The producers of Cardiff Christmas Festival (formerly Cardiff Castle Christmas Festival), which is staged inside a beautiful heated 550-seat Spiegeltent, have confirmed that the popular event is to return for Christmas 2023 – moving to the larger, established theatre festival site in Sophia Gardens.
From July 4 to 9, Llandaff Festival has an outstanding and varied cultural programme, centred on the Cathedral. Only in its second year, the festival welcomes all of Cardiff for a celebration of culture, music and heritage and showcases the continuous work the Cathedral puts into achieving musical excellence and building a stronger community.
Wales’ premier festive lights trail, Christmas at Bute Park, is back and it’s bigger than ever – with an all-new layout and a longer trail of illuminations on offer in 2023.
Thomas and Rachel Howells join in with a celebration of all things LGBTQ+ in the heart of the Welsh Capital.
Ammanford’s Glowyr Theatre will soon host the BBC’s Bob Harris and music journalist, Colin Hall as they bring their ‘The Songs The Beatles Gave Away’ tour to the town on Saturday 1st July at 7:30pm.
Thomas Howells previews the 2023 Pride Cymru event at Cardiff Castle.
On 1 February 1995, Richey Edwards, the designer, lyricist, and rhythm guitarist of Manic Street Preachers, vanished. 28 years later, his sister, Rachel, will be presenting at an international conference in Cardiff on 5-7 July, hosted by University of South Wales (USW).
PRIDE CYMRU, Wales’ largest Pride festival and grassroots LGBTQ+ charity is taking place at Cardiff Castle for Pride month on 17 & 18 June. The mile long parade and two day festival will once again take over Cardiff city centre with celebration and campaigning for greater equality front and centre.
On Saturday June 10, Menter Iaith Abertawe present this year’s Gŵyl Tawe festival at Swansea’s National Waterfront Museum.
Book-ish in conjunction with the Borough Theatre will be hosting Ruth Jones in conversation with Caryl Lewis on Wednesday 5th July at The Borough Theatre Abergavenny.