Wrexham.com Going Out Guide (September 20-26)

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Wrexham.com Going Out Guide (September 20-26)

Tuesday 20th September

Personal Colour and Style at Ramada Plaza, Wrexham. As part of Wrexham Fashion Week visit the Ramada Plaza for this fantastic event. Adding that extra splash of colour to your wardrobe needn’t be scary, come along and spend an evening with House of Colour to learn how to gain your colour confidence. Also, find out how to build and then mix ‘n’ match your very own capsule wardrobe. Exclusive offers will be available on the night. Tickets £5 which includes a glass of wine on arrival and tickets are available from Wrexham Tourist information centre. Starts 7.00pm.

Also on Tuesday night Foe play Wrexham’s Central Station at 7pm. Tickets cost £5.

Wednesday 21st September

It’s World Peace Day on Wednesday and Wrexham is celebrating by having a fun filled day for all of the family at Llwyn Isaf and Queens Square to raise awareness of the meaning of peace. There will be plenty of free food, lots of live music, stalls and crafts as well as plenty of fun. Entry free. 11am-6pm. Read more in our article here.

On Wednesday night Stoke’s All The Young rock Central Station with their heavy brand of indie rock ‘n’ roll. Starts 7pm. Tickets £6.

Alternatively if it’s a bit of comedy you’re looking for Fosters Comedy Award Winner Russell Kane is bringing his Manscaping tour to the William Aston Hall where he will hilariously dissect the ridiculous state of masculinity in the modern world. Starts 8pm. Tickets £17.50. For a full preview check out our article here.

Thursday 22nd September

Yale College is holding a charity fashion show as part of Wrexham Fashion Week. Companies exhibiting include Matalan, First Lady Bridal, Curutti and Baffnio. Tickets are £5 with a glass of wine or soft drink on arrival.Tickets are available from Wrexham Tourist Information Centre. Starts 7pm.

London’s Shadows Chasing Ghosts are playing Central Station on Thursday, their mix of razor sharp guitar work and infectious, sing along melodies are sure to get the crowds going. Starts 7pm. Tickets £2.

Friday 23rd September

Leading blues band, The Producers are playing at Worthenbury Village Hall as part of the UK tour to promote their new album. Starts 8pm. Tickets £12. Tickets available from http://www.hookerblues.co.uk/.

Also on Friday rockers The Subways return to Central Station, the band are firm crowd favourites in Wrexham. They are currently writing and preparing their third studio album and are sure to go down a storm. Starts 7.30pm. Tickets £10.50.

Saturday 24th September

Charlie May’s Shadows of Motown come to the Stiwt in Rhosllanerchrugog this Saturday. Charlie has been touring the UK captivating audiences with her breathtaking show. Performing moving versions of classic hits, Charlie and her band deliver a show that is full of energy, musical precision and visual excitement. Charlie has quickly become one of the UKs most in demand performers. Starts 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50 balcony, £10 stalls.

Towers and Truncheons. Wrexham Museum is located in the town’s former police station, court house and militia barracks. Find out more in an action packed tour of the buildings nooks and crannies. Who knows what might be lurking there? An open doors event. Starts 11am. Entry free.

Sunday 25th September

Model Aircraft Demonstration at the Plassey Craft and Retail Centre. Bring the family to watch and have a go at flying a model aircraft. Hosted and tuition given by the talented members of BMFA. Starts 11am. Entry free.

Destruction of Wrexham ft. Xerath and guests. Xerath will be playing their combination of crushing metal riffs and grooves with cinematic symphonic arrangements at Central Station on Sunday night. All day event with a number of acts. Starts 2pm. Entry £6.

Monday 26th September

European Direct Wrexham is organising European Day of Languages 2011. This event is an annual European event which has the aim of alerting people to the importance of multilingualism. It also promotes the rich linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe and encourages lifelong language learning in and out of school. Wrexham Memorial Hall. Suitable for school children. Entry free. Start time to be announced, all day event. Contact Eleanor Staple on 01978 292090 or email europedirect@wrexham.gov.uk

Rockers The James Cleaver Quintet play Central Station on Monday night. Starts 7pm. Tickets £5.

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