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Set in rolling parkland alongside the River Wye, north of the town centre, Chepstow Racecourse is one of Britain's most famous horse-racing venues...
Chepstow's equivalent of the cast of Glee (albeit a considerably older, exclusively male, much more Welsh version) rehearses every Monday and Thursday from 7pm to 9pm at a local primary school...
The owners of this welcoming pub, housed in a 16th-century coaching inn, are from South Africa, so they understand the Welsh passion for rugby. It gets packed to the rafters during games...
It's strange now to think that the Beatles played this small theatre in Abergavenny Town Hall in 1963. It stages a varied program of drama, opera, dance, comedy and music.
A traditional real-ale pub tucked down a pedestrian alley, the Hen & Chickens hosts live jazz sessions on Sunday afternoons (outside when it's sunny) and occasional folk music sessions. The pub grub's good too.
The more real ales and local ciders you knock back in this traditional pub, the more you may believe the tales of resident ghosts from the site's history as a monastery, an orphanage, a brothel and even a Chinese res...
On a cobbled lane near the cathedral, sociable 18th-century pub 'The Lich' opens to a decked beer garden out back. Regular live-music events include a monthly jazz Sunday lunch...
Edgy, underground DJs and alternative sounds are constantly on the billing at Hereford's leading club. Look out for secret sets by big-name spinners.
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