Wednesday 3 July – Daytime on the Field

Mother Touch Performers Dancing

Scroll down For the latest timetable of performances and workshops on our Outside Stages and inside the Multicultural Hub or pick up a print out from the ticket office on arrival!

Throughout the Week – Join us in the Kids Zone and engage in a variety of craft, music, games and other workshops and activities throughout the week. Why not join Xplore Wrexham for their drop-in fun activities and workshops all about the Science of Sound.  Pop along into the Sing-Up tent for instrumental and song workshops. Get stuck in with lots of kid’s crafts, workshops and have your face painted in the Children’s Craft tent. Take part and learn new circus skills in our ‘baby’ Big Top brought to you by Circus Sensible. Keep an eye on the timetable for the other three stages where we will be showcasing lots of performances and dance workshops catered for our youth of the Nation.

On the Field  – Alongside an exciting range of our competing choirs and dance groups, we are showcasing Ukrainian, Japanese, Chinese and Latin dancing on our three outside stages.  Join the ‘World Quilt Café who are here today, Thursday and Friday, hosted by Cyswllt Crefftau Wrecsam / Craft Connect Wrecsam in the Multicultural Hub.

The Parade of Nations – This spectacle of colour and sound is one of our highlights of the Eisteddfod week! Come along and experience this free-to-attend event starting at 4:30pm on Wednesday 3rd July from the Pavilion and moving in procession down through the town of Llangollen before returning back to the Eisteddfod site, where you are welcome to continue the celebration into the evening. Join us back on the field after the parade straight into the Twmpath – a Ceilidh with a specific focus on Welsh music and dance – taking place near the Oakleigh Stage. Don’t miss it! As day turns to evening and in preparation for our Wales Welcomes the World Concert, featuring Calan, our outside stages exude a distinctly ‘folk’ vibe.


The Globe Stage

Time Name Information
09:30 – 10:00 Nachda Punjab Youth Club, India Nachda Punjab Youth Club was formed in 1990 and was registered in 2000 to promote and preserve culture and traditions of Punjab. The group has performed on various stages at both national and international levels and has shown an outstanding journey which still continuous with full excitement and power.
10:00 – 10:30 Choir Collegium Medicum UMK, Poland Our love for music unites us, and thanks to it, the differences between us lose significance. We love spending leisure time together, and thanks to the choir, many lasting friendships and even relationships have been formed!
10:30-11:00 OTANTIK BUNKA, Japan The group has Japanese modern dance, Turkish folklore dance, Azerbaijan folklore dance, and belly dance in repertoire, but in recent years we have been focusing on Japanese -style.
11:00 – 11:30 Kurdish Folklore, Kurdistan We are friendly and welcoming. We are all eager to learn about our traditional dances clothing and history.
11:30 – 12:00 Vocalisation A group of singers, including teens and adults from the Tiffany Lau Vocal Performance Academy in Hong Kong
12:00 – 12:30 Cantamus Camerata, USA
12:30 – 13:00 Isra’eel Sullivan After only starting playing guitar 18 months ago. In this time I’ve practiced over 3000 hours and dedicate almost every spare moment I have to playing and learning guitar. I’ve received a prestige award for the 2023 South African Eisteddfod.
13:00 – 13:30 Katejan, Czech Republic We’re not just a choir; we’re one big, lively bunch that simply loves to sing and immerse ourselves in the world of theatre. With a repertoire ranging from classical choir pieces to the enchanting allure of operatic performances, our shared passion creates a vibrant, laughter-filled atmosphere that we cherish.
13:45 – 14:15 Mother Touch Group of Schools, Zimbabwe A group founded by Mrs S Mutsinze and comprises of both boys and girls . They are happy when they are exploring and participating in cultural dance
14:30 – 15:15 KilBride Brothers
15:30 – 16:15 Clywedog Steel Pans, Cymru Following a successful grant application, Ysgol Clywedog purchased a set of Caribbean steel pans – a rare set of instruments to the area with the aim to provide children with a collaborative musical experience outside of normal structured lessons, developing their confidence and building a sense of community.
Parade of Nations 16:30
17:15 – 18:00 Clywedog Steel Pans, Cymru Following a successful grant application, Ysgol Clywedog purchased a set of Caribbean steel pans – a rare set of instruments to the area with the aim to provide children with a collaborative musical experience outside of normal structured lessons, developing their confidence and building a sense of community. Join them after the parade and come and have a dance.
18:15 – 19:00 Soul Oasis Cultural Ambassadors Trinidad and Tobago Soul Oasis Cultural Ambassadors bring song, dance, drumming and even the limbo all the way from Trinidad and Tobago.

