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St David’s HallThe Four Seasons by Candlelight
The Four Seasons has become one of the most celebrated pieces of classical music ever written and remains as popular today as when it was first performed. The verve and virtuosity of the 18th century is brought to life in this enchanting concert staged in an elegant candle-lit style setting with an evocative programme crowned by Vivaldi’s sublime masterpiece. Mozart Festival Orchestra in full 18th Century costume. 25th November, 3.00pm. St David’s Hall, The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1AH
 
Wales Millennium CentreRachel Williams Live!
Welsh Showgirl, Rachel Williams, returns with her dazzling sell-out, one-woman show, taking a kaleidoscopic journey through spellbinding song and dance performances, magical insights and comedic anecdotes – a principal dancer’s life lived in the spotlight, at Paris’ Moulin Rouge, on London’s West End Stage and in Hollywood, USA. Accompanied by her pianist, Williams has put her unique mark on an eclectic mix of familiar and lesser-known musical numbers; from 1920’s jazz to heart-wrenching French ballads, hilarious musical comedy to full-blown golden-era Hollywood classics. 24th November. Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Place, Cardiff, CF10 5A
 
New TheatreRuth Jones in The Nightingales
One of the UK’s best-loved stars, Ruth Jones, makes her highly anticipated return to the stage in this witty, thought-provoking and bittersweet new play by William Gaminara. Connie, Ben, Diane and Bruno gather every week in the village hall to practise their accomplished acapella singing. They are a motley crew, but whatever their differences, whatever the problems they may have at home, all are happily bound together in their shared love of music. Until one day Maggie knocks on the door. . . Soon she is urging them to enter Talentfest, a potentially life-changing route to Britain’s Got Talent. 19th - 24th November. New Theatre, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3LN
 
Sherman TheatreAfternoon Tea in Wonderland
Join us in Wonderland for crafting, songs and games before settling down to a tea party fit for a queen. Whether you are attending one of our Christmas shows or not, this is a full of fun activity to keep your little ones entertained. Afternoon Tea in Wonderland is a children’s activity, but all children must be accompanied by an adult. Duration 90 mins. Every Saturday in December, 4.30pm. Sherman Theatre, Senghennydd Road, Cathays, Cardiff, CF24 4YE
 
Mermaid QuayCardiff Winter Wonderland 2018-19
Cardiff’s Iconic Winter Wonderland returns on the 15th of November with the undercover Admiral ice rink, authentic bierkeller, alpine market and funfair. This year, we’ve included relaxed accessibility sessions, at which music will be played at low level, lighting will be static, and the capacity of the rink will be reduced to allow those who may need additional support to enjoy the facility. We have also included a disabled viewing platform and enhanced signage, and site accessibility for 2018/2019. City Hall
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Editor Choice ImageThe Cardiff Story
Discover how Cardiff was transformed from the small market town of the 1300s, to one of the world’s biggest ports in the 1900s, to the cool, cosmopolitan capital we know today. The museum, in the beautiful and historic Old Library building, is rich in stories, objects, photographs and film telling the history of Cardiff through the eyes of those who created the city - its people.
Editor Choice ImageCardiff Castle
Situated in Cardiff’s city centre, Cardiff Castle is perfect for a family day out, Discover 2000 years of history in the heart of the city. From the arrival of the Romans, through the Norman Conquest to lavish Victorian design. With a packed events programme , Cardiff Castle is one of Wales’ must visit tourist attractions.
Editor Choice ImageSt Fagans
is one of Europe’s foremost open–air museums and Wales’s most popular heritage attraction, standing in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle. Over forty original buildings from different historical periods have been re-erected in the 100-acre parkland during the last fifty years.
Editor Choice ImageCardiff Bay
Cardiff Bay is the area of water created by the Cardiff Barrage in south Cardiff, the capital of Wales. The revitalized waterfront at Cardiff Bay includes the Wales Millennium Centre, home of the national opera, orchestra, theater and dance companies, plus shops at Mermaid Quay. Architect Richard Rogers’ strikingly modern Senedd building houses the Welsh National Assembly.
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