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Welsh National Opera: Peter Pan
Richard Ayres and Lavinia Greenlaw’s new opera Peter Pan receives its UK première in a new production by Keith Warner. This isn’t the sanitized, saccharine Peter Pan of many recent adaptations, instead Ayres and Greenlaw bring to life the danger, delightful anarchy and vibrancy of JM Barrie’s original story. Peter Pan will enchant anyone of eight years upwards making it the perfect opportunity to introduce young family members to opera. 16 - 31 May Wales Millennium Centre.
The Sixteen
A Choral Pilgrimage - At Llandaff Cathedral. In 2015 The Sixteen takes a trip back to 16th-century Spain and more specifically to one of the biggest, richest and most cosmopolitan cities on earth - Seville. It was during this Spanish ‘golden age’ when arts and culture flourished, that Francisco Guerrero and Alonso Lobo made their mark. Between them these two composers capture an astonishing variety of moods within their music, from ecstasy and joy to despair, longing and devotional stillness. 23rd May 8:00pm.
Woyzeck is a play about poverty, love, betrayal and murder, and about a child who’s orphaned. It’s about a poor man in a quasi-moral society who pays a dreadful price for just trying to provide for his family. He has to sell his body, and loses his mind. No matter how hard he tries, it’s impossible for him to make sense of a world where mans disregard for man is complete. 22nd -23rd May. Sherman Cymru.
Bred in Heaven - The Road to Twickers
We go on tour with a rugby mad group of friends making the journey east along the M4, and over the Severn Bridge in a quest to support our boys in red as they aim to derail the chariot! Can Wales go one step further than 2011 and make the final? Can they turn over the old enemy on their own front lawn? Follow the highs and lows of outrageous misfortunes while cheering on our boys. 20th - 23rd May. The New Theatre.
Cardiff Walking Festival 2015
Welcome to Cardiff’s third walking festival which is now taking place during the National Walking Month of May. We have extended the programme to cover the whole month rather than for one week. We are teaming up with Big Welsh Walk to promote not just what is on your doorstep but what is just around the corner. There is a programme of guided walks which you can join but we are also focusing more on the trails which you can explore at your leisure. Details.
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Editor Choice ImageJurassic World Comes to Life at Smyths Toys Superstore
Calling all Jurassic World fans! The dinosaurs have made a break for it and are taking part in a special FREE event at Cardiff Smyths Toys Superstore, Capital Shopping Park, on Sunday, May 31st.Children are invited to the stores where the amazing Jurassic World app will be demonstrated. 11am – 5pm
Editor Choice ImageHaskins Lee Bristol VS Iwasa Ryosuke, Japan
Hennessy Sports Maxinutrition & Channel 5 in association with Sanigar Events proudly presents the IBF World Bantamweight Title. Live from Action Indoor Sports, Whitchurch, Bristol, BS14 0XA. Saturday 13th June. Door open 5.00pm. Boxing starts at 5.30pm. Tickets priced £35, £75 & £100 available from the ticket line box office. 0844 888 4402
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.
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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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