Every month here at Grapevine Event Management we choose the pick of the bunch out of all the events happening in Wales during September 2018.
There is so much going on in Wales every month! Here is just a small selection of events for everyone throughout the month.
Here's this month's picks:
What? Cadw Open Doors
Description? The Open Doors scheme and offers both local people and visitors the chance to explore some of Wales' finest treasures. Throughout September museums, castles, former police stations and abbeys will open their doors and tours to visitors free of charge.
When? Across September
Where? Across Wales
What? The Brutal Extreme Triathatlon
Description? The Brutal Extreme Triathlons start in the beautiful (and slightly chilly) Lake Padarn. The bike course goes through stunning scenery and over some challenging hills. And finally, the run takes you on an undulating trail round the lake and up and down Wales' highest mountain, Snowdon.
When? 15th September
What? Wales Start-Up Awards 2018
Description? The Wales Start-Up Awards were launched to recognise the achievements of the entrepreneurial individuals who have spotted the opportunity and taken the risks to launch a new product or service, and who are often the unsung heroes of the business community.
When? 21st September
Where? DEPOT, Cardiff
What? Festival No. 6
Description? Festival No.6 is the UK's most unique experience. A multi award-winning music, arts and culture festival, located in our magical coastal home of Portmeirion, with an eclectic mix of iconic and the best new artists
When? 6th - 9th September
What? Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience
Description? Basil, Sybil and Manuel will once again serve a 3-course meal along with plenty of laughs and audience participation in their 5-star immersive show - but the show is never the same twice, because it's 70% improvised.
When? 6th - 14th September
Where? Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
What? Abergavenny Food Festival
Description? Abergavenny Food Festival enjoys an exceptional reputation as a place for chefs, food businesses, journalists, farmers and food producers to come together. We are known for being an inclusive and welcoming event, delivering a delicious opportunity for people from all walks of life to explore and learn about food.
When? 15th & 16th September