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Blog posts by year and monthSeptember 2012

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  1. The Joy Formidable: Reading Festival 2012

    Somehow I found myself on a train to Reading Festival early on a Sunday morning.

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  2. Families invited to take part in new Welsh Language Festival

    Thought our sodden summer and the festival season were over? Well think again as this weekend Gŵyl Hwyr Haf 2012 is taking place at the Willow Globe, a living willow theatre near Llanwrthwl in Radnorshire.

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  3. What a difference a year makes!

    Unfortunately, there's no chance of a warm spell this weekend. Saturday will be dry and bright with no more than the odd shower in places.

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  4. Festival of sung and spoken word at Dylan Thomas' birthplace

    Poets and musicians will be descending on Dylan Thomas' birthplace, number 5 Cwmdonkin Drive, in Swansea from today as part of a week long festival.

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  5. Art Across The City invades Swansea

    If you're out and about in Swansea this weekend and you happen to see Bonnie Tyler's head in the Castle Gardens, fear not. It forms part of one of five new temporary public art works in Art Across The City.

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  6. Stunning Snowdonia film to be screened in deep mine

    Hawk - a film shot against the breathtaking backdrop of the steep Snowdonia mountains, is taking a trip deep into the belly of the earth for a special screening this weekend.

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  7. Only one week into the season, and I'm having a starstruck moment

    So imagine my excitement when I found out that Paul Watkins will be our soloist at the North Wales International Music Festival, in St Asaph Cathedral, and also at the Theatr Hafren this weekend.

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  8. H Hawkline, Sex Hands, R Seiliog - Soup Kitchen, Manchester

    I missed H. Hawkline at Green Man because of a hold up on the A470. His set had been one of the treats for early attendees on the Thursday.

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  9. Before the rain washes away the memories

    The alleged summer of 2012 has been the most musically intense of my life so far. I've been too busy to eat, for the most part; although my ballooning gut is a mighty contradiction to that statement.

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  10. The Hamadryad hospital ship

    Visitors to Cardiff in the early 1890s would have been amazed to see three old wooden warships moored in various parts of the docks area.

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