook.com/events/481888415827514/
Sunday – 7:30 – Rhos-on Sea
Tickets from Coast
In aid of Happy Faces
Holocaust Memorial Service
Sunday – 7pm -Llandudno
with Speaker – Mala Trinich MBE
Llandudno Emmanuel Christian Center
Refreshements and free entry to all
Saturday – 6:30 – Rowen
Rowen Cinema presents “Top Gun” at Rowen Memorial Hall.
Doors open 6.30pm, film starts at 7pm.
Murder in Rowen – A Tale
Saturday – 3pm – Young Farmers Club Hall
A tale to be told by Dr. Gwynfor Evenas accompanied by mince pies and mulled wine.
Entry £2 on the door.
Table Top Sale
Saturday – 8:30 – 3pm – St Mary’s Church – Betws-Y-Coed
Anj Smith in Conversation with Alfredo Camerotti
Saturday – 4 – 5:30 – Llandudno – Mostyn
Anj Smith, currently showing at MOSTYN, will be in conversation with our Director, Alfredo Cramerotti. The event will take place in the gallery space.
Working primarily with painting, Smith’s work reflects on the very possibilities and limitations of the medium itself. Her work excavates often overlooked art histories which she combines with her lived experiences to form the layers within her work. Exploring the very edges of representation, Smith’s intricately rendered paintings explore issues of identity, eroticism, mortality and fragility. Wildly feral landscapes, ambiguous figures, textiles, flora and fauna are intricately depicted.
Drawing upon sources as disparate as the works of Lucas Cranach, and the couture of Madam Grès, Smith weaves archaic traditions and contemporary signs together into a personal cosmology. Her paintings are rich in detail, colour and texture, collapsing strict definitions of portraiture, landscape and still-life whilst allowing elements of each to coexist.
Bydd Anj Smith, sy’n dangos ym MOSTYN ar hyn o bryd, mewn sgwrs â Chyfarwyddwr MOSTYN, Alfredo Cramerotti. Bydd y digwyddiad yn cael ei gynnal yn yr oriel.
Mae ei gwaith yn tyrchu i hanes celf sy’n cael ei anwybyddu’n aml iawn, ac mae hynny’n cyfuno â’i phrofiadau byw, i ffurfio’r haenau yn ei gwaith. Drwy archwilio ymylon cynrychiolaeth, mae paentiadau Smith wedi’u rendro’n gywrain ac yn archwilio materion hunaniaeth, erotiaeth, marwolaeth a breuder. O fewn ei gweithiau rhyfeddol o fanwl, defnyddir tirweddau gwyllt, ffigurau amwys, tecstilau, a fflora a ffawna prin ac egsotig, gan wau traddodiadau hynafol ac arwyddion cyfoes gyda’i gilydd yn gosmoleg bersonol.
Gan dynnu ar ffynonellau mor amrywiol â gweithiau Lucas Cranach, a ffasiwn Madam Grès, mae Smith yn plethu traddodiadau hynafol ac arwyddion cyfoes gyda’i gilydd yn gosmoleg bersonol. Mae ei phaentiadau yn gyfoethog o ran manylion, lliw a gwead, gan ddymchwel diffiniadau llym o bortread, tirwedd a bywyd llonydd tra’n caniatáu i elfennau o bob un gydfyw.
image/delwedd: Anj Smith, Untitled (Nothing Makes It Through), 2012. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Private Collection, London.
Ffin y Parc Gallery -Llanrwst
• 22 to 29 January – Winter Exhibition – Oriel Ffin y Parc Gallery has changing exhibitions by some of
the finest artists working in Wales, alongside the best of 20th Century Contemporary Art.
Ffin y Parc Gallery – Betws Road, Llanrwst. Open Wednesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, Sunday 11am
to 5pm. Phone: 01492 642070. Visit the website for details of more activities at this site: www.welshart.net/
MOSTYN – Llandudno
• Until 26 January – Jamie Barnes – Sea Structures – Inspired by his explorations of coastal paths
around Wales, Anglesey, Northumberland, Cumbria and Scotland.
