A feast of storytelling is on offer as part of Gwledd, Dinefwr’s food festival this June. At the height of midsummer, we celebrate many rich and delicious textures of traditional stories from across the world, featuring some of the UK’s most celebrated artists sharing tales to feed your imagination, body and soul.
Over the weekend, an impressive array of leading artists will be sharing stories on themes of food, feasting and midsummer, including Jan Blake, Michael Harvey, Daniel Morden, Clare Muireann Murphy, Phil Okwedy and Tamar Eluned Williams plus a few special international guests you won’t want to miss!
All daytime performances are included as part of the entry ticket into Dinefwr.
Dinefwr Entry prices:
NT Members part of membership fee.
Special Event : Saturday 22 June, 7.30 – 9.30pm
Gwledd o Straeon – a Feast of Midsummer Stories
This session will have TONY EVANS as BSL interpreter throughout
At Midsummer, a time for celebration, fire and feasting, the veil between worlds is thin, and humans, gods and fairy folk slip through. Join six leading UK and international storytellers for an evening savouring stories of banquets, bargains, shape-shifting and fun, marking the moment when the sun hangs high in the sky and light and dark are held in balance.
Suitable for adults and 12+
Refreshments available from 5pm (includes Pimms Bar, etc)
Jan Blake (UK)
Michael Harvey (Wales)
Daniel Morden (Wales)
Clare Murphy (Ireland)
Phil Okwedy (Wales)
Tamar Eluned Williams (Wales)
Tickets £10 (this is the evening event only. daytime tickets separate and purchased through National Trust). Find out more about our evening event and tickets