In evening

From bustling seaside pubs to late night ski experiences on the Great Orme, Conwy County hosts a fantastic selection of evening activities to suit everyone. Here’s our seven top evening attractions for a great night out on the town…

  1. For the jokers…

Comedy nights

Comedy nights are extremely popular in Llandudno and the surrounding areas, with many pubs hosting regular comedy evenings. Head to 3rd Space in Llandudno on the last Saturday of every month for an evening full of side-splittingly funny entertainment. Guest comedians in the past have included Wales’ own Tudur Owen (one of the winners of the BBC 3 Sitcom writing competition “The Last Laugh”), as well as the fabulous Dan Nightingale, a top-class circuit headliner who earned rave reviews at Edinburgh Fringe 2018.

  1. For the theatre lovers…

Venue Cymru, Llandudno

There’s no business like show business! Avid theatre-goers can enjoy magical and inspiring performances at Llandudno’s Venue Cymru - a theatre, conference and events facility close to the centre of Llandudno. The theatre has captivated audiences since 1894 and regularly hosts West End favourites, as well as popular music concerts and theatrical productions. To complete your evening, why not book a table in the venue’s Y Review restaurant, which offers stunning panoramic views over Llandudno Bay.

  1. For the partygoers…

Dylan's Bar, Llandudno

Llandudno has a bustling nightlife community. The town houses many popular bars, including Fountains, The Lily, Dylan's and The Palladium. Lookout for seasonal offers throughout the year. 

For a more relaxed evening, there's The Cottage Loaf and The Erskine Arms, all of which have a more friendly and laid-back atmosphere. Typically housed in period buildings, these pubs ooze character and charm, reiterating the history of the Victorian and Medieval resorts of Llandudno and Conwy.

  1. For the film fanatics…

Cineworld, Llandudno Junction

Catch the latest Hollywood blockbuster movies at Cineworld Llandudno or Colwyn Bay’s local independent cinema, Theatr Colwyn. Located just off the A55, Cineworld Llandudno is extremely easy to get to and surrounded by an array of popular fast food restaurants – the perfect place for a quick bite to eat before a movie!

For a more cultured and historic evening - head to Theatr Colwyn, the UK’s oldest working cinema which first opened its doors in the 1800s. The interior décor endorses the history of the building and is reminiscent of the early days of mainstream film releases. In addition to the latest Hollywood blockbusters, audiences can also be enthralled by independent film and theatre productions.

  1. For the brave…

Gwrych Castle, Abergele

Are you brave enough to spend a night in a haunted castle? Wales is renowned for being home to a number of grand and historic castles, but few dare to venture there after dark. For those that enjoy haunting tales and ghostly visits, take a guided ghost tour at Gwrych Castle where you can investigate reports of notorious ghosts that haunt the castle at night. Guests will then be taken on vigils around the grounds of the castle and the restored tower.

For a less spooky alternative, take a trip to Conwy Castle where you can

  1. For the adrenaline seekers…

Ski and Snowboard Centre, Llandudno

Booked a ski holiday and want some extra practice before your trip? Llandudno Snowsports Centre offers a wide range of PermaSnow slope-based activities – skiing, snowboarding and even sno-tubing! Located on the Great Orme, the centre provides a late ski session every Thursday until 10pm. Ski the night away and admire the stunning views of Llandudno Bay at night!

  1. For the outdoor enthusiasts…

Great Orme Vertical, Llandudno

Climb to new heights with Great Orme Vertical – Llandudno’s very own outdoor activities social group. Offering professional instruction in rock climbing, the club hosts regular rock climbing evenings on the Great Orme, followed by a sociable drink in a nearby pub. The evening will cover the basics of climbing including movement skills, PPE, belaying and knot tying. All specialist equipment is provided and everyone is welcome.

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