D Day Remembrance Event
Saturday – 10Am – Llandudno
There will be a service of remembrance attended by S-day and Battle of Normandy veterans on Saturday at the Llandudno War Memorial. The names of the five Llandudno men who died during the Battle of Normandy in the summer of 1944 will be read out. For the rest of the day there will be displays and stands situated around the war memorial.
Friday – 8pm – Llandudno
Following their sell-out gig in March, The Quaynotes will be back in the
Underground Bar with their own swing-jazz take on songs old and not-so-old. At the Underground Bar at
Tiffany’s, 17 Gloddaeth Street, Llandudno.
Music begins at 8pm. Admission £5.
Phone: 07789 268720.
1940’2 and 50’s Themed Dance
Saturday – 7:30 – 10:30 – Llanfairfechan
Lots of fun – bring something for the buffet – dress from the era is optional
£8 on the door
Call Medi 0n 07500337093 for more info
Quest Wales – Run – Cycle – Kayak
Saturday – Betws-Y-Coed
Embark on a physically gruelling journey and be part of
Quest Wales. Racers will test their ability with a choice of 3 demanding and scenic routes through the breath-
taking Snowdonia National Park. From Cae Llan, Betws-y-Coed. See website for full details:
P1 AquaX UK Championships
Saturday and Sunday – 12pm – Colwyn Bay
Presented by Experience Kissimmee, this promises to be
an explosive weekend of Jet Ski racing from Colwyn Bay Promenade. From 12pm.
Free to spectators.
Phone: 0207 9354977.
Jabberwocky on the Promenade
Sunday ( and again June 30th ) – 12 – 6 – Llandudno
Jabberwocky are a 4-piece band playing classic
pop, blues and soul from the ‘60s to the present day. They collect for their chosen charity, Cancer
Research UK. On the Bandstand, Promenade, Llandudno from 12pm to 6pm.
Phone: 01745 550564.
Family Fun Day
Saturday – 10 – 4 – Pontio – Bangor
Sunday 1 – 5 – Rhos-on-Sea
Film Screening – Patagonian Bones
Friday, Sunday, Monday and Saturday 15th – Various times – Aberystwyth Arts Centre
150 years ago, the first Welsh settlers arrived in Patagonia and many of their descendants still live in a small community in the south of Argentina. This documentary follows a group of archaeologists who believe they may have excavated bones belonging to the first Welsh woman to die there, in 1865. This documentary explores how a set of human remains may close the circle on a fascinating story.
WELSH FILM SPECIAL OFFER!
This month, we’re delighted to have the chance to showcase Wales with three different films: Last Summer, the documentary Patagonian Bones (with director Q&A via Skype) and Wild Honey Pie (with director Q&A in person). Tickets for all three (at any time combination) are only £10 if purchased together. Please call the box office on 01970 623232 to take advantage of this offer.
North Wales Postcard Club Talk- ” An illustrated History of Prestatyn – Part 2 “
Monday -7:30 – Craig-Y-Don Community Centre
Thsi talk takes us through the from the time of the Roman invations of Britain.
Call Karlyn for more info on 01492 440763 or go to www.nwpcc.org.uk or find the club on Facebook
Adults Art Afternoon
Friday – 2 4- – Llandudno – MOSTYN
Friday 7 June Print
Art workshops for adults – discover your creativity in our informal sessions.
No previous experience necessary.
All sessions are from 2:00pm – 4:00pm
£5 per person
Booking advised (single sessions can be booked)
Call 01492868191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Dewch draw i Celf yn y Pnawn ym MOSTYN!
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Gweithdai celf i oedolion – dewch i ddarganfod eich creadigrwydd yn ein sesiynau anffurfiol.
Saturday – 2:30 – MOSTYN – Llandudno
Join us for the fourth in our ‘Where art and words collide’ lecture series – Treat art with Dada, by Dr Sarah Pogoda, at 2:30pm on Saturday, 8 June.
Zurich, 1916 – Europe´s nations are at war. Artists from all over Europe, however, unite in Zurich to follow their transnational passion for art, particularly poetry – and they find Dada. Dada was their answer to the ideologies of their time, Dada was their answer to rigid ideas of art,Dada was their answer to everything. ‘Why can’t a tree be called Pluplusch, and Pluplubasch when it has been raining?’ Hugo Ball´s simple question nails Dada´s powerful imagination that transformed our ways to make and perceive art until today.
Booking is advised on 01492 868191 or by calling into the gallery.
‘Where art and words collide’ lecture series
What is literature? What is art? What is beautiful? The relationship between artist, author, and audience is fraught with uneasy expectations of finding ‘meaning’. However, both literature and art thrive in places where art and words collide and meaning breaks apart to reveal alternative worlds and new approaches. From a historical look at violence in literature, to the places where narrative threads turn into digital tapestries, words trade meaning to become llym ynghylch celf, Dada oedd eu hateb i bopeth. ‘Pam na all coeden gael ei galw’n ‘Pluplusch’, ac yn ‘Pluplubasch’ pan mae hi wedi bod yn bwrw glaw?’ Mae cwestiwn syml Hugo Ball yn hoelio dychymyg pwerus Dada a weddnewidiodd ein ffyrdd o greu a gweld celf hyd heddiw.
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Cyfres o ddarlithoedd ‘Lle mae celf a geiriau’n cwrdd’
Beth yw llenyddiaeth? Beth yw celf? Beth yw prydferthwch? Mae’r berthynas rhwng arlunydd, awdur, a chynulleidfa yn llawn disgwyliadau anesmwyth o ran canfod ‘ystyr’. Fodd bynnag, mae llenyddiaeth a chelf yn ffynnu mewn mannau lle y mae celf a geiriau’n cwrdd, a lle bydd ystyr yn rhwygo ar agor i ddatgelu bydoedd gwahanol a dulliau gweithredu newydd. O fwrw golwg hanesyddol ar drais mewn llenyddiaeth, i’r mannau lle y mae elfennau naratif yn troi’n dapestrïau digidol, mae geiriau’n cyfnewid eu hystyr i ddod yn synau, a phersbectif yn ail-lunio dulliau creadigol i ddod yn gelfyddyd newydd.
ONGOING AND REPEATED EVENTS
Every Tuesday and Thursday from 2 May to 17 October – Male Voice Choir Concerts
Our renowned Male Voice Choir concerts return for the summer season 2019, with a range of beautiful songs
in English and Welsh. At St John’s Methodist Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno from 8pm to 9.45pm.
Doors open from 7.15pm. Tickets: £7 (£1 reduction with a Conwy resident’s card). Phone: 01492 860439.
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
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
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
Derek Boshier: It’s only when the tide goes out… Selected works and ephemera, 1976 – 2018
• Until 30 June –
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.An exhibition of drawings, paintings, prints and videos, along with lesser-known photographic and sculptural works and ephemera from the personal collection of English pop artist Derek Boshier who first came to prominence as part of the British Pop Art movement in the early 1960s.
Containing works from the last four decades of the artist’s career, presented here is a never before seen portrait of an artist whose own work he has described as “art that’s political, not political art”.
S Mark Gubb: The Last Judgement
• Until 30 June – – 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.
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