What’s On February

Sing your heart out at the annual A Capella Festival in Narberth.

Go stargazing at the Stackpole dark skies event or run the Ras Dewi Sant in St Davids! 

If you’re a family looking for February half term activities, take a look at our dedicated half-term events page - lots of ideas for all the family! 

Friday 5th February

Adventure Film Club

Austin Vince, his brother and five friends set off on an adventure around the world (the longest route in the shortest time). Riding Suzuki DR350 dirt bikes, they carried a Super 8 and Hi8 format camera to record the trip. Their film Mondo Enduro is arguably the most influential and life changing motorcycle adventure travel film you will ever see. Tickets from Small World

Adventure Club

Saturday 6th February

Live Music

Join Mr A for another fantastic night of funk, soul and beyond as he plays more greats from his vast collection of 45s and 33s. No mixing, no scratching, no overdubs, just great tunes guaranteed to have you shimmying around the dance floor. Tickets from Small World, Cardigan.

Colour in the Landscape

Oriel y Parc will be hosting a painting day with Linda Norris. Linda has been working as a painter for over 30 years. She is well known for her expressive mixed media landscape paintings  This is a relaxed course designed for a small group of students and is suitable for both beginners and more experienced artists. Booking essential.Contact Oriel y Parc for more details.

Sunday 7th February

Cardboard Head

The Cheerful Project invites you to let your imagination run wild in Clarbeston Road Memorial Hall. Bring along a cardboard box and create a fantastic mask, headdress, helmet or hat. From 10am – 1pm. Full details from Span Arts.

Cardboard Head - Span Arts

Running Group

Join the National Trust team for regular runs amidst the beautiful scenery around the Stackpole Estate. There are 3 different distances: 6, 3 and 1.5 miles. Free event, all ages welcome. Meet 10am at Stackpole Quay Car Park. Bring your trainers!

Nordic Walking

If running is too much how about Nordic walking? Nordic walking will be returning to the Stackpole Estate and if you are interested in trying it out there will be FREE taster Sessions held at the Stackpole Court site from 9:30am. See Stackpole Estate website for more details. 

Monday 8th February

Monday Morning Movies

Theatr Gwaun are running ‘Monday Morning Movies’ through to the end of February for £5. Each week the regular film will pop up for an extra Monday morning showing – a little treat to prove that Theatr Gwaun isn’t just for the evenings!

Tuesday 9th February

Pancake Race

Head to the Bishops at Cross Square in St Davids for the annual Pancake Race. All ages welcome. Race starts ay 4:30pm, bring your own pan and pancake – good luck.

Thursday 11th February

Comedy Club

Jarred Christmas has a unique style that deftly mixes gags with storytelling. He has a dynamic onstage persona and the ability to improvise and roll with anything that's thrown his way, making his comedy sizzle with originality.

Jarred will be joined by highly interactive and energetic act, El Purnell. Ell is unique on the comedy circuit. Delivering his act in his native Spanish he captivates the audience with confidence, bravado and high-levels of interaction and participation to create a very funny set. Tickets available from Span Arts

Pembrokeshire Intimate Gigs

Do you like acoustic based original music from touring musicians? Cwtch Coffee, in Dimond St, Pembroke Dock are hosting Three Cane Whale a new multi-instrumental trio, playing acoustic miniatures which draw influence from folk and minimalist music. Music begins at 8pm

Monday 15th February

Pembrokeshire Intimate Gigs

Rackhouse Pilfer are a Stomping, Fiery & Exciting Irish-Americana Band from the North West of Ireland. “The 6-piece Pilfers aren’t short of energy, they can play up a storm" — Irish Times. Grab your chance to see them at St Ishmaels sports & social club from 8pm

Rackhouse Pilfer - P.I.G

Thursday 18th February

Dark Skies Event

Put this date in your diary because the amazing Dark Skies team are back. Head to Stackpole Estate for an evening visiting the cosmos - learning about the Milky Way, major constellations and meteor showers in their pop-up planetarium. There will also be a film, rocket making and outside observing sessions if the skies are clear. A brilliant family night out! Contact Stackpole Estate for further information.

Narberth A Capella Voice Festival

Folly Farm is kicking off this year’s A Capella Voice Festival with a the Côr Pawb Choir - over 150 singers from West Wales, ranging in age from 7 to 70+. Singing songs from around the world from South America, Zimbabwe, Belarus and Croatia to Wales, England the USA and more. The music is an uplifting mix of harmonies, which will leave you feeling great. All profits from the concert will go to charity. Tickets available from Span Arts

Thursday 18th – Sunday 21st February

Narberth A Capella Voice Festival

Release your inner voice at the Narberth A Capella Voice Festival. Friday night opens with performances from the magnificent South African Zulu Male Choir. Saturday there are workshops by one of the world’s leading authorities on world vocal techniques. Then Saturday night it’s the sounds of The Sons of Pitches, as seen on TV. Workshops by these performers are on Sunday. Tickets available from Span Arts

A Capella Voice Festival 16

Saturday 20th February

Deep Listening

Exploring the timely Aboriginal concept of Deep Listening, this film is a fascinating portrait of the diverse communities thriving across Australia over 40 years. Beautifully made, this film explores the interpersonal dynamics of these ‘intentional communities’, sharing the insights of an alternative lifestyle based on respect for the land, for the indigenous people and for one another. Tickets from Small World 

Thursday 25th February

Physical Theatre

Drawing on physical theatre and circus skills, this workshop will engage the body and offer a fun insight into playful performance. Starts at 7pm in the Queens Hall. For ages 16+. Details available from Span Arts

Sunday 21st February

Soup ‘n Stroll Guided Walk

Join local wildlife experts at the Cilgerran Wildlife Centre for a guided walk around Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve followed by a delicious, warming soup in the Glasshouse Café. Starts at 11am.

Saturday 27th February

Ras Dewi Sant

Feeling brave? The Man Up team is back, this time with the St Davids coast path half-marathon and point-to-point marathon.

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