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WHAT’S ON?: We take a look at some of our favourite events happening across Wales!

Right now we are going to take a look at some of our favourite events in Wales that you can look forward to with a brand new what's on guide. 
Whether your thing is the theatre, festivals, sports, museums or galleries, there's bound to be something happening in Wales over the next few weeks that'll pique your interest.
Feeling festive?
Let’s start with a festive one shall we. In Cardiff, at St David's on Bridge Street, you can currently discover ‘Believe - Santa’s Magical Reindeer Grotto’.
This christmas experience is running until Christmas Eve. Children will be entertained by a very special reindeer by the name of Norbert, where they can prepare reindeer food for the big day, and enjoy some time with Santa!
This one is is ideal for the little ones aged 18 months to 10 years, but is certainly suitable for children of all ages who are looking for a bit of magic this winter.
Christmas Trail
Keeping it festive now and running until the 31st of December is a magical Christmas trail with National Museum Cardiff. Hidden around the museums are eight different Christmas characters.
But, can you find them all and answer questions about them? This one is perfect for families with children aged between 4 and 10 years old.
Oriel Ty Meirion
There's still time for you to head on over to Oriel Ty Meirion to enjoy the winter exhibitions.
The gallery in Dyffryn Ardudwy in Gwynedd is open until the 14th of December and is currently showcasing some stunning work from painter Alice Frances Jones,  printmaker Ann Lewis and jewellery maker Carol James. And as a special festive treat, gallery owner Mima is also showcasing some of her own photography.
Venue Cymru

And looking ahead into the new year, Venue Cymru have already started filling up their calendar with a few exciting announcements.

As always, the Llandudno venue is planning to deliver some top entertainment. The Australian Pink Floyd, Level 42 and Russian State Opera: Aida are all heading to the coastal town for 202


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