events in West Wales
6th June, 2016 - 14th June, 2016
6 Fehefin, 2016 - 14 Fehefin, 2016
Mixed activity event
Digwyddiad gweithgarwch cymysg
We've a fantastic programme of events over the next few weeks in West Wales.
Thanks to everyone who has offered responses and is taking part. If you are new to the adventure... we look forward to welcoming you at one or more of the activities.
Monday 6th June
Aberdulais - 12.00 noon
Lunchtime cafe conversation in the Rock and Fountain pub exploring poet Robert Southey's connections to Wales.
Swansea High Street - 3.40pm
Discover more about Swansea regenerationa and the arts in a short walk down the High Street
Tuesday 7th June
Cresselly, Pembrokeshire - 7.00pm
Richard Parry sings at a church fundraising evening in the house where Coleridge stayed in 1802
Wednesday 8th June
St Clears - 11.00am
Follow the Blue Boar trail round town as St Clears hosts the Coleridge in Wales festival
Lampeter Velfrey - 3.15pm
Drop in to Lampeter House for conversation and music exploring our creative capacities
Narberth - 6.00pm
Join the festival as Narberth responds with a picnic and community entertainment in Narberth Castle
Thursday 9th June
Preseli Mountains - 10.00am
A hands on workshop connecting art and music at the studios of artist Elizabeth Haines
Preseli Mountains - 7.00pm
'Coleridge as Clapham Junction' - music, poetry and conversation celebrating Coleridge's extraordinarily wide interests and influence
Friday 10th June
Cresswell Quay - around noon (tbc)
Three musical members of the Coleridge in Wales party set off for Neyland in a Pembrokshire-built Atlantic Beachboat
St. Tudwall's Church, Llanstadwell - from 6.30pm
Informal evening of music, poetry and conversation led by Coleridge in Wales founder, baritone Richard Parry
Milford Haven - 11.30am
Coleridge in Wales founder Richard Parry reads extracts from 'The Rime of The Ancient Mariner' at the celebration of Milford Haven founder's day and the start of the SeaFair Festival.
Uzmaston - 3.00pm
Coleridge in Wales festival drops in to the Uzmaston village tea celebration in the Community Hall
Sunday 12th June
Dinas Mountain, North Pembrokeshire - 2.00pm
Join the Coastlines drawing project for a workshop onto of a mountain in response to the Coleridge in Wales journey
Fishguard - 7.00pm
Come along to the Roayl Oak pub for song, food, conversation, drawing and poetry. Bring a contribution or just pop in to see what's cooking...
Monday 13th June
Coleridge in Wales adventure arrives in Cardigan in search of hidden Welsh treasure
Tuesday 14th June
Church service and exploration of Coleridge's great poem 'This Lime Tree Bower My Prison'
News and pictures of all events as they happen on Twitter @Coleridge2016