What's on in December……..?
Morriston Orpheus Choir will be holding their annual Christmas Charity concert at St Mary’s Church, Swansea, on Saturday 18 December at 7.30pm. The choir will be performing with Eirian Davies, Baritone and the Cor Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr so it looks set to be an entertaining evening. Tickets are available from Evan Roberts on 01792 526211 or at the door on the night.
Every Sunday Blackpill Lido acts as the meeting place for a walk incorporating the history of Mumbles, 10.30am – 12 noon. All walks are around 5km and will consist of 30 minutes one way, a 15 minute break, and a 30 minute return. You are advised to take water, wear stout footwear and suitable clothing for Swansea weather!
Blackpill also acts as the venue for another area of interest – the Blackpill Wildlife centre re-opens from 10am to 1pm on alternate Sundays. You can share telescope to see what birds are feeding as the tide pushes up, whether you are a bird enthusiast or would simply like to pursue a new interest.
The city centre is host to a colourful selection of markets this festive season. The Christmas Craft Market will be on Oxford Street until 15th December and the Welsh Food Fair will be on Princess Way from 13th-15th December.
There will be a celebration of the WDA Sail Bridge on 15th December - Join the WDA at the East Boroughs Car Park in Swansea Maritime Quarter (opposite Dylan Thomas Centre) for a celebration event commemorating one year since the opening of the revolutionary 'Sail Bridge'. There will be loads of children’s entertainment including an ice-rink, a small funfair, choirs and some spectacular fireworks at around 7pm!
If you fancy some family entertainment on the last evening of 2004 then head to the Brangwyn Hall for a live performance of the popular Christmas classic “The Snowman”. The concert lasts approximately an hour and tickets can be reserved by calling the box office on 01792 475715