Arts and Literature
Posted on 13/05/13, filed under Arts and Literature, Brecon Beacons, Festivals, Wales | No Comments
Author: Watson Thomas
About: Watson is a Cardiff-born freelance writer who has written for everyone from The Times and the Independent Traveller to the South Wales Echo and Western Mail. Career highlight: going in search of (and finding) the Northern Lights in Norway… Continue reading
Posted on 23/01/13, filed under Arts and Literature, Castles, Days Out, Wales | Comments Off
Cadw is the Welsh Government’s historic environment service working for an accessible and well-protected historic environment for Wales.
Fact, fiction, fable or folk tale? We love a good story in Wales and boy do… Continue reading
Posted on 12/10/12, filed under Arts and Literature, Cardiff, Days Out, Wales | Comments Off
Cardiff centre is the host of the Artes Mundi exhibition, the UK’s biggest contemporary art prize, the exhibition began on the 6th October running through to the 13 January 2013 at Wales’ National Museum of Art and with free admission it’s a treat not to miss this Autumn and Winter.
Once you’ve been there why not head south to Cardiff Bay. Amongst the well known Bay
Posted on 17/09/12, filed under Arts and Literature, Castles, Guest Blog, Wales | Comments Off
Organisation: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales
Event: Historic Wales From the Air (Book Launch)
Impressive landscapes and historic buildings have long drawn the visitor to Wales… Continue reading
Posted on 03/09/12, filed under Arts and Literature, Bank Holidays Seasonal and Break Ideas, Days Out, Wales | Comments Off
As summer music festivals become fewer and far between, thus starts the season of the food feast. We’ve picked out a few of the best food and drink festivals for you to try, from honey to cheese, and mixed in a bit of everything else that’s going on, to help you plan your September.