• Until 26 January – In-sight 18 – A new collection of work by artists from North Wales at MOSTYN, in
partnership with Helfa Gelf Art Trail: Deborah Albrow / Mark Albrow / Louise Edwards / Helen Howlett /
Wini Jones Lewis / Verity Pulford. The exhibition is curated by Barry Morris, MOSTYN.
• Until 26 January – AS IT IS: Man’s footprint on the Welsh landscape – Photographs by Magnum
photographer David Hurn, accompanied by a film about the artist by Zed Nelson.
• Until 1 March – Anj Smith – Working primarily with painting, Anj Smith is interested in reflecting on the
very possibilities and limitations of the medium itself.
• Until 1 March – Chiara Camoni – Including new and recent works, Chiara Camoni’s exhibition
includes a collaborative piece made specifically for MOSTYN.
• Until 1 March – Nobuko Tsuchiya: 30 Ways to Go to the Moon – This new body of work by
Japanese artist Nobuko Tsuchiya is showing for the first time in Wales.
MOSTYN – 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 – Conwy.
11 January to 8 February – Annual Open Art Exhibition – The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art
is a charity whose aim is to create enjoyment of visual art through a lively exhibition and education
Royal Cambrian Academy – Crown Lane, Conwy. 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
ONGOING AND REPEATED COMMUNITY EVENTS
Nordic Walking for Adults
Every Thursday until Feb 27th – 10am – RSPB – Llandudno Junction
Fancy trying something new? Get outside and get active! Come along to this weekly Nordic Walking group meeting at RSPB Conwy every Thursday morning at 10am.
Beginners welcome, walking poles provided. £4 per session, pay on the day, or in advance. Contact Tony Bertola on 07891 658830, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Still Life Bereavement Art Group – Rhos on Sea
Thursdays – 2:15 – Rhos-On-Sea – United reformed Church Hall – Colwyn Avenue
A free, friendly art group for anybody (16+) who has been bereaved – run by The Escape Artists.
You don’t need to book, or have any experience to take part, and the atmosphere is very laid back!
A Cruse volunteer will usually be available to chat to in a separate room, at any time during the workshop.
For more info go to : https://www.facebook.com/events/2165487900227605/
Charity Coffee Morning
Friday – 10 – 11:30 – Colwyn Bay
Anita Macnamus, a Colwyn Bay young lady out of passion for caring in the community and compassion for isolated elderly, frail and disadvantaged people, is holding a coffee morning every Friday from 10 am to 11-30 am at the Centre for Cultural Engagement, 10 Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay LL29 8EL. Please support Anita and her mission . Hope to see you there with friends.
Mix and Mingle
Every 2nd Tuesday of the month – Rhos-on-Sea
Thursdays, 6.30pm to 8.30pm – Venue Cymru – Llandudno
Supporting people with dementia and their families through the joy of song.
The Forget-Me-Not Chorus meets each week to sing in a relaxed and safe environment. Each session is both empowering and enabling, providing an opportunity for friends and families to enjoy a shared activity, meet new people and experience the joy of singing together.
A partnership project with Forget-Me-Not Chorus and Venue Cymru
Car Boot Sale
Ever y Sunday – 7:30 – 12:30 – Mochdre – Village Hall
Cancer Support Group
Every first Friday of the Month- 10:30 – 12:30 – Deganwy
The Cancer Support Group is on tomorrow (Friday) 10:30-12:30 at All Saints Church in Deganwy. It is a lovely informal setting with cakes and drinks and open to everyone.
Classic Movie Club
on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month – 2pm Llanrhos
Come along to the Llanrhos Old School in Deganwy – movies start at 2:30 – refreshments from 2
Call Julie on 07860232641 for more info
Friday – 7 – 8 – Llanrwst
We are looking for new recruits for Friday football sessions at the Dyffryn Conwy Leisure Centre.
Any fitness or ability level are welcome to attend £4 for each session – you can attend as many or as few as you like.
For more info go to https://www.facebook.com/FatLads/?tn-str=k*For contact – email@example.com
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
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