In the spirit of St. David’s Day, here’s our rundown of this year’s Welsh top picks!
FUN FACT: Daffodils are a national symbol of Wales.
The Hairy Bikers – St David’s Hall, Cardiff – Thu 07 March
The Hairy Bikers – Venue Cymru Theatre, Llandudno – Sat 16 March
Big hearted, down-to-earth cooks with a love of good food, Si and Dave have been cooking together for more than twenty years. They have created haute cuisine dishes with Michelin-starred chefs and travelled the world in the pursuit of great food. They’ve also explored the length and breadth of the British Isles to discover brand new recipes and create their own fresh takes on cooking classics. Come see them perform live, with music from Thunder.
Shed Seven – Venue Cymru Theatre, Llandudno – Fri 06 December
The York five-piece just get bigger and bigger. Since rising to fame in the 90s as one of the leading lights of Britpop, Shed Seven released their first new album in 16 years ‘Instant Pleasures’ in 2017 which went top ten and achieved acclaim across the board.
Paul Weller – Cardiff Castle, Cardiff – Sun 30 June
Following the release of his brand-new live album “Other Aspects, Live At The Royal Festival Hall” and in the midst of headline shows throughout the summer of 2019, Paul Weller has announced a brand new date at Cardiff Castle for June 30th with support from Miles Kane and Steven Mason.
Catfish and The Bottlemen – FlyDSA Arena Sheffield – Tue 07 May
Catfish and The Bottlemen – Manchester Arena – Weds 08 May
Following the release of their eagerly-anticipated third album The Balance, due for release Fri 26 April, Llandudno boys Catfish and The Bottlemen set out on their May 2019 arena tour, for what looks to be an exciting summer for the band.
Dr John Cooper Clarke – Venue Cymru Theatre, Llandudno – Thu 30 May
Punk poet Dr. John Cooper Clarke brings his Salford swagger to Llandudno’s Venue Cymru Theatre, in support of his ‘Luckiest Guy Alive’ tour this summer.