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Bri Roberts

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« Reply #810 on: March 23, 2019, 09:31:45 AM »
There is also an extension being built at the rear.

Some internal alterations have also been carried out

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« Reply #811 on: October 28, 2019, 04:03:48 PM »
SNOOKER fans will have the chance to see the world’s leading players in Llandudno next March, with tickets now available.

The Coral Tour Championship will run at Venue Cymru from March 17-22, 2020.

The leading eight players on the one-year ranking list will qualify as Llandudno stages a tournament for the sixth consecutive year.
Ronnie O’Sullivan won the event last year, coming through a strong field which included the likes of Judd Trump, Mark Selby, Neil Robertson and Mark Williams.

The top prize this time is £150,000.

Tickets start at just £15.
All-day tickets for the showpiece final on Sunday, March 22 cost £55, while an event pass for every session of the tournament is £150.
There are also VIP packages available from £75.

The race to qualify started at the beginning of the season in July, and it finishes at the Gibraltar Open on March 13.
The leading eight players on the one-year list at that point will qualify.
It is the third and final event in the Coral Series, with the leading money winner across the series to bank a £100,000 bonus. All three events are televised live by ITV4.
A spokesman for World Snooker said: “We are thrilled to be heading back to a fabulous venue in Llandudno.

"This is a marvellous opportunity to see the very best players on the planet.
"Certain sessions are sure to sell out quickly so fans must book now.
"It is sure to be a strong field packed with players in form and a tremendous spectacle of sport over the six days.”

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« Reply #812 on: November 12, 2019, 10:28:11 AM »
This made me smile.......... :)

Katherine Jenkins tells Piers Morgan how Llandudno fan who didn't recognise her slagged her off to her face
The Welsh songstress made the revelation about what happened before a Llandudno concert during an appearance on Good Morning Britain.

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« Reply #813 on: March 17, 2020, 10:20:46 AM »
ALL shows and films have been cancelled at Venue Cymru and Theatre Colwyn.       ref Pioneer

In response to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s statement on the evening of March 16, both theatres said they would not be staging shows or screening films for the foreseeable.

A spokesperson for Venue Cymru said: “ We will continue to follow guidance as to when we should recommence our programme.

“We kindly ask that you do not contact the box office as our teams will be contacting you soon with further details regarding cancelled and postponed events.

“We understand that this decision will come as a disappointment and inconvenience, but ultimately we all want the same thing: the health and safety of our communities, and we believe this is the correct decision to make.

“Thank you for your patience, understanding and cooperation.

“We appreciate you support and look forward to welcoming you back to Venue Cymru and Theatr Colwyn again very soon.”

In his statement, Mr Johnson said: “We need people to start working from home where they possibly can. And you should avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues.”

“It goes without saying, we should all only use the NHS when we really need to. And please go online rather than ringing NHS 111.”


The fifth fund raising Corporate Quiz for Llandudno’s St David’s Hospice scheduled for Wednesday May 13 has been postponed until a future date can be arranged.
Former Welsh rugby international Rupert Moon was to have been the quiz master for this event which last year generated £15,900 for the charity. the Hospice invites local businesses to test their knowledge and pit their wits against some of the brightest sparks in North Wales.

This year’s event was due to have taken place at Venue Cymru.

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« Reply #814 on: March 17, 2020, 11:15:02 AM »
A MAJOR sporting event that was due to be held in North Wales has been postponed.

The World Snooker Tour (WST) and ITV Sport have taken the decision to postpone this week’s Coral Tour Championship in Llandudno as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus.

The event was due to run from Tuesday to Sunday this week, and it was scheduled to be televised by ITV4.

Following Monday’s announcement from the UK government that public are advised to avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues, WST has liaised with ITV Sport and come to the decision to postpone the event, with new provisional dates of July 21-26 this year at Venue Cymru.

"The box office at Venue Cymru in Llandudno will contact ticket holders.

"Those tickets will be transferred automatically to the rescheduled dates. "Fans who are unable to attend in July can contact the box office after April 1 for a refund."