A touring music and theatrical performance will demonstrate the ancient and ubiquitous reach of Cymraeg right up into the ‘Old North’ of Cumbria and Scotland, and its connection to Ireland.
Myrddin Wyllt, is a performance depicting the heritage and identity of the devolved nations through the life of the medieval Welsh legend, sixth century chief bard and prophet.
Fellow Welsh singer-poets Twm Morys and Gwyneth Glyn, both former Welsh Children’s Laureates, are joined by musicians from the Celtic diaspora of Scotland, Ireland and the ‘Old North’ in a performance that delves into the truth behind the Merlin myth.
This performance is on tour and will be in Galeri, Caernarfon TOMORROW (6/7) night, the Ceredigion Museum in Aberystwyth on Friday (7/7) and at the Beyond the Border - Wales’ International Storytelling Festival on Saturday (8/7).
Read more in the article by Nation.Cymru - New production demonstrates the scale and reach of early Welsh language