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The new, improved Wally's Delicatessen in Cardiff's Royal Arcade opened yesterday and the historic store that we're often accidentally led into by our noses is hosting practically a whole month of tasting days - yum. Today is world cheeses and on Saturday, wine supremos Ballantyne's are there with some quality drinkage. 029 2022 9265.

Exploring the dark side...

If you miss The League of Gentlemen or Nighty Night and like your humour twisted and nightmarish, tune in for new dark comedy thriller Psychoville, Thursday on BBC Two. It stars Dawn French, and Little Britain's Matt Lipsey is the director - characters include an embittered one-handed clown. Don't say we didn't warn you..

Raising money...

Ascot's coming early at St David's Hotel and Spa in Cardiff Bay this Friday - they're hosting a ladies night with Welsh celebs like Shan Cothi and Sian Lloyd on a panel ready for questioning over champagne and a three-course dinner. Tickets are pounds 35, and the event's raising money for George Thomas Hospice Care - contact 029 2052 4150 or Learning a skill...

Changing a plug, sewing on a button - too much like hard work. Knitting on the grass with people who can show us how - could be fun. Cardiff's joining in World Wide Knit in Public Day this Saturday, from 2pm until 7pm, outside the civic centre. Take needles and yarn..
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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Jun 9, 2009
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