Evenings of 1st December and 8th December, 4.00pm – 8.00pm
Come and see Cerith Wyn Evans’ exhibition …)( in a new light this Christmas.
We’ll be opening late on these Thursday evenings so you can enjoy this stunning exhibition in twilight and do some Christmas shopping, all accompanied by live local music as part of Llandudno’s Winter Sounds Festival.
Browse our Siop and pop-up Christmas fair for beautiful handmade and artisan gifts, decorations, cards and wrap as well as prints, ceramics and glassware from our “Rooted in Wales” showcase.
Our cafe will be open for light snacks and drinks throughout the evenings, including some seasonal specials.
Join in with our free creative workshops to make your own Christmas decoration, from 4.00 – 5.30pm on each date. No booking required, and these workshops are suitable for all ages and all abilities, just turn up and enjoy!
If you’d be interested in having stall at one of these events, please email [email protected] for further information.
Thursday 1st December – Live Music from ‘Hap a Damwain’
Hap is Simon Beech who plays the guitar / electronics / computer, Damwain, Aled Roberts provides the words and sings. The duo have been friend since school days in Ysgol Y Creuddyn and have been involved in many musical projects over the years, Hap a Damwain being the latest.
The Welsh language songs are a mixture of experimental ballads, blues and rock and many things inbetween. Someone in a recent gig described the sound of Hap a Damwain as a cross between ‘Steely Dan’ and ‘Sleaford Mods’, so we’ll take that description!
Thursday 8th December – Live Jazz from The Quaynotes
The Quaynotes Quintet is a locally based group with a jazz / swing feel fronted by vocals and saxophone, playing classic tunes from ‘The Great American Songbook’ and other popular songs from the past 50 years.
More information can be found on their website www.quaynotes.com.