Newsletter June 2010

The season of Medieval Shows

It starts in Ruthin on the 26th and 27th June: a fantastic mix where you can experience life in medieval times and also learn lots of countryside skills. You can also watch a packed entertainment programme including jousting knights and foot combat. Lots of free activities and learning for children. There are 4 show jumping rings where you can watch riders of all abilities.

The famous waterfront architecture of Liverpool

For those interested in architecture, as part of the RIBA NW Architecture Festival, this series of events will celebrate and explore the famous waterfront architecture of Liverpool.
On until the 26th June, walking tours will be led by local architects and students of architecture, lasting between 60-90 minutes. You will explore the waterfront and commercial district from an architectural viewpoint - taking in the best of the city's historical and contemporary architecture.

The importance of being Earnest – Manchester Library Theatre until 3rd July


‘The truth is rarely pure and never simple.’ This hysterical study of the Victorian leisure class is one of the funniest plays ever written. But this “trivial play for serious people” - as Oscar Wilde dubbed it - is also full of social and sexual ironies beneath its sunny and blithely irresponsible surface. A laughter-filled comedy of inversion, The Importance of Being Earnest was the first ever-production in the Library Theatre back in 1952, and is being fittingly revived to mark the company’s final production in its present home.

English in North Wales

Conlan School promotes English in North Wales, which is a network of relationships between the main protagonists of the local educational community: this network ensures reliability regarding both organization and didactics, as well as facilitating other activities besides school and improving the international students’ general learning experience.
Please, visit our website for more information.