NorthWales.com hopes you all have enjoyed an amazing Christmas and a spectacular New Year! To help you ease your way out of the festive season, we’ve compiled a selection of some of the events in North Wales in January to help you get over any early 2014 blues.
Although not nearly as buzzing as the jolly season, North Wales still has plenty to offer any visitors and their families throughout the month. From music to films and great days out, there’s a whole range of thrilling activities to really sink your teeth into.
Kicking things off on the 3rd is the International Concert Series with the Manchester Camerate. Expect to see and hear plenty of diverse and thrilling musicians as they wow the audience at Venue Cymru which also plays host to great productions of Scrooge and family friendly films also.
If you can brave the less than beautiful January weather then load up your hamper and make your way to Mold for a brilliant picnic play. Forgoing traditional drama, this amazing event is for the casual observer as there will be rapid-fire plays and mini-productions which are all as different as the next to take your interest on the 17th.
Are you looking to shed a few of those Christmas pounds after diving into one Quality Street too many? Then lace up and warm up for the gruelling Endurancelife trails along the coast of Holyhead on the 18th. Newcomers and seasoned pros alike will be challenged by these monstrous occasions and are definitely not suited to the faint-hearted! However, if you fancy travelling 33 miles on foot during a cold January day, this could be just the event you’re after.
On a similarly sporty theme, it could be a great night for any rugby fans as the under 20’s of Wales and Italy come head-to-head at Plas Eirias for the Six Nations Championship. The tagline is: “where legends are born” and so it could prove with there being the next generation in Welsh rugby on display at the back end of the month. For just £5.00, you could be seeing the future rugby heroes of a nation in the flesh.
As a small sample of what you can enjoy in January in North Wales, you’ll have to make a visit to the historic area to uncover all the fun, sights and sounds!
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