The month of April is when Spring really starts springing and it’s also about the time of year when hotels in Llandudno are in demand with many people staying at the coastal town overnight after a day of fun at a special event.
Should you be thinking of staying with us at the Lauriston Court over the next month, here are a few of the upcoming events which could catch your eye:
The Mostyn in Llandudno is as famous for the wonderful works which are housed there as the grand architecture of the venue itself.
This April, you can enjoy plenty of fascinating exhibitions from the likes of Tom Wood and other famed British artists. There is no entry fee for these fantastic events at the start of April up until the 6th of April.
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Llandudno has really started to earn a deserved reputation as a place where great bands are made as well as providing the perfect location for them to take to the stage. Wherever big or small, there are plenty of gigs to be at this April.
The Welsh National Opera returns for another stellar year from the 2nd to the 5th of April after a great 2013 and with international names coming to Venue Cymru, it is all set to be the best one yet.
Blake follow shortly after the WNO on the 10th of April with the famous trio likely to delight and excite their adoring fans in the seaside town. They’ve sold millions of albums worldwide and are likely to gain one or two more admirers after their set at Venue Cymru.
Also eagerly anticipated, Paul Carrack will no doubt live up to his billing as ‘The Man with the Golden Voice when he takes to the stage at Venue Cumru on the 12th of April.
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Looking for something to enjoy with the kids in Llandudno during April? Then the Curious About Llandudno event curated by touring enthusiasts could be just the thing for you. It takes in the grand scenery of the historic town with plenty of opportunities to learn about its background but be warned, you may be a little tired afterwards! Available all throughout the year.
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Now for an event which is sure to please anyone of any age, whether young or old. Terry Deary’s Horrible Histories has been a national institution for many years and has come a long way since the Terrible Tudors was released some 20 years ago. Since then, the series has made it to television screens and the stage, with the latter being brought to Venue Cymru over four days on the 23rd, 24th, 25th and 26th of April.
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