One man’s collection of computer games consoles is to go on show at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea in a new Generation Games exhibition.
Is it beginning to look a lot like Christmas has taken its toll?
There’s no better way to cheer up the very long, grey month of January than a food fair.
Join award winning Big Learning Company to have a go at building and coding your own computer game using Bloxels and the BBC Microbit!
Beethoven’s symphonic cycle ends with nothing less than a mighty rallying call to all humanity. Its daring and at times outlandish writing has sparked debate ever since its premiere in 1824. Despite that, who can fail to be swept up by his Ode to Joy and vision of arcadia? Finding the right partner piece for the ninth is always a challenge. Huw Watkins, described as ‘one of the most rounded composer-musicians in the UK’ (Financial Times) and BBC NOW’s composer-in-residence, steps boldly into the breach.
Join us each month as we invite a leading expert in their field to give an introductory talk followed by friendly informal discussion.
Learn how to make handmade pom-poms from colourful wool and turn them into little animal pet pals.
Make a willow frame basket using a variety of different willow and learn a new craft in a day.
A full day to inspire, inform and celebrate all things in the night sky.
Theatr Pena present Woman of Flowers.
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