Tuesday 3 July
On the Field

The Eisteddfod opens with International Children’s Day, exclusively for schools. The Concert will feature the fantastic musical CACEN (CAKE) by Theatr Clwyd with their young Company age 4-16. The concert will also include performances from our international competitors and the delivery of the poignant Peace Message from Ysgol Dinas Brân.

 

On the field

NSPCC – NSPCC Cymru Wales is proud to sponsor Children’s Day this year. Join them on the World Stage and Talk PANTS with their friendly dinosaur, Pantosaurus! Take part in fun activities and learn Pantosaurus’ five easy rules for staying safe.

Theatrix Arts Dragon Tales – Foolishly John Lambton throws the strange googly eyed fish back into the river. What has he done! The Fish grew and grew and grew until… Well why not find by coming to watch Paul Batten of Theatrix Arts perform this magical story based on the legend of the Lambton Worm through puppets, changing scenery, music and sound effects on the Amphitheatre Stage 10am – 3pm. Then meet the puppets and create your very own Dragon Puppet. The performance and workshop is suitable for Families and Children aged 4 +.

Panic Circus (all week) – Panic Circus will be joining us with their fantastic 40ft round red yellow and green big top marquee, circus workshops, Punch and Judy show, circus performances, bubble fun and walkabout with shoppers and performances throughout the week.

Kids Zone (all week) – Join us for children’s craft activities and musical instruments, as well as giant outdoor games and activities throughout the week.

Harmony Centre – Join Pendine Park for activities throughout the day.

Into the evening … from 4.30pm

  • Jazz Sessions with the guitar and vibes led Trefor Owen Quartet plays the Classic Jazz of the Americas.
  • Jazz Sessions
  • Folk Session with Madalene Kirby
  • Folk Sessions with Carmina
  • Amphitheatre Session with Skeet

Timetable for the Stages

Check out our Festival Site Map to see all the stages: http://international-eisteddfod.co.uk/information/festival-site-map/

Lindop Toyota World Stage

Artist/Event Details Time
NSPCC NSPCC Cymru Wales is proud to sponsor Children’s Day this year. Join them on the World Stage and Talk PANTS with their friendly dinosaur, Pantosaurus! Take part in fun activities and learn Pantosaurus’ five easy rules for staying safe. 10.00 – 15.00
Break
Amphitheatre Sessions with Madalene Kirby Local singer songwriter Madalene sings elegant melodies with sophisticated lyrics, delivered with a pure voice and fingerstyle guitar. 16.45
Folk Sessions with Carmina Details coming soon .. 18.00

The Atkinson & Kirby Stage

Artist/Event Details Time
NEW Dance Workshop These creative dance /movement workshops will be open to children of all ages and abilities. They will be fun, physical and vibrant participatory workshops that explore the world through the eyes of children and young people. The workshops will be bespoke to the participants that join in. 10.00
Seattle Girls Choir A choir from the USA 11.00
Confucius Institute Children from the Confucius Institute representing china with some traditional dances. 11.20
Cassius Hackforth Details coming soon.. 12.00
Dance Africa Foundation A dance group from Ghana 12.30
NEW Dance Workshop These creative dance /movement workshops will be open to children of all ages and abilities. They will be fun, physical and vibrant participatory workshops that explore the world through the eyes of children and young people. The workshops will be bespoke to the participants that join in. 13.00
Confucius Institute Children from the Confucius Institute representing china with some traditional dances. 14.00
RUCITEME KARYENDA CULTURE DE BUYENZI A dance group from Burundi 14.30
Into the evening … from 16.45
Jazz Sessions Details coming soon.. 16.45
Jazz Sessions with Trefor Owen Quartet Plays The Classic Jazz Of The Americas Supported by North Wales Jazz. 18.00

The British Ironworks Amphitheatre Stage

Artist/Event Details Time
Theatrix Arts Foolishly John Lambton throws the strange googly eyed fish back into the river. What has he done! The Fish grew and grew and grew until… Well why not find by coming to watch Paul Batten of Theatrix Arts perform this magical story based on the legend of the Lambton Worm through puppets, changing scenery, music and sound. Then meet the puppets and create your very own Dragon Puppet. The performance and workshop is suitable for Families and Children aged 4 +. 10.00 – 15.00
Amphitheatre Sessions with Skeet Details coming soon … 17.45