Ten things to do in South Wales this weekend, October 19-21
1. The new Mumbles Oyster Festival takes place on Friday and Saturday.
“It is not just about oysters — it is a showcase of what Mumbles has to offer,” says MDT volunteer Karen Millar, also of Mumbles-based hub4business.
2. Head to the National Botanic Garden for the Wales apple weekend. Stalls will be selling apple-related products including pies, chutney, cider and squash, and there will be family activities to enjoy too.
Open from 10am to 4.30pm.
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3. Add to your CD and vinyl collection at the Ostreme Centre in Mumbles on Saturday. 10am-4pm.
4. Talks, performances and displays are up at Swansea's Waterfront Museum to celebrate Black History Month. On Saturday from 11am to 4pm, there will be hands-on workshops with Jamaican art and graffiti sessions inspired by black sporting heroes.
5. Author and former head teacher Geoff Brookes will talk about Swansea’s Hidden History at Swansea Central Library in the Civic Centre tomorrow at 2pm. The lurid history of the old town is revealed, focusing on the most gruesome and grisly events.
6. Performance art, installations and other eye-catching pieces will be unveiled at Swansea’s Tapestri Bar in High Street from tomorrow.
The show, called Second, opens at 7.30pm with screenings and performance work throughout the evening.