Festive Events in Llandudno - Seren Y Dyffryn
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There’s now less than a month until Christmas! For those staying in holiday parks in Llandudno, this means that there are plenty of events coming up to keep you entertained during your break.

The Llandudno Christmas Parade is a truly magical evening for all ages. This event kicks off at 4pm on December 3rd outside of Llandudno’s railway station, and will be host to a range of entertainment. You’ll witness a range of recognisable figures within the parade, including Miss Alice and Father Christmas, as well as stilt walkers and land stream trains. This event is hosted by the Llandudno Town Council, and is free to attend. There are plenty of coffee shops open along the way if it gets a little chilly during the parade!

If you’ll be visiting Llandudno a little earlier than this, the town hall Christmas light switch on will be happening from 2:40pm. The light switch-on will also be accompanied by live entertainment.

If you prefer your entertainment indoors in the warmth, there are plenty of pantomimes and shows on in Venue Cymru during December. If you’re trying to think of something for the kids to enjoy – or just love a good pantomime yourself, Aladdin is this year’s main festive pantomime in Venue Cymru.

With humour aimed at both adults and children, it’s a night for everyone to enjoy. This pantomime will be on from December 10th to the 31st of December, giving you plenty of opportunities to go and see this traditional festive panto.

Running alongside Aladdin is another pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk. This classic tale is re-imagined by a fantastic cast, who are sure to have you laughing throughout. It’s £9 for children and £12 for adults, and will also be running until the 31st of December.

If you want to travel a little further afield, the coastal town of Conwy will also be host to some wonderful festive events. On the 10th December (4pm – 7pm), Conwy will be transformed back to its medieval roots, with a torch lit armoured knight procession taking place. There will also be street entertainers, musicians, food stalls and even sword fighting!