Here are a selection of events in the local area, including nearby Swansea, Mumbles and The Gower. If you want your event to be added here then please send through details.
1st – 31st May – Clyne in Bloom. See the award winning Rhododendrons and Azaleas in all their magnificent colourful splendour.
7th – 16th May – Swansea Bay Film Festival. View FREE film screenings at the Dylan Thomas Centre, take part in Workshops in Acting, Producing and Screen Writing.
29th – 31st May – Mumbles Navy Days – an annual festival organised with a strong nautical theme.
11th – 13th June – If it’s the folk scene that gets your foot tapping, the Gower Folk Festival (back for its 17th year) .
12th June – Escape into the Park. Wales’ largest electronic music festival. Escape features the crème de la crème of artists from around the world for a sun-kissed soundtrack through the day and into the night.
16th – 17th June – The medieval keep of Oystermouth Castle provides a brooding backdrop for Great Expectations.
19th June – ‘Under Milk Wood’ Vehicle Run, with around 200 classic vehicles attending this annual run to Laugharne in Carmarthenshire.
10th & 11th July – Dance Days. Throughout Swansea, a packed programme of free dance events – fast becoming a must-see in the Swansea festival calendar.
17th – 31st July – The Gower Festival offers a banquet of classical music performed in the churches of the Peninsula.
18th July – 7th August – Swansea Bowls Festival. Watch International and national bowlers, to become the Swansea Bowls Festival Champion 2010.
23rd – 24th July – The Gower Rock Festival, focuses on up and coming home produced British talent.
24th July – The Gower Peninsula Triathlon. Come and watch the ‘British Triathlon Event of the Year’
14th & 15th August – SeaSwansea. A free weekend of activities with a new twist for 2010. See ‘The Matthew’ ship from Bristol – a replica tudor merchant ship, plus lot’s of free entertainment for the whole family.
15th August – Mumbles Raft Race. This is the 26th raft race and as last year is being held in support of the “Money for Mumbles” fund raising campaign.
18th – 19th August – The National Waterfront Museum provides a nautical setting for The Tempest.
28th & 29th August – World Party Weekend. A free world music weekend with high quality main stage entertainment supported by globally themed attractions.
4th – 5th September – Bae Fest. A diverse and colourful festival with a multifaceted activity schedule of water and land-based events, live music, seafood and shanty, extreme sports, children’s entertainment and much, much more.