Narberth’s “A Cappella Voice Festival”, which takes place from Friday, 19th – Sunday 21st February, is Wales’s only cappella festival. Now in its 8th year and organised by Span Arts, the festival celebrates the diversity of singing without instruments and takes place at The … [Read more...] about Winners of The Naked Choir come to Narberth
The annual Laugharne Weekend takes places in the small Carmarthenshire town noted for being the home of Dylan Thomas and where, and about which, he wrote his superb play for voices, Under Milk Wood. Taking place from 1st-3rd April this year, this is an event not to miss for … [Read more...] about Laugharne Attracts the Stars
New Year’s Day is 1st January, isn’t it? Well not if you live in a wooded valley in Pembrokeshire where Hen Galan, or New Year’s Day, is celebrated on 13th January. This is the land that time forgot. Today the inhabitants of the Gwaun Valley, near Fishguard, are … [Read more...] about THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT
After a year’s absence, Pembrokeshire Fish Week is to return in 2016. This year’s event will run from Saturday, 25th June to Sunday, 3rd July and is something not to be missed. Established in 2000, the county-wide festival comprises over 200 events and is attended by some … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire Fish Week is Back!
This Bank Holiday weekend sees the return, after a year’s absence, of the much loved “Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival” in St Davids. Having outgrown its previous home in St Davids Bishop’s Palace, this year’s event will take place on the 250 acre National Trust … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire Goes Wild!
Legendary folk favourites, Steeleye Span, will be headlining a new festival in Haverfordwest in May. Formed in 1969, Steeleye Span is one of the most influential names in British music having taken folk music out of small clubs and into the main stream. The band released their … [Read more...] about Steeleye Span to Headline New Festival in Pembrokeshire
West Wales hosts some truly memorable festivals throughout the year catering for all ages and interests. The annual Laugharne Weekend takes places in the small Carmarthenshire town noted for being the home of Dylan Thomas and where, and about which, he wrote his superb play … [Read more...] about Fabulous Festivals in West Wales 2015
Whilst St Valentine’s Day on February 14th is the day celebrated by lovers in most of the UK, here in Wales 25th January is the day for romance. St Dwynwen's Day is the Welsh equivalent to the story of St Valentine. According to the tale, Dwynwen, the fairest daughter of … [Read more...] about Romance is Alive & Well in Wales