10 things to do in South West Wales this bank holiday weekend
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1.The Uplands Market returns on Saturday — and organisers are promising it will be bigger and better than before.
Some 60 stall holders will be attending the community-organised event, double the number for the first market — and more than a third will be food fruit and veg sellers.
The market, which runs from 9am to 1pm in Gwydr Square, will also include music from Uplands Community Choir.
2. Enjoy an evening of theatre at Aberglasney Gardens, Carmarthenshire, when the Heartbreak Theatre Company performs Dracula this Sunday.
Based on Bram Stoker’s seminal original, the story follows Lucy, beloved by everyone, as she tries to resist the intoxicating and seductive onslaught from Count Dracula. However, Dr Van Helsing’s attempt to save her fails as he and his accomplices wreak havoc in their dramatic chase back to Transylvania.
7.30pm start (gates 6.30pm). Adults £13.50, Children £9.00 (5-16), Family £40.00 (2 adults, 2 children)
3. Mumbles Rugby Festival returns to Underhill Park this weekend.
On Saturday the club entertain Swansea RFC, (2.30pm kick off) and Sunday sees the 25th year of the Cracker 7s Tournament, KO at 11am. Monday is the family fun day and junior mini tournament. There will be a barbecue, beer tent and side shows for all three days.
4. Get ready for a trip down memory lane on Saturday at Swansea’s National Waterfront Museum,10am to 4pm, as it opens its doors to host a Kitchen Table Crafts and Vintage market.
More than 30 stallholders will offer vintage clothes, handmade greeting cards, jewellery and accessories, cushions and wooden hearts. There will also be a range of homemade cupcakes, fudge and cookies to satisfy any sweet tooth.
5. A performance-based guided tour of Dylan Thomas's Swansea is being held on Saturday.
The tour, being led by the Fluellen Theatre Company, starts from the Maritime Quarter's Dylan Thomas Centre at 2pm and finishes at the No Sign Wine Bar on Wind Street at 4pm.
For guided tour ticket information call 01792 463980.
6. Take a picnic and make a day of it at the one-day Yorkshire Bank 40 cricket match when Glamorgan take on the Leicestershire Foxes on Sunday.
General admission £15 or advance purchase only £12
Students £10 or advance purchase only £5
Juniors aged 16 and under go free to all Glamorgan domestic games.
7. One of Llanelli’s biggest summer events is back. The Seaside Carnival will be taking place this bank holiday weekend at Crown Park.
There will be refreshments, stalls, face painting and other traditional activities, as well as a fair including a variety of fun rides on Monday, starting from noon.
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