Events

Robert Lloyd Parry brings two of the authors’ eeriest and most entertaining stories back to life in this gripping, candlelit one-man show.  Lost Hearts includes one of his most memorable villains, the predatory scholar Mr Abney and it is paired here with perhaps James’s most poignant and personal work: A Warning to the Curious.
Love watching Six Nations Rugby but also enjoy a day at the races? Well, you don’t have to choose between either sport as you can enjoy watching both at our Six Nations Raceday!
One of the South West’s up and coming jazz artists, Marvin is a singer-songwriter and performing artist with a voice that has been often referred to as rich, deep and smooth.
With a career that has taken her across the globe playing repertoire in many genres, Welsh harpist Catrin Finch collaborates with Bryn Terfel, Sir James Galway, Julian Lloyd Webber and the composer Karl Jenkins as well as recording for Deutsche Grammophon, EMI & Sony Classical.
Dare you experience a night in the UKs most haunted pub? First mentioned in 1110, the Skirrid Inn has an old history. There have been many ghoulish tales reported from here in the past, from sinister cackling and extreme drops in temperature, to glasses flying across the bar and the heavy thud of footsteps in empty rooms.
Popular Abergavenny comedy club presents a special night of Comedy at the Borough as part of a new series of events. A fantastic group of comedians all ready to make you laugh hosted by local comic Huw Davies alongside headliner Nick Page.
This course will give an overview of different roses, their care, and pruning requirements. We will be undertaking winter pruning on some of the roses in the garden.
It’s time to get your boots on and your walking gear out to head for the hills with the Crickhowell Walking Festival.
Universally known as the finest acoustic and slide guitarists ever, Martin is equally at home playing traditional folk, blues and his own compositions.
A theoretical and practical course covering numerous methods of plant propagation and seed sowing that can be used to build up stocks of plants for the garden.
Owen Money is back with another talent packed live show featuring the music of his popular weekend Radio shows on BBC Wales; and of course his unique style of comedy and ‘Welsh Whit’! 
Dare you experience a night in the UKs most haunted pub? First mentioned in 1110, the Skirrid Inn has an old history. There have been many ghoulish tales reported from here in the past, from sinister cackling and extreme drops in temperature, to glasses flying across the bar and the heavy thud of footsteps in empty rooms.
Enjoy a phenomenal atmosphere filled with plenty of Irish cheer. Sink a Guinness and enjoy the craic at Chepstow Racecourse’s St. Patrick’s Race Day, where hopefully you will have the luck of the Irish and have some winners!
ANN CLEEVES is the author of more than thirty-five critically acclaimed novels, and in 2017 was awarded the highest accolade in crime writing, the CWA Diamond Dagger.
Rebecca F John’s talk is on Vulcana, the Abergavenny strongwoman which stunned Victorian society
Malcolm Pitt delivers a powerhouse and breath-taking performance in this high octane show celebrating the music of Lionel Richie and the Commodores.
With a band made up of some of UK’s finest country musicians, Made in Tennessee takes you through the decades of the nation’s fastest growing music genre, from Country’s origin in the Southern States of America to modern day Country heard around the world.
With a captivating combination of live action, animation and puppetry, this magical re-telling of There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly is sure to surprise and delight children and nostalgic adults in equal measure
Bryngwyn Manor is a 3 acre, bee and wildlife friendly garden near Raglan. Daffodil walk, mature trees, walled parterre garden, mixed borders, lawns, ponds and shrubbery.
Dare you experience a night in the UKs most haunted pub? First mentioned in 1110, the Skirrid Inn has an old history. There have been many ghoulish tales reported from here in the past, from sinister cackling and extreme drops in temperature, to glasses flying across the bar and the heavy thud of footsteps in empty rooms.