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Chester Race Course

Whether entertaining clients, celebrating a special occasion with family or enjoying a day out with your friends, a day at Chester races will be an unforgettable experience for all the right reasons! Award winning chefs, mouth watering menus, extensive wines and champagnes, first-class service, chic surroundings and the all important read more »

Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Venue Cymru is based in Llandudno on the North Wales coast and consists of a theatre, conference centre and Arena. There has been a theatre on the Venue Cymru site since 1894. Originally named the Victoria Palace, it was only intended to be a temporary building but became a landmark read more »

North Wales Theatre, Llandudno

Rome in 1800 is a dangerous place for the headstrong diva Tosca and her runaway lover Cavaradossi, as they are ensnared by the sadistic police chief, Scarpia. With huge sets that echo the real Roman locations, WNO's Tosca is a thrilling event for all those who love true operatic grandeur, read more »

Skills Development Centre

Chester SDC encourages disabled people to develop independent skills in all forms of community life. The centre provides a day service for adult disabled people, including those with physical impairments, learning difficulties and behavioural needs. Anyone attending the service has an individual care plan that takes account of their needs, read more »

Liverpool Empire Theatre

In October 1866 a new theatre, named The Prince of Wales Theatre and Opera House opened in Liverpool, on Lime Street. About three quarters the size of the theatre that stands today, it was lit by gas light and all the stage machinery was controlled by steam power. The very read more »

Theatre Clwyd in Mold

Origins of Theatr Clwyd The concept of a ‘Centre for the Arts' in Mold was part of the vision of Flintshire County Council under the leadership of its Clerk, Mr TM. Haydn Rees. In 1967, the idea of developing the Shire Hall site into a major 'County Civic Centre' was read more »

Lowry, Salford Quays

With its new canalside docks, the city of Salford, a prominent site of the Industrial Revolution in the early 19th century, was destined to grow rapidly. In 1896, Trafford Park Industrial Estate was opened for the manufacture and export of textiles and machinery and the whole area boomed. At its read more »

Brookside Hotel

Hotel accommodation with bed and breakfast in Chester at The Brookside Hotel Affordable hotel accommodation in Chester is often hard to come by, especially if you desire bed and breakfast in the centre of, or near our historic city. The Brookside Hotel aims to bridge this gap where a warm read more »