Every month here at Grapevine Event Management we choose the pick of the bunch out of all the events happening in Wales during 2019.
There is so much going on in Wales every month! Here is just a small selection of events for everyone throughout March 2019.
Here’s this month’s picks:
Description? A voyage in an aerostatic balloon! A show to navigate beyond the world, leaving you transported by the air and your imagination. Two enlightened scientists have discovered a new way to travel and today will share their discovery with special group of passengers. After much work and effort they dare to show us this great evolution in transport: The Static Balloon!
When? 17th March
Where? Pontio, Deiniol Road, Bangor
What? Anglesey Half Marathon
Description? Flowing downhill through Menai Bridge town centre and along the winding closed roads to Beaumaris, the route is flanked by breathtaking views of the Snowdonia National Park and the Menai Straits. The route then returns to the finish line in the centre of Menai Bridge.
When? 3rd March
What? Lucie Jones - This Is Me
Description? Having toured the world performing to sold-out arenas, theatres and concert venues, Lucie is bringing her voice back home to Wales for an exclusive number of one-off 'up close and personal' dates.Join Lucie for a thrilling, intimate evening as she performs an eclectic mix of songs from her favourite stage musicals, movie soundtracks and most adored recording artists.
When? 16th March
Where? Wales Millennium Centre
What? Cardiff Business Club dinner in honour of Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier
Description? Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier is the Chief of the Air Staff, in command of the Royal Air Force since July 2016. He leads a Whole Force of some 35000 Regular and Reserve personnel and nearly 5000 Civil Servants, supported by thousands of contractors. Join Cardiff Business Club on the 11th March to hear from him.
When? 11th March
Where? St Davids Hotel, Cardiff
What? Into The Light
Description? We all seek interaction, connection and validation. The light before us promises us all this and more. The glow of our mobile phones invites us to be appreciated, cherished and loved. The challenge of stepping out on stage offers us something similar. As the performers emerge from the darkness and into the light, are they illuminated or are they exposed? Do we dare step into the light? Are we merely moths to its flame?
When? 2nd March
Where? Theatre Brycheiniog
What? St Davids Day
Description? Saint David's Day is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales. The feast has been regularly celebrated since the canonisation of David in the 12th century. Traditional festivities include wearing daffodils and leeks, recognised symbols of Wales and Saint David respectively, eating traditional Welsh food including cawl and Welsh rarebit. Join in the festivities around Wales, with parades taking place in Cardiff, Swansea, Aberystwyth and more.
When? 1st March