House & Country Park, Newport, Gwent, NP10 8YW,
South Wales (ç
Anniversary Festival 2019
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10th,
11th & 12th May 2019
A weekend of international dance, music and song
The 2018 festival has just finished,
but we will be back next year for our 30th anniversary!
Put the dates above in your diary
Committee would like to extend a big thank-you to all those who
helped make the 2018 festival a success, in particular:
TO THE FESTIVAL SITE AND TO ALL DANCE
PARKING: You can park in the
Tredegar House Car Park;
National Trust Car Parking Charges
For Ticket Prices for Concerts or a Weekend Pass see the
To see our sponsors, click
To see 2018's Raffle winners
We will be
putting on a series of Fund Raiser events for you to attend.
Click on the events below for more details of each one.
Fun Quiz 21st May
Cross Keys Rugby Club Pandy Park, Cross Keys NP11 7BS
2018 guests - THIS WAS
THE 2018 LINEUP
Festival, tickets will be available on the door at the event, or
from the Festival Office.
Free dance displays
local and international dance teams.
Please note that
Natiional Trust car park charges will still apply to visitors.
Dance Club "BULGARIAN RHYTHMS" and Folk Dance Group "THE
as well as Festival regulars and UK teams -
they will go blue
when confirmed for next year!
Al Rakas (Bollywood)
Cwmni Gwerin Pontypwl
Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-fai
India Dance Wales
O'Donnell - Maguire Irish Dancers
the Dust (Appalachian)
Sweyn's Ey Morris
Topaz Tribal (Belly Dancers)
Bataria (Samba Band)
Big, who is a welcome visitor to many local schools, will be
entertaining children in his canopy near the main marquee from
1pm - 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. All children
Friday night -
Calennig Big Band
with caller Pat Smith
Saturday night -
Juice with caller Dave Parsons
Music Sessions and Workshops
CAMRA REAL ALE BAR available all weekend
this grand and beautiful 17th-century mansion, whose rooms and walls
reverberate with fascinating stories about the Morgan family, later Lords
Tredegar. One member of the Morgan family was Captain Henry Morgan, a Welsh
privateer who preyed on the Spanish fleet and colonies. He was feted by King
Charles II and then went on to become Governor in Jamaica. A well-known rum
is named after him.
Honorary President: Mr Paul Flynn, MP
Honorary Vice-President: Mr Marcus Butler
Honorary Vice-President: Mr Stephen Lyons
SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS
details, contact: Sue Oates, email@example.com,