21 June-6 September 2014/21 Mehefin – 6 Medi 2014
This year's Cardiff Festival promises to provide a great summer of entertainment.
Come along and enjoy the festive atmosphere at a variety of events throughout the summer. This year’s line-up features colourful parades, exciting live music and theatre, popular family entertainment and world class sporting events including the Extreme Sailing Series™ in Cardiff Bay. Many of the events are FREE with something for everyone to get involved in – whether you're a local resident or a visitor to our City.
To find out more www.cardiff-festival.com; keep in touch on twitter @cardifffestival or facebook.com/cardifffestival
CardiffMADE is a new cafe, gallery and performance venue set up by two Cardiff based artists to promote art and design that has been made in the city.
Cardