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Posted: Mon 18th Jul 2011 Going Out Guide (July 18-24)

This article is old - Published: Monday, Jul 18th, 2011 Going Out Guide (July 18-24)

This week there’s a jam packed schedule of events for Wrexham folk including an almost full week of gigs at Central Station, Wrexham Science festival continues at Glyndwr Uni all week and the world famous Drifters headline the William Aston Hall on Saturday. For a full schedule of events read on.

All week
Wrexham Science Festival continues every day this week designed to inform, educate and get you thinking about a range of science and technology-related topics. A full programme of events can be found below:

Monday 18th July
Tonight English post-hardcore quintet Deaf Havana are headlining Central Station in Wrexham, they’re an up and coming band on the UK scene and have supported the likes of You Me at Six, Kids in Glass Houses, The Blackout, We Are The Ocean and Young Guns. Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £7 advance.

Tuesday 19th July
On Tuesday Bersham Enterprise Park is holding a “How to manage your business finances” seminar to take you through the process of preparing and analysing financial statements and provides information on how to prepare cash flow forecasts, profit & loss accounts and balance sheets. The event is free and starts at 10am. To book a place contact Hilary Neil-Williams on 01978 366366 or email

At night Canada’s favourite Irish Punk rockers The Mahones play Wrexham’s Central Station. Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £7.50 advance.

Wednesday 20th July
The 19th annual Wrexham Golf Day is taking place on Wednesday to raise funds for Nightingale House Hospice. Teams are for four players and follow the Stableford scoring system. Handicap limits are 30 for ladies and 24 for men with a 7/8 handicap allowance. The event is £90 for members of Wrexham Golf Club, £110 for non members, and £130 for companies including branding at one of the holes. The rates also include a round of golf and a two course meal. There are some fabulous prizes and a raffle on the day. Contact Samantha Lee on 01978 314292 or email

The Fusion networking event will take place at Glyndwr University this weekand starts at 6pm. Entry is free, but advanced booking required. Box Office: 01978 293466

In what is a packed week full of gigs for Central Station on Wednesday heavy metallers Malefice headline the venue. The group have supported Sepultura, DevilDriver and Morbid Angel and the show kicks off at 7pm and tickets cost £8.

Thursday 21st July
On Thursday night Central Station hosts the finals of Metal To The Masses and the final battle to play Bloodstock festival. Amongst the bands competing are Apollyon, Spires, Severenth and Impaled Existence. The contest starts at 7pm and tickets cost £5.

Friday 22nd July
Music In The Park sees One Way Traffic present an evening of popular covers from a range of artists at Bellevue Park. Bring a picnic and something to sit on. Starts 7pm entry free.

Electro-rock band Robots In Disguise have been performing across the UK and are set to bring their energetic performances to Central Station on Friday night. The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £10.

Saturday 23rd July
The Drifters are playing in concert at the William Aston Hall on Saturday night including some of their greatest hits such as Under The Boardwalk, Save The Last Dance and Up On The Roof. Doors open at 7.00pm, tickets cost £25 adults and £24 concessions.

Sunday 24th July
School’s Out For Summer is an all day festival at Central Station featuring Francesqa, My Passion, Tek-One, Bury Tomorrow, Fei Comodo, Shadows Chasing Ghosts, Tiger Please, Eleana and No Lights At Lockdown. The show starts at 12pm and tickets cost £13 advance.

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