Eisteddfod 2013

by / on March 27, 2017 at 2:15 pm / in Eisteddfod 2013, Events, Welsh News

Eisteddfod 2017: From Eden to Bodedern…

They’ve been on the comeback trail since bursting onto the Welsh music scene in 1996 with Paid â Bod Ofn. Now, the Vale of Clwyd trio, Eden, are set to mark their 21st anniversary with one of their biggest gigs to date. After a slew of reunion gigs – including last year’s National Eisteddfod in Abergavenny – Rachael, Non and Emma […]

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by / on August 4, 2014 at 12:31 pm / in Eisteddfod 2013, News Desk, Welsh News

Eisteddfod 2014 Llanelli: canlyniadau diweddaraf / latest results

DYDD SADWRN 1af AWST / SATURDAY 1st AUGUST Y Pafiliwn/The Pavilion BANDIAU PRES DOSBARTH 4 / BRASS BANDS SECTION 4 (14) 1) Seindorf Arian yr Oakeley/Royal Oakeley Band, Blaenau Ffestiniog 2) Band Ieuenctid Abertyleri a’r Cylch/Abertillery and District Youth Band 3) Band Ieuenctid Cwmtawe/Cwmtawe Youth Band, Swansea Valley BANDIAU PRES DOSBARTH 3 / BRASS BANDS SECTION 3 (13) 1) Band Pres Glyn Ebwy/Ebbw Valley […]

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by / on August 1, 2014 at 4:13 pm / in Eisteddfod 2013, Gareth Joy, On Air

Barod? Curtain goes up on the National Eisteddfod

Thousands of people from the North Wales Coast are expected to join thousands more from across the country in Llanelli as the 2014 National Eisteddfod of Wales – Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru – gets underway. After last year’s event in Denbigh – considered one of the best in years – the eight-day celebration of the Welsh language and Welsh culture returns to […]

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by / on July 8, 2014 at 8:25 pm / in Eisteddfod 2013, Events

‘Invisible’ monologue returns on tour

A monologue about depression, which became a success story at last year’s National Eisteddfod, is returning to Denbighshire as part of a Wales-wide tour this month. ”Anweledig” (Invisible) was premiered at Y Lle Celf on the Maes in Denbigh last August. The one-woman play, penned by Aled Jones Williams, tells the inner most thoughts of Glenda – a middle aged woman […]

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by / on July 8, 2014 at 8:25 pm / in Cymraeg, Eisteddfod 2013, Hamdden

Monolog ‘Anweledig’ yn mynd ar daith

Yn dilyn ei llwyddiant ysgubol yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol y llynedd, mae’r cynhyrchiad Cwmni’r Frân Wen yn dychwelyd i Sir Dinbych fel rhan o daith genedlaethol dros Gymru. Roedd ‘Anweledig’ a berfformiwyd am y tro cyntaf ar y Lle Celf yn Ninbych. Mae’n monolog bwerus gan Aled Jones Williams am brofiad dynes ganol oed yn wynebu iselder dwys yw ‘Anweledig’. Mae anallu […]

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by / on July 3, 2014 at 12:53 pm / in Eisteddfod 2013, Gareth Joy

Countdown to the ‘Steddfod by the Sea

The much missed Ray Gravell always insisted ‘West is Best’. When you look at the choice of location for this year’s National Eisteddfod, it’s hard to disagree. In complete contrast to last year’s unforgettable festival under the shadow of the Clwydian Range in Denbigh, the Brifwyl takes to the West Wales coast – back to the venue which ushered the […]

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by / on October 29, 2013 at 4:15 pm / in Cymraeg, Eisteddfod 2013, Events

Gwerthu Allan yn Dinbych

Un o uchafbwytniau gan Eisteddfod Genedlaethol eleni oedd Y Babell Lon, noson o ‘stand-yp’ gomedi Gymraeg (ni fydd ein Gareth anghofio ei gyfarfod crowd-syrf gyda Madam Rygbi!) Tri mis i’r diwrnod ers eu dyddiad ar yr Maes, bydd tîm y tu ôl y noson yn dychwelyd i Dinbych ar gyfer rhagor o chwerthin fel rhan o daith Gwerthu Allan. Dau o berfformwyr, Daniel […]

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by / on October 27, 2013 at 7:43 pm / in Eisteddfod 2013, Talking Point

National Eisteddfod’s future – task force rejects permanent site

A group looking into the future of the National Eisteddfod, which was held in Denbigh this year, has rejected suggestions that the festival should move to a permanent site. The 12-member Task & Finish committee has recommended more co-operation with other festivals and appointing a new artistic director as part of its report to the Welsh Government published on Thursday. Its chairman, […]

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by / on August 9, 2013 at 7:22 pm / in Eisteddfod 2013, News Desk

The Denbigh Curse – the Chair is empty

Gareth Joy reports on the Denbigh disappointment For the third time in the four occasions Denbigh has held the National Eisteddfod, there is no winner of the Chair. In a sad end to a memorable week of daily prize ceremonies which had included the pomp, pagantry and drama of Welsh literature, the three adjudicators decreed that none of the 12 […]

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by / on August 9, 2013 at 11:08 am / in Eisteddfod 2013, On Air

National Eisteddfod In Pictures

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