It’s nearly the end of January, and with February being a short month, it won’t be long until it’s time to celebrate our patron saint - Dewi Sant - on the 1st of March.
What’s happening in your area? Will there be a parade? A meal with cawl or cennin? Here’s the place to post and let others know!
Noson Cawl a Chân gydag Ar Log - Sir Benfro
Theatr y Gromlech, Ysgol Bro Preseli, SA41 3QH
Nos Wener, 1 Mawrth / Friday, 1 March
As well as the folk music band, Ar Log, you will be entertained by Canumas and Marged Rees on the harp.
Yn cynnwys: Cawl, Caws, Bara a Phice Bach / Including: Cawl, Cheese, Bread and Welsh cakes
Croeso i chi ddod â diod eich hunain. / You’re welcome to bring your own drinks
Tocyn / Ticket: £20 - go here to purchase.
Cor y Pentan Yr Wyddgrug yn dathlu 25 mlynedd eleni! Dewch i fwynhau eu cyngerdd arbennig ar gyfer Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant yng nghwmni eu gwesteion ‘B. T Big Band’. Cynhelir nos Wener y 23ain o Chwefror yng Nghapel Bethesda, Yr Wyddgrug am 7 o’r gloch.
Cor Y Pentan, Mold is celebrating 25 years of singing this year! Join with us and our very special guests - B. T Big Band in our St. David’s Day Concert. Hosted at Capel Bethesda, Mold at 7 o clock on Friday the 23rd of February. All profits/proceeds to the Mold Mayor’s Charity at Mold Town Council.
the harpist / singer Bethan Nia from Pontypridd will be performing at the Duke of Wellington pub in Cowbridge at 6pm on Friday 1 March, to celebrate St. David’s Day and is free of charge!
If you are at home and wanting to cook something special, then how about these suggestions?
Here’s something different for Dydd Gŵyl Dewi!
NOT THE MUSICAL!
The first instalment of Chwarae’r Chwedlau, The Queer Emporium Welsh-language variety show, of 2024 and on St. David’s Day, nonetheless! Unlike previous events however, the acts won’t be using queer Welsh history to inform their performances, they’ll be making history of their own and performing in Welsh for the first time! Drag, music, dance, poetry and more, all in Welsh!
- Daniel Huw Bowen
- Sir Domme Jones
- The Cardiff Dolls
- Cardiff Trans Singers
Alcohol will be served at this event. This is a seated event. Lights and loud sounds may feature as part of the performances.
For more information and to buy tickets:
Queer Emporium Caerdydd
Random Acts of Welshness
Not a particular event, but rather a St David’s Day activity that we can all take part in, wherever we live!
We’re working on the This is Wales / Cymraeg (Welsh Government channels) campaign for St David’s Day - Random Acts of Welshness. It’s a fun social media campaign celebrating our nation, our traditions, and our language.
How to Take Part
The promo film has gone live on the This is Wales (@walesdotcom) and @Cymraeg channels:
Instagram This is Wales / Instagram Cymraeg
Facebook This is Wales / Facebook Cymraeg
Twitter This is Wales / Twitter Cymraeg
borrowed from the gigs thread -
The Saith Seren in Wrexham are celebrating Dydd Gŵyl Dewi with local band Six Ton Dog on Saturday 2nd March. They play a mix of Welsh and English songs, including rocked up versions of Sospan Fach and Calon Lan.