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- Children’s dance group from Zimbabwe come roaring to Llangollen Eisteddfod thanks to Lions Jul 11, 2014 A children’s dance group from Zimbabwe have come roaring into the Llangollen Eisteddfod thanks to a local Lions club. The newly-formed North Marches Lion’s club teamed up with the Lions Club International to bring over youngsters from the Pathway School, Chitungwiza. They donated £1000 to the group to help pay for their food and lodging.... Read more »
- Noah brings the house down Jul 11, 2014 American tenor Noah Stewart brought the house down and won a 10-minute standing ovation as he again sang in Welsh on stage at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. Stewart was part of a mixed programme for the first part of the evening’s concert along with vivacious Latvian accordionist Ksenija Sidorova. His moving rendition of Welsh... Read more »
- Hip Ysgol Bryn Coch youngsters rap out Eisteddfod Peace Message Jul 10, 2014 THERE was a novel new twist to the traditional Peace Message at Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod this year. Since 1952, the young people of Llangollen have presented a Message of Peace and Goodwill from the stage during the concert on the first day of the festival which is always Children’s Day and attended by large... Read more »
- Brilliant and bloody Sweeney launches Eisteddfod Jul 10, 2014 Bryn Terfel and a star-studded cast gave this year’s Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod a brilliant and bloody launch last night with a sensational Sweeney Todd at the Royal International Pavilion. The great bass-baritone was making a return to the Eisteddfod stage for the first time since 2006 and Terfel and a cast that included Welsh... Read more »