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Thursday, 5 March 2020

Pub quiz for a good cause!

Are you into pub quizzes? Would you like to help a good cause?

On Monday 9th March at 7pm, the Pontcanna Inn is organising the world's biggest pub quiz! Come and enjoy this opportunity whilst helping people affected by Crohn's and Colitis.

''This time we are fighting against hunger as well as Crohn’s & Colitis UK. Right now, over 300,000 people in the UK are living with a lifelong disease that many people have never heard of.
It’s time to raise some more awareness of those suffering.

So join us for the world’s biggest quiz!
£100 bar tab for the winning team!
Donate what you can to participate, minimum £1.
Secure your table online at!

Thanks for your support.

Hosted by guest quizmaster Jimmy.

For more information visit''


Thursday, 27 February 2020

St David's day at the door!

It is St David's day on Sunday 1st March and a perfect day to listen to beautiful Welsh music!

''Welsh folk group Calan join BBC NOW to mark St David’s Day with a UK premiere of Cân Cnawd y Pridd – a suite of five compositions inspired by collections of traditional Welsh songs and tunes at the National Library of Wales. The suite, dedicated to the memory of Meredydd Evans - one of the most important song collectors of the 20th Century - is a joint commission between BBC NOW and Orchestre Symphonique de Bretagne.

Cardiff Singer of the World Song Prize finalist Angharad Lyddon also joins the Orchestra to sing 3 Welsh songs and BBC National Chorus of Wales perform Brian Hughes’ Noa.

Members of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales will play side by side with BBC NOW and a performance by male voice choir Côr Meibion Taf will take place in the interval. A perfect way to celebrate Wales’ national day!''

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Thursday, 20 February 2020

Six Nations in Cardiff!

Wales vs. France

Fancy supporting your team in the Principality Stadium this weekend?

Wales will take on France at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 22nd February during the third round of the 2020 Six Nations Championship.

Wales fought back from 16-0 down at half-time to beat Les Bleus 24-19 in the opening match of the 2019 Championship. More recently, Wales won a World Cup quarter-final against France 20-19 in Japan

Wales and France have contested 98 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1908. Wales have won 51 of those matches, whilst France have won 44 matches. There have also been three drawn matches between the two nations.

For more information and tickets, see:

Friday, 13 December 2019

Mighty Mathematics

‘Secrets and lies: The Hidden Power of Maths’

Got a good amount of presents yet? Why not stop the Christmas rush and visit a University of South Wales Christmas streaming on Saturday 14th December 2019? You will not be bored – you can count on that! ‘Secrets and lies: The Hidden Power of Maths’ presented by Dr Hannah Fry will definitely number among one of the more interesting lectures or at least equal to curious facts you already know. So calculate the level of risk to your Christmas preparations and join this streaming! ;)

''In these lectures, mathematician and TV presenter Dr Hannah Fry will unmask the hidden numbers, rules and patterns that secretly influence our daily lives…in ways we could never imagine.''

''She exposes how our gut instincts are often unreliable, while an unseen layer of maths drives everyday life in powerful and surprising ways.''

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Hand-made just for you!

Do you like markets? Do you fancy hand-crafted products? St Fagans Museum in Cardiff is organising a Makers market this weekend 30th November & 1st December 2019, 10am-5pm! Come to explore a variety of artisan goods including folk soap, welsh wood, ceramics, skin care and bee wax beauty products!

List of stallholders includes: Tracey Baker Ceramics, Cai Priestly, Polytypic Art, Pebble Stories, Grey Hare Candle Co., Nikolas Nik Naks, Flowers to Dreams and more…

Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Enjoy a dance piece in the Welsh capital!

Come and join the Cardiff Dance Festival running until 24th November 2019!

November 22-23, Cardiff Dance Festival presents....

Swish, featuring Tereza Hradilková, Filip Míšek and collective.

The seeds for Swish were sown when Tereza was working on Beating, a dance film set in a boxing club.

'I was fascinated by how boxers jump rope. I enjoyed the lightness of their movements, their changing rhythm, the movement of their arms and legs. I was enchanted by the different kinds of jumps and skips, and what really got me was the sound of the jump rope that accompanied their movements.'

So she set to work making Swish, and the jump rope grew to symbolise much more.

'Do you skip over yourself, go beyond your borders, or are you trapped in a repeating circle that you cannot escape?'

Awarded Dance Piece of the Year 2017 at the Czech Dance Platform 2017

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Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Unique Film Festival in Cardiff!

If you are wondering what to do this weekend, look no further. The Italian Film Festival 2019 is here! 

From Thursday 14th November to Sunday 17th November, the IFFC offers
 a series of unique, award-winning films in Pier Pavilion, Penarth and Chapter Arts Centre. Most of them are connected to Italian minority and migrant languages in honour of 2019 being The International Year of Indigenous Languages. Films featured include a ''look at the issue of migration from the perspective of two adolescents'' in ''Laura Lucchetti’s critically acclaimed drama Twin Flower and Phaim Bhuyan’s witty romantic comedy Bangla''; but also ''An absolute gripping revision of the myth of the birth of Rome and the tale of the twins suckled by the She-wolf'' in Romulus and Remus: The First King. 

So if you fancy hearing some Arbarësh, Sardinian or Proto-Italic, or just want to see an interesting piece of visual art, join the event!

Here is some general information about IFFC 2019 from
The Italian Film Festival Cardiff brings to the screens of Wales a dynamic and diverse portrait of contemporary Italy with its beauty, complexity and contradictions. The selection of cutting edge films feature all genres of Italian cinematography with a strong emphasis on new narrative forms and independent productions. During the past four years the Festival has become a lively space for directors, actors and producers from both sides of the Channel. Wales has always had an international aspect to its culture and a long tradition of being open to the world. The Italian Film Festival Cardiff aspires to be a part of Wales’ increasingly international artistic profile.

For more information and the programme see: