Look through the calendar to see what is going on in and around the Blaenavon area.
The events listed are no more than 1 hours drive from the World Heritage Site so why not use Oakfield B&B as your base?
Hopefully there is something for everyone!

Feb
18
Tue
World Heritage Centre Half Term Activities @ World Heritage Centre
Feb 18 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Crafty Fun This Half Term at the World Heritage Centre

Why not pop along to the World Heritage Centre 18th – 20th February and have a go at making some fun objects?

Tues 18th Feb – decorate a mug with a colourful Spring theme. (£2.00 per item)

Weds 19th Feb – be inspired by the wildlife to make a themed item for the World Wildlife Funds annual Earth Hour on 28th March

Thurs 20th Feb – craft session with stories in the Library 2:30pm (Booking required)

No booking required for Tues & Weds activities. For more information go to www.visitblaenavon.co.uk

Feb
19
Wed
World Heritage Centre Half Term Activities @ World Heritage Centre
Feb 19 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Crafty Fun This Half Term at the World Heritage Centre

Why not pop along to the World Heritage Centre 18th – 20th February and have a go at making some fun objects?

Tues 18th Feb – decorate a mug with a colourful Spring theme. (£2.00 per item)

Weds 19th Feb – be inspired by the wildlife to make a themed item for the World Wildlife Funds annual Earth Hour on 28th March

Thurs 20th Feb – craft session with stories in the Library 2:30pm (Booking required)

No booking required for Tues & Weds activities. For more information go to www.visitblaenavon.co.uk

Feb
20
Thu
World Heritage Centre Half Term Activities @ World Heritage Centre
Feb 20 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Crafty Fun This Half Term at the World Heritage Centre

Why not pop along to the World Heritage Centre 18th – 20th February and have a go at making some fun objects?

Tues 18th Feb – decorate a mug with a colourful Spring theme. (£2.00 per item)

Weds 19th Feb – be inspired by the wildlife to make a themed item for the World Wildlife Funds annual Earth Hour on 28th March

Thurs 20th Feb – craft session with stories in the Library 2:30pm (Booking required)

No booking required for Tues & Weds activities. For more information go to www.visitblaenavon.co.uk

Feb
25
Tue
Royal Opera House – Live Streaming at Blaenavon Workmen’s Hall Cinema @ Blaenavon Workmen's Hall
Feb 25 @ 6:45 pm – 9:30 pm

Royal Opera HouseRoyal Opera House Live Streams 2019/2020 Season

Live streaming of the performances outlined below can be seen at Blaenavon Workmen’s Hall cinema.

A fantastic season of 12 LIVE broadcasts from the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden, featuring 6 Operas and 6 Ballets. The season includes an exciting range of new commissions, world premieres and much-loved revivals Additionally in December, there will be a 13th production available via satellite delivery, the family Christmas classic The Nutcracker, which originally aired in December 2016.

Popular classics including La bohème, Don Giovanni and Swan Lake.
New and highly anticipated opera productions of Don Pasquale, Beethoven’s Fidelio and Elektra, plus ballet World Premieres from choreographers Cathy Marston, Liam Scarlett and Wayne McGregor.
Damiano Michieletto’s ambitious award-winning production of Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci, two classic operas drawn together, with thrilling singing and intense drama, for a wonderful night of Italian opera in its most familiar form.
A revival of Liam Scarlett’s glorious 2018 production of Swan Lake and The Royal Ballet’s much-loved production of The Sleeping Beauty are sure to delight classical ballet fans.
And Antonio Pappano conducts star-studded international casts in Fidelio and Elektra.

For more information click here

Mar
1
Sun
St David’s Day Concert – Abergavenny Borough Theatre @ Abergavenny Borough Theatre
Mar 1 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

St David's Day ConcertSt David’s Day Concert

As everyone knows,1st March is a very special day here in Wales so why not  celebrate with Blaenavon Male Voice Choir and local performers.

Presented by A4B in support of the Borough Theatre.

For further information and to book a ticket go to boroughtheatreabergavenny.co.uk

Mar
7
Sat
Crickhowell Walking Festival @ Various start points
Mar 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Crickhowell footprints for walks

Walk in the Black Mountains!

Crickhowell Walking Festival has 84 different walks to suit all abilities.
9 Days of guided walks and events in and around Crickhowell and the Black Mountains from the 7th – 15th March

New for 2020:
The TM5 – an endurance challenge.
Mindfulness – 3 walks and a workshop.
The Usk Valley Walk over 4 days.
The Beacons Way – 4 days west to east
Talks on the Cambrian Way, Standing Stones,    Nature in the Beacons and more.
A great local band to finish the week –  The Whiskey River Band!

To find a walk suitable for you go to www.crickhowellfestival.com 

The different degrees of fitness can be seen by the greater number of boots shown against each walk (see picture).
Some walks are dog friendly too.

Don’t forget to #findyourepic.

 

Mar
8
Sun
Crickhowell Walking Festival @ Various start points
Mar 8 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Crickhowell footprints for walks

Walk in the Black Mountains!

Crickhowell Walking Festival has 84 different walks to suit all abilities.
9 Days of guided walks and events in and around Crickhowell and the Black Mountains from the 7th – 15th March

New for 2020:
The TM5 – an endurance challenge.
Mindfulness – 3 walks and a workshop.
The Usk Valley Walk over 4 days.
The Beacons Way – 4 days west to east
Talks on the Cambrian Way, Standing Stones,    Nature in the Beacons and more.
A great local band to finish the week –  The Whiskey River Band!

To find a walk suitable for you go to www.crickhowellfestival.com 

The different degrees of fitness can be seen by the greater number of boots shown against each walk (see picture).
Some walks are dog friendly too.

Don’t forget to #findyourepic.

 

Mar
9
Mon
Crickhowell Walking Festival @ Various start points
Mar 9 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Crickhowell footprints for walks

Walk in the Black Mountains!

Crickhowell Walking Festival has 84 different walks to suit all abilities.
9 Days of guided walks and events in and around Crickhowell and the Black Mountains from the 7th – 15th March

New for 2020:
The TM5 – an endurance challenge.
Mindfulness – 3 walks and a workshop.
The Usk Valley Walk over 4 days.
The Beacons Way – 4 days west to east
Talks on the Cambrian Way, Standing Stones,    Nature in the Beacons and more.
A great local band to finish the week –  The Whiskey River Band!

To find a walk suitable for you go to www.crickhowellfestival.com 

The different degrees of fitness can be seen by the greater number of boots shown against each walk (see picture).
Some walks are dog friendly too.

Don’t forget to #findyourepic.

 

Mar
10
Tue
Crickhowell Walking Festival @ Various start points
Mar 10 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Crickhowell footprints for walks

Walk in the Black Mountains!

Crickhowell Walking Festival has 84 different walks to suit all abilities.
9 Days of guided walks and events in and around Crickhowell and the Black Mountains from the 7th – 15th March

New for 2020:
The TM5 – an endurance challenge.
Mindfulness – 3 walks and a workshop.
The Usk Valley Walk over 4 days.
The Beacons Way – 4 days west to east
Talks on the Cambrian Way, Standing Stones,    Nature in the Beacons and more.
A great local band to finish the week –  The Whiskey River Band!

To find a walk suitable for you go to www.crickhowellfestival.com 

The different degrees of fitness can be seen by the greater number of boots shown against each walk (see picture).
Some walks are dog friendly too.

Don’t forget to #findyourepic.

 

Mar
11
Wed
Crickhowell Walking Festival @ Various start points
Mar 11 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Crickhowell footprints for walks

Walk in the Black Mountains!

Crickhowell Walking Festival has 84 different walks to suit all abilities.
9 Days of guided walks and events in and around Crickhowell and the Black Mountains from the 7th – 15th March

New for 2020:
The TM5 – an endurance challenge.
Mindfulness – 3 walks and a workshop.
The Usk Valley Walk over 4 days.
The Beacons Way – 4 days west to east
Talks on the Cambrian Way, Standing Stones,    Nature in the Beacons and more.
A great local band to finish the week –  The Whiskey River Band!

To find a walk suitable for you go to www.crickhowellfestival.com 

The different degrees of fitness can be seen by the greater number of boots shown against each walk (see picture).
Some walks are dog friendly too.

Don’t forget to #findyourepic.