We have planned a full day of activities, workshops, entertainment and music in Tŷ Pawb on Saturday February 9 from 11am onwards to celebrate Welsh Language Music Day.
Welsh Language Music Day (Dydd Miwsig Cymru) celebrates all forms of Welsh Language music. Whether you’re into indie, rock, punk, funk, folk, electronica, hip-hop or anything else, there’s incredible music being made in the Welsh language for you to discover.
And in Wrexham we’ve planned a full day of activities and music in Tŷ Pawb to celebrate!
FREE evening music gig!
A fantastic line up, including local band Seazoo, promises for a great night of music.
- HMS Morris
- Ani Glass
- Blind Wilkie McEnroe
The first band starts at 6.45pm.
And, not only do we have a great evening of entertainment, but we also have loads of activities planned for the day as well!
There will be bilingual family events between 11am-3pm at Tŷ Pawb, with highlights including:
- Composition Workshop with Elis Derby – free
- Saturday Art Club – Dydd Miwsig Cymru Theme – £2 per child
- Parti Magi Ann
- Gweithdy Flogio / Vlogging Workshop – Free
- Welsh themed face painting – £1
- Film Screening: Anorac (2018) – Free
- 4.45pm: Six Nations Rugby: Wales v Italy (on the big screen)
Cllr Hugh Jones, Lead Member for Communities, Partnerships, Public Protection and Community Safety said, “This is the fourth Welsh Language Music Day and it’s a day to celebrate Welsh language music in all shapes and forms. Here in Wrexham we will be celebrating with a fantastic day of activities and entertainment in Tŷ Pawb and I would encourage everyone to come and celebrate Welsh language music.”
Take a look at this short film of Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens talking about Dydd Miwsig Cymru and the diverse landscape of Welsh popular music.
Saturday, February 9 from 11am onwards.
First band starting at 6.45pm
This event at Tŷ Pawb is a collaborative project between Tŷ Pawb, FOCUS Wales, Urdd Fflint a Wrecsam and Menter Iaith Fflint a Wrecsam
Find out more about the event on Tŷ Pawb’s Facebook page
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