What better way to spend the week than with seven days of fun? Here’s a few Cardiff events to help you make the best of the city this week…
Tuesday 18 February
Cardiff Science Festival
There’s lots to see and do in Cardiff Science Festival! Learn about bees, molecules, and animal conservation! Full details here.
If you’re looking to challenge yourself and develop new skills this spring break, head down to Maindy Centre to undertake an hour long session with Qualified British Cycling BMX coach. The cost is £3.70 and bikes and helmets can be provided at no extra cost.
Wednesday 19 February
Go with the Flow (Yoga)
Free Women’s yoga session for all women, provided by Welsh Women’s Aid. Book your place for *free* by clicking here.
18:30 – 19:30pm at The Women’s Centre, 16 Moira Terrace, Adamsdown, Cardif CF24 0EJ.
Night at the Museum: Cardiff Style
National Museum Cardiff are hosting a night of fun, activities and experiments for children at their ‘After Dark/Gyda Hwyr’ event from 18:00-21:00 GMT. Tickets should be pre-booked at EventBrite.
We’ll be at @Museum_Cardiff‘s After Dark event on Wednesday night with a variety of activities and demos on how electromagnetic waves and polarization work, what signals are around us, and how messages are converted from words or images to waves!
Here’s a quick proof of concept. pic.twitter.com/2BkBiJvAOT
— Cardiff University Amateur Radio Society (@CardiffARS) February 17, 2020
Thursday 20 February
Conflict and Triumph at Hoddinott Hall
BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales presents Conflict and Triumph, a music performance that explores themes of life, joy and loss at BBC Hoddinott Hall, Cardiff. Showtime begins at 19:30 and ticket prices range from £15-20, more information is available here.
Tickets are selling fast for our concerts in Hoddinott Hall and @TheBrangwyn Hall on the 20th and 21st February 🏃♂️
— BBC NOW (@BBCNOW) February 10, 2020
Friday 21 February
Go Back in Time (well…sort of)
If you’re a fan of rock music, take a trip through memory lane by reliving the biggest rock anthems at The Ultimate Classic Rock Show at The Globe. Featuring tributes acts of Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, Queen, Pink Floyd and more. Purchase your tickets here.
Dust off your air guitars for an evening of the very best classic rock anthems from legends past and present! Let @TUCRS take you on a roller coaster journey of classic rock nostalgia 🎸
— The Globe (@GlobeCardiff) February 15, 2020
Saturday 22 February
See The Beatles* live at Tramshed!
(*or a very convincing tribute band pretending to be The Beatles)
Look-A-Like Cardiff Tribute Festival is a large indoor festival coming to Cardiff to celebrate an era of music and culture. Located at Tramshed, an approximately 10 minute walk from Cardiff Central Train Station, the vibrant evening will be comprised of live acts from a range of music genres topped with street food stalls. Tickets start at £18, and are available here.
Sunday 23 February
Viva la FIFA!
Calling all FIFA enthusiasts! The Vulcan Lounge is hosting a knock out Fifa tournament from 22:00-04:00 GMT. The entry fee is £5 and the winner will go home with a shiny *Cash Prize*. Click here to get more info. Ages 18+ only.
Cardiff has a lot to offer if you’re under 25 and bored this week. Head over to our Things to Do pages for some more ideas.
Credit: Gaelle Marcel