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Cardiff Music Board are seeking three new members to help develop and support the city’s music scene.
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If you've ever had the urge to explore a beautiful island, get back to nature and discover your inner Robinson Crusoe you now have the chance – and it's just five miles off the coast of Cardiff.
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Electronic music pioneers Leftfield and Orbital will open the recently announced Cardiff Music City Festival on September 27th at Utilita Arena Cardiff
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Four talented Cardiff-based musicians have received ‘Sound of the City’ commissions to support the creation of experimental new work, some of which will be presented later this year as part of the recently announced Cardiff Music City festival.
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Imagine a city soundtracked by music.
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For many Cardiff people, the Boulevard de Nantes is one of the grander roads in the city’s majestic civic centre – a tree-lined, broad thoroughfare flanked by some of our finest architectural wonders.
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Cardiff Council has agreed its Corporate Plan, outlining the priorities and goals it has set itself for the next three years and beyond.
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Cardiff Council has published its Corporate Plan, outlining the priorities and goals it has set itself for the next three years and beyond.
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For more than 150 years, James Howell’s department store on St Mary Street was synonymous with the best retail experience Cardiff could offer.
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A new exhibition of work by two critically acclaimed Wales-based artists opens this weekend at one of Cardiff’s most important independent artist spaces, Bay Art.
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The music scene in Cardiff is vibrant, with the city the location for exciting festivals and scores of venues, recording studios and rehearsal rooms catering to every musical style – from classical to jazz, hip-hop and electronica.
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Cardiff has scored highly in a major new EU survey assessing the quality of life in major European cities – and been declared the best of all for families with young children.
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A powerful new film demonstrating how the people of Cardiff are using arts, education and culture to improve diversity and encourage inclusivity in the city has been launched on the internet today.
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Four young people from Cardiff's Youth Services will take part in a live gaming fundraiser for BBC Children in Need.
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At a meeting held today, Thursday, October 26, Cardiff Council's Cabinet has accepted a recommendation for St David's Hall to remain closed until the roof is replaced and the building refurbished.
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If it barely seems five minutes since the long summer school holidays ended, some parents might not want reminding that the Autumn half-term is almost upon us.