Here’s a few things to keep you busy this weekend and next in Brecon.
- Gwernyfed High School Art Exhibition at Theatr Brycheiniog, The Muse and Brecon Library.
An exhibition across three venues which showcases the work of GCSE, AS and A Level students. Until 17 July. Please contact the venues for opening times.
- Brecknock Art Society at Brecon Cathedral
Until 22 July 10am – 4.30 daily (after Morning Service on Sundays)
An exhibition of art produced by members of Brecknock Art Society will be on show at Brecon Cathedral. Most of the work is for sale.
- Brecon Farmers Market – Saturday 11 July
An indoor market full of local food producers bringing you speciality breads, real ales, cider, freshly made tapas, meat, cheese, butter, eggs, cakes, crafts and more. Shop for the best of local foods while local musician John Eyre entertains with a medley of popular songs and if the sight of all this delicious food makes you hungry the Love at First Bake Cafe will also be there with a range of delicious gluten free cakes, savoury muffins and hot and cold drinks. Find out more here.
- Remembering Amy – Saturday 18th July
An evening of music dedicated to the life & music of Amy Winehouse at the Muse, Brecon.
Tickets on the door or visit the Facebook event page.
- Greed The Rock Opera Unplugged – Saturday 18 July
A rare chance to see an acoustic version of this ‘activist’ rock opera with original music by Nigel Evans at the Tabernacle, Talgarth
Tickets £3 each available from The Hours cafe & Bookshop, Brecon and The Bakers Table, Talgarth. find out more here or Tel: 07926196714