 

The Oakleigh stage

Time Name Information
09:30 – 10:30 Latino Fit
10:30 – 11:00 Eden Birch Eden is a member of Staffordshire show choir and also a member of Staffordshire community children’s choir and has been in the choir for 2 years and has level 1,2 and 3 in her singing lessons
11:00 – 11:30 Deansfield Junior School, England A group of young people who support each other and who love to sing.
11:30- 12:00 Canons Choirs, England
Every member of the choir actively participates and sings with passion, creating beautiful songs. We have a strong sense of teamwork and cooperation, which allows us to blend our voices seamlessly. The choir’s commitment to excellence is evident in our exceptional performances, which always leave the audience in awe. Our incredible talent and love for music makes Canons Choir truly outstanding. (Written by Yanna, member of Canons Choir)
12:00 – 13:00 Juice An instrumental group playing a blend of exhilarating jigs and reels, waltzes and sumptuous slow airs from Wales, Ireland, Shetland and beyond.
13:00 – 14:00 Newport Chinese Community Centre
14:00 – 14:45 Filkins Drift
14:45 – 15:30 OTANTIK BUNKA, Japan The group has Japanese modern dance, Turkish folklore dance, Azerbaijan folklore dance, and belly dance in repertoire, but in recent years we have been focusing on Japanese -style.
15:30 – 16:00 Prolisok. Ukraine “Prolisok” are a London based Ukrainian Dance group. They were founded in 2014 by Iryna Jankovics and later joined by Antonio Gresko. The group consists of both Ukrainian and British born dancers with Ukrainian ancestors.
16:00 – 16:30 Pathway School Choir, Zimbabwe PATHFINDERS!!! This is their nickname as we make sure to find our path in everything that we do and achieve it. Bubbly, energetic and very artistic defines us as a group.
16:30 – Parade of Nations
17:15 – 18-15 Ceilidh with Juice An instrumental group playing a blend of exhilarating jigs and reels, waltzes and sumptuous slow airs from Wales, Ireland, Shetland and beyond. Join them for a lively Ceilidh after the Parade of Nations!
18:30 – 19:15 Filkins Drift

The Amphitheatre Stage

Time Name Information
09:30 – 10:00 Soul Oasis Cultural Ambassadors Soul Oasis Cultural Ambassadors bring song, dance, drumming and even the limbo all the way from Trinidad and Tobago.
10:00 – 10:30 Gwersyllt School A Children’s choir who loves to sing.
10:45 – 11:45 North Wales Woman’s Chinese Dance Association A Cultural Association supporting Chinese within North Wales
11:45 – 12:15 Aria Nam Aria, a gifted singer, has achieved remarkable success on her musical journey. She has garnered prestigious awards and touched the hearts of audiences with her extraordinary voice.
12:15 – 12:45 Chulada Choir of Chulalongkorn, Thailand During the last 20 years they have been the only activity-based group that brought the school to the public eye the most, both performing and competing in choral events, or even receiving Youth Excellence Awards from the government. As stated in the choir’s name, they are the “Star of Chulalongkorn.”
13:00 – 13:45 Paalaam Arts  CIC- Martial arts performance We at Paallam Arts are a performing arts organization working with South Asian dancers and martial arts practitioners across the globe.

A fierce and dedicated team or practitioner will be performing Kalarippayattu, an ancient Indian martial art which is indigenous to Kerala, a small state in the southern tip of India, but is known and practised throughout the globe today. It is considered to be the oldest form of martial art, hence it’s also referred “Mother of all Martial arts”.

13:45 – 14:30 Cantabile Girls Choirs, England The choir have a lovely mixture of personalities and are very supportive of each other. They work very hard towards all they do and enjoy working on many different styles of music. They are group of wonderful young people who give so much . A very proud MD.
14:30 – 15:00 červánek, Czech Republic Our choir is from small town called Červený Kostelec from elementary music school in the northeast of Czech republic.
15:00 – 15:30 Eden Birch Eden is a member of Staffordshire show choir and also a member of Staffordshire community children’s choir and has been in the choir for 2 years and has level 1,2 and 3 in her singing lessons
15:30 – 16:00 Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir, USA Our singers light up with happiness when they sing; they become devoted musicians because singing feeds their souls. They tell us it’s who they are, and a fundamental requirement for happiness. While they commit to striving as musicians, they also cherish the bonding they do as a group and the friendships they make not only in their own choir, but with the singers they host for our Golden Gate Festival and with those who host us around the world.
16:00 – 16:20 Jitrenka, Czech Republic Our choir is from small town called Červený Kostelec from elementary music school in the northeast of Czech republic.
16:30 – Parade of Nations
17:15 – 18:00 Nachda Punjab Youth Club, India Nachda Punjab Youth Club was formed in 1990 and was registered in 2000 to promote and preserve culture and traditions of Punjab. The group has performed on various stages at both national and international levels and has shown an outstanding journey which still continuous with full excitement and power.
18:00 – 19:00 Claire Moon

Multicultural Hub

Time Name
09:30 – 16:30 Daily Craft Connect Wrecsam Community Quilt Workshop