Performers

Little Peaches: ‘Warrior’ Burlesque Recommended 16+ contains some partial nudity

She’s queer, she’s disabled, she’s opiniated and she refuses to follow doctors’ orders. Little Peaches will break your heart, tell stories it holds, whip you into shape and prove that people with disabilities are worthy. From the tropical rainforests of Cairns, Australia, Little Peaches found her small city couldn’t meet her ambitions, so she jumped… Read more »

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From Children’s Entertainer to UN Peace Envoy; Bill Brookman in conversation

Author and journalist Jessica Hatcher-Moore in conversation with the intrepid Bill Brookman recounting the times when, as a Guardian journalist, she covered Bill’s remarkable cat-and mouse televised music event in Mogadishu.  This was the first international concert for 20 years defying al Shabaab, the Muslim extremist organisation which banned all music in Somalia’s capital for… Read more »

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After Birth: What Nobody Tells You

‘Hold tight for a pelvic floor revolution’ The Telegraph Join Jessica Hatcher-Moore, a non-fiction writer based near Llangollen, for a straight-talking conversation about the postnatal period of motherhood, and the healing, mental and physically the weeks, months and even years that follow. A must-see open and humorous discussion for mothers, partners and anyone with an… Read more »

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Eisteddfod Mini Parade

We didn’t want schools to miss out on our annual parade, so come along to the Music Stage and join in with our mini version as we travel around the Eisteddfod site. Music, flags, dancing all welcome! A chance for children to take part alongside our performers and competitors.

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Cal Ruddy

Cal Ruddy is a 25-year-old award winning Americana and Country influenced Singer/Songwriter based in Liverpool. After a trip to the home of Country music, Nashville Tennessee in September 2017, Ruddy worked alongside top songwriters and producers, including Blue Miller, producer to John Legend and India Arie, and Allen Palmer CEO of Palmer Global Ink. With… Read more »

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Filkin's Drift

Filkin’s Drift

Meeting in the multicultural city of Birmingham, Filkin’s Drift weave together intricate melodies from the folklore of their homes, Wales and Gloucestershire. Their music combines the traditional and the contemporary, blending fiddle, guitar, harmonium and mandolin with their close vocal harmony. Ornate interplay between two fretted instruments conjures up a Baroque sound world; meanwhile their… Read more »

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Huw and the Greater Good

Huw & the Greater Good

Assembled between Manchester and Leeds, alternative/indie/folk group Huw & the Greater Good came together in 2020, bonded by a love of classic and contemporary bands. Fronted by the uncompromisingly powerful and soulful voice of Huw Eddy, their live show is lauded as a liberating and empowering experience. Janice Long has stated ‘It’s soulful, psychedelic and… Read more »

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The Royston Club

The Royston Club

Our Saturday night headliners are a four-piece indie band of local lads from Wrexham. After becoming friends at secondary school, Tom, Ben and Dave started playing together in 2017 due to their shared passion for indie music, then added Sam on drums in 2019 to create The Royston Club. They’ve fast become one of the… Read more »

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Activism: Why YOU Should Get Involved!

Young activist Poppy Stowell Evans describes herself as a ‘socially awkward teen who will discuss the topics our world leaders feel too awkward to discuss’. Hear from Poppy why activism matters, and how YOU can make your voice heard, to really make changes in the world around you.

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