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Festival of Diversity XIIIFestival of Diversity XIII
The Festival of Diversity emanates the essence of a diverse Malaysian culture. It is set in beautiful colours, exotic cultures and scenes, mesmerising musical performances, spectacular dances and a vibrant performance of the traditional ’Dikir Barat’. Follow the story of Awang, the Malay Warrior captured as a slave by the Portuguese fleet as they invade the city of Melaka in 1511. 6th February, 7.30pm. St David’s Hall. CF10 1AH.
 
Rehearsal for Murder - New TheatreRehearsal for Murder
Following the phenomenal decade-long success of The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, which sold over 2 million tickets and continually played to packed houses across the UK, Bill Kenwright presents a new production of one of stage and screen’s all time classic thrillers, from the pen of the legendary award-winning team Levinson and Link, whose work includes the mystery series Murder, She Wrote and Columbo. 2nd - 6th February. New Theatre. Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3LN.
 
Sherman CymruThe Devil Inside
The Devil Inside is a gritty, glittery, Faustian folktale, set firmly in the twenty-first century. Inspired by The Bottle Imp, a short story by Robert Louis Stevenson, this brand new opera echoes his most famous tale The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde. This evening of magic and enchantment, with a touch of Tales of the Unexpected, will keep you guessing, and leave you thinking ‘be careful what you wish for’. A co-commission and co-production with Scottish Opera. 9th February 7.30pm. Sherman Cymru. CF24 4YE.
 
Henry VI By Shakespeare - Wales Millennium CentreHenry VI By Shakespeare
Following the success of last year’s all-female production of Richard III, Wales Millennium Centre are thrilled to be working with Omidaze (Oh My Days!) once more; this time on an all-female production of Shakespeare’s Henry VI (The Wars of the Roses). Exploring notions of power, leadership and trust, director Yvonne Murphy’s new production abridges the three classic history plays into one hard-hitting instalment, focussing on the personal journey of Henry’s rise to power. 1st - 20th February. Wales Millennium Centre.
 
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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 ImageThe Doctor Who Experience
Housed in a specially constructed facility in Cardiff’s Porth Teigr - a stone’s throw from the studios where Doctor Who is filmed - the Doctor Who Experience offers a unique, exciting and sometimes scary journey into fifty years of adventures in space and time.
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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
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