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New poetry and music series celebrates alumnus success
The success of an Aberystwyth University alumnus at the 2018 National Eisteddfod will be celebrated at an evening of poetry and music at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on Thursday 22 November.
Live orchestral music on your doorstep
Aberystwyth's symphony orchestra Philomusica is preparing to entertain audiences with a spectacular performance in the Great Hall at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on Saturday 8 December.
‘I fyny bo’r nod: personal, civic and spiritual ambition in late-Victorian Wales’
Ambition, a concept that became an obsession in Wales and the topic of innumerable eisteddfod compositions, sermons and essays during the final decades of the nineteenth century, will be the focus for a Learned Society of Wales public lecture at Aberystwyth University on Tuesday 20 November 2018.
Citizenship in the age of Brexit
As the political debate surrounding the UK's exit from the European Union rages on, the Centre for Welsh Politics and Society Annual Public Lecture (6.30pm, Friday 23 November) will discuss citizenship in the age of Brexit.