Blog posts by year and month March 2013

Posts (44)

  1. The heavy snow that has fallen in North East Wales recently was probably the worst snow in late March for at least 30 years.

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  2. There is always a really good audience at Bangor's Pritchard Jones Hall, and it feels like there is a great cultural openness.

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  3. The award winning poet Rhian Edwards has just been installed in post at the first-ever writer in residence at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

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  4. Safe is Trwbador's new single, a flare fired over the prow in advance of the release of their stunning debut album.

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  5. The BBC National Orchestra of Wales was embarking on the Spring North Wales Tour which would be principal conductor Thomas Søndergård's first trip north.

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  6. This weekend the first-ever Wales Festival of Architecture gets under way in Aberystwyth. Instigated by the Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) it features a raft of events aimed at sparking discussion about the practice.

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  7. The work of Welsh novelist Allen Raine, so popular in the latter part of the 19th century, has largely been forgotten over time. Although written off as romances by publishers in the years after her initial popularity, her 11 novels possess all the ingredients of a really gripping read.

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  8. Low pressure over the Atlantic is bringing a mixture of heavy rain, strong to gale force winds and some significant snow!

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