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Shakespeare’s Legacy: 23nd February 2013, 10.30 –4.00 p.m.This one day course will attempt to tease out the often unseen legacy of Shakespeare in the theatre, opera, advertising, and in the very fabric of our language.
Ahead of New York, Moscow, Paris, Rome, Beijing and Berlin, the global digital age reaches a new landmark this week as Monmouth, Wales officially becomes the world’s first Wikipedia town on Saturday 19 May.
A magical production of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in the open air, Directed by Stephan Bessant. The Little English Theatre is an exciting new project from an established professional theatre company based in Worcestershire.
To some Easter is a haven of chocolate. To others it represents the annual call for 2 weeks of DIY madness. thebestof Monmouth brings you a variety of things to do which don’t fall into either of these categories!
Should Monmouth apply to become a Walker Friendly town, like Chepstow and Abergavenny? Come to this meeting to find out.
Saturday and Sunday September 10th and 11th 2011 is 'Open Doors Weekend' when historic properties in Monmouth that are usually not open to the public, are open for visits free of charge.
It's the annual Open Gardens weekend in Usk Monmouthshire, this coming weekend, 25th to 26th June 2011. Usk is a fabulous place, full of history and the annual Usk in Bloom theme can be seen there at it's most wonderful - full of vibrant, strong colour
The Raglan Music Festival 2011 promises to be the best and biggest ever. Music performances ranging from Pontnewydd Male Voice Choir, The Take That Experience to 10cc throughout the 3 day event - this will be an experience not to be forgotten!
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