Tuesday 2 July
On the Field

Earth’s little Heroes

The Eisteddfod opens with International Children’s Day, themed ‘Earth’s Little Heroes’. Our Matinee performances ‘World Warriors’ will include pupils from local Denbighshire schools and will focus on the environment, and pupils from local Wrexham schools will deliver the poignant Peace Message. Enjoy international performances with participants’ Holloways Children’s Choir from China, and the Kakatsitsi,Master Drummers from Ghana, featuring Mbilou, Bwiti Ngagnga from Gabon. Sponsored by MBNA.

On our three outside stages and around the field we will be focusing on the environment, we will have Interactive Junk Music™ and workshops with The Junkman and a Magic of Recycling Show with The Conwy Jester. Enjoy eBublio Magical Bubble Workshops, dance workshops with New Dance and Kajal Sharma, and a fun interactive sing a long performance with Shea Ferron. Don’t miss the balloon, magic and Mary Boppins artists dotted all over the field and lots of international choirs and folk dance groups, circus skills with Panic Circus and much more.

Into the evening from 4.30pm we will bring you staged scenes from a variety of operas from the North Wales Opera Studio, acoustic soloists Fuschia Jones and Leonie Anne Kirby and showcasing their fantastic talent the Ballet Pod.

Into the evening…

Timetable for the Stages

The World Stage

Artist/Event Details Time
eBublio Magical Bubbles Bubbles appeal to everyone, young and old and of all abilities, interactive ever changing and fun. They bring people together to both watch, chase, pop, and play. 8.30am
Kajal Sharma Traditional Indian classical dance KATHAK & Indian Bollywood. 11.45am
Kakatsitsi, Master Drummers from Ghana, featuring Mbilou, Bwiti Ngagnga from Gabon A unique collaboration between one of Africa’s leading traditional drumming groups. 1.00pm
Into the evening…
Fuchsia Jones Young local soloist 4.30pm
Leonie Anne Kirby Llangollen singer songwriter performing acoustic ballads 6.00pm

The Globe Stage

Artist/Event Details Time
NEW Dance Workshop Join NEW Dance practitioners for some creative dance /movement workshops, based on the theme of the day, Earth’s Little Heroes.  These fun, physical and vibrant participatory workshops are open to children of all ages and abilities. The children will have a chance to transform into their favourite superheroes and share their magical moves! 9.00am
Conwy Jester Stories Details coming soon… 10.15am
Shea Ferron Children from the Confucius Institute representing China with some traditional dances. 11.00am
Conwy Jester Stories Details coming soon… 12.15pm
NEW Dance Workshop Join NEW Dance practitioners for some creative dance /movement workshops, based on the theme of the day, Earth’s Little Heroes.  These fun, physical and vibrant participatory workshops are open to children of all ages and abilities. The children will have a chance to transform into their favourite superheroes and share their magical moves! 1.00pm
Conwy Jester Stories Details coming soon… 2.15pm
Into the evening … 
North Wales Opera Studio Their performance will include staged scenes from different operas including Puccini, Mozart, Verdi and Bizet. 4.45pm

The Amphitheatre Stage

Artist/Event Details Time
The Junkman Using recycled materials allows me to produce music that crosses genres, such as world, jazz, pop, and dance. Performing Interactive Junk Music™ and make and take workshops. 9.00am – 3.00pm
Into the evening…
Ballet Pod A local ballet group showcasing their talent. 4.45pm

 

The Harmony Centre 

Pendine Park – Intergenerational Dementia music workshops led by Jenny Pearson and accompanied by Annette Bryn Parri

 

Story Hub

A creative space where visitors can tell, listen to and exchange stories about the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.

A place to have conversations and generate ideas about the future of the Eisteddfod.