Organised by Menter Caerdydd, the family-friendly festival Tafwyl welcomed audiences back to Cardiff Castle over the weekend.
A free event that has grown over the years, Tafwyl is open to all Welsh speakers, learners, and non-Welsh speakers alike.
Representing the very best in arts and culture, the festival has an appeal to families and people across all ages and backgrounds. Amongst the festival highlights featured across the two days were music, theatre, comedy, pop-up performances as well as food, drink, arts, and crafts from a diversity of Welsh traders.
Although the wet weather attempted to take a hold of the Cardiff Castle venue on Saturday morning, this did not dampen the spirits of those in attendance. The weather gradually eased as events got underway and there were plenty of smiles in and around the venue which holds over 5,000 people.
Following a weeklong set of activities which followed the Tafwyl fringe across the Welsh Capital , queues began to form for the Welsh event outside the castle from Saturday afternoon.
Tafwyl’s 2022 line-up featured performances from many homegrown Welsh musicians and bands including Hana Lili, Cerddorfa Ukulel, Eadyth + Asha Jane, Gareth Bonello, Kizzy Crawford, Sŵnami and Yws Gwynedd.