What’s On

A brand new event is coming to Swansea Market! Monthly Farmer’s Market will include all manner of locally produced products such as baked goods, sweet treats, homemade conserves and chutneys, meats and charcuterie, artisan made cheeses, unique and original vegetarian and vegan products, locally brewed alcohol, skin care, arts, photography and more. Plus you’ll still be able to shop at all your favourite stalls!

The monthly event will take place 9am – 3pm on the following dates:

  • 12th & 13th of October 2018
  • 9th & 10th of November 2018
  • 8th & 9th of December 2018

House of Caws

A street food event dedicated to cheese is about to touch down in Swansea!

‘House of Caws’ is brought to you by Street Food Warehouse

On Friday 26th and Saturday 27th of October, come along to Unit Nineteen to try all the cheese-dedicated street food dishes.

There will be three sittings, one on Friday evening, 5pm-12am and two on Saturday, 12pm-5pm and 6pm-12am.

Unlike a typical ‘cheese festival’, the event will be oozing with the finest regional cheese based hot and cold produce with street food traders serving up gooey, stringy, cheeesy goodness – a feast for all the family. And don’t worry there will be gluten free and vegan options available, so there will be something for everyone!

Tickets available at: www.streetfoodwarehouse.co.uk/events/house-of-caws

 

 


New Indoor Arena: Public Exhibition
Friday 15th June 9:30am to 8pm 
St David’s Church Hall


Easter Holidays 2018 

29th March – 4th April 10am – 4pm

Our family friendly Learning Space will be open for free self-led play. Activities include spring themed creative writing activities, make a mini comic, ‘Dylan’s animals’ puppets, games, reading corner, crafts and dressing up costumes.

Great for families with children of all ages. 

31st March 11am-4pm

Easter Egg-Travaganza in the City Centre hosted by The Big Heart of Swansea! Follow the clues to find the eggs around the City Centre and design your own Easter Egg for a chance to win a family holiday with Leisuretime! 

3rd April – 5th April 4 shows a day: 10.30am, 12.00pm, 2.00pm & 3.15pm

Plantasia

Meet some friendly rescue animals including smuggled tortoises, stowaway insects and giant reptiles which grew too big for the average home!

Child £4.50 (Children under 3 free)| Adult £5.50

 

4th April 11am – 15:00pm 

Glynn Vivian Rooms 1 & 2 & Atrium

For all ages

Drop in, everyone welcome

Celebrate everything creative with a series of drop-in activities for the whole family.

Mapping Me
What would you look like if you were island? Would you have rivers of energy or mountains of creativity? Spend the day mapping yourself with a range of techniques and materials.

Placards and Banners
Create your own placards and banners to tell the world what you love and can’t live without and celebrate all the things that make you smile.

Mask making
Using recycled materials, make your own mask to tell the world how you feel.

9th -13th April 4 sessions per day: 10.30am, 12.00pm, 2.00pm & 3.15pm

Plantasia

Come and join the hunt for dinosaurs in our tropical rainforest paradise…

Each session will include a fun filled workshop with games, a dinosaur dig to discover amazing fossils, a new baby dinosaur hatching egg mini show, meet and have a photo with Chip the Raptor, Trixie the Triceratops and Bradley the Brachiosaurus, and join the tropical rainforest hunt for large walking dinosaurs Ronnie the T-Rex and Spike the Spinosaurus!

£7 per child (under 1 free)
£9 per adult

 

 

12th April Swansea City Centre 2:15pm-3pm

Visitors are invited to meet the Man Engine – the moving, steaming, mechanical miner – as he visits the city once known as ‘Copperopolis’.
Visitors can watch as the giant puppet ‘collects’ copper ore from the National Waterfront Museum and parades it through Swansea City Centre before presenting it to John Henry Vivian at the Hafod-Morfa Copperworks, where a dramatic after-dark fire and light show awaits.

 


For update to date information about events all around Swansea please follow the link below.

http://www.swansea.gov.uk/whatson

This post is also available in: Welsh