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Welsh National Opera: Carmen
Without doubt one of the most alluring, popular and well-known operas in the world. The stage is set perfectly for the sultry Habanera and the rousing Toreador Song. Friday 19, Saturday 27 September & Thursday 2 October 7.15pm; Sunday 21 & Sunday 28 September 4pm. Wales Millennium Centre
 
 
An Evening with Pam Ayres
Pam Ayres brings her latest show to the Hall following the recent publication of her new book of poetry. Pam Ayres’ work is funny, and approachable. It sounds simple, as though dashed off, but this is deceptive. Her hair-trigger timing, her eye for the detail of everyday life, and for the absurdity therein, makes for an art that hides art. 28th September. St David’s Hall 
 
 
The Good, The Bad & The Welsh
Following on from the huge success of 2013’s hilarious I’ll Be There Now In a Minute this autumn the loveable Williams family are back at the New Theatre … and this time they’re off to Vegas! Writer Jack Llewellyn takes us from the rolling hills of Carmarthenshire to the bright lights of Las Vegas with another action-packed comedy featuring Trimsaran’s favourite family. 24th - 27th September. New Theatre
 
 
Cardiff Country Fair
Join us for a great day out at Cardiff Castle and surrounding parkland as we showcase the essence of rural Wales, celebrating the best of farming, food and the countryside. With farm animals, talks and cookery demonstrations produce and handicraft competitions, a Best of British produce market, country games and crafts, great food and drink it’s a great day out for all the whole family to enjoy. Cardiff Castle. 27 - 28 September
 
 
Richard Wilson (1714 - 1782) and the Transformation of European Landscape Painting
This major loan exhibition marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of Richard Wilson (1714-1782), perhaps Wales’s greatest artist. Before Wilson,  Wilson showed how landscape paintings could have layers of meanings and convey mood and emotions too. Runs till the 26th October 2014. National Museum Cardiff
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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.
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of the Welsh countryside
Visit the Taff Valley Quad Bike & Activity Centre near Cardiff and enjoy a range of outdoor activities and exciting new ways to see the Welsh countryside for all ages and abilities. Activities include Quad Biking, Clay Shooting, Archery, Gorge Scrambling, plus Gorge Walking in the Brecon Beacons and hen and stag weekends
Editor Choice ImageBowood (Wiltshire) Game & Country Fair
Back again to Bowood House – and headlining this year we have the amazing Horsemen of the Knight and there are the usual demonstrations of gun dogs, ferrets and birds of prey, plus the ever popular Falconry Village fair rides for the children and a bar tent for the adults. You can have a go at fishing or ferret racing, painting a pot or paint balling. Have a flutter on a ferret or simply shop until you drop. 27th-28th September
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