Jamie Smith’s Mabon, one of Britain’s must-see roots acts appear at the Borough Theatre, Abergavenny on Thursday 10th October at 7:30pm.
Making his first appearance at the 21st Abergavenny Food Festival was American food writer and DIY food activist, Sandor Katz.
Indian-born British chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, Asma Khan owns two restaurants in London’s Soho and was one of several headlining guest-speakers at this year’s festival providing inspiration to cooks with a difference.
The 21st Abergavenny Food Festival has been described as having a “magical feel” by its Chief Executive Officer, Aine Morris.
Katherine Chandler’s touchingly funny monologue, starring Christian Patterson tours venues in Wales this autumn.
Tickets are now on sale for Autumn Season 2019 events at Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre.
The summer holidays may be ending but there still some family fun in store this week at Abergavenny Castle with the last in Abergavenny Museum’s season of outdoor theatre in the fabulous setting of Abergavenny Castle, and the second of the fantastic family shows.
The complete programme for the 2019 Abergavenny Food Festival which takes place from 21st-22nd September, promises to be a weekend packed full of food for thought across the Monmouthshire market town.
An outstanding celebration of the legendary singer Johnny Cash comes to the Borough Theatre, Abergavenny on Thursday 20 June at 7.30pm.
Direct from the Welsh Proms at St David’s Hall, Cardiff, there will be a ‘Tiddly Prom’ – a very special musical show for children and families at Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre on Saturday 8 June at 10.30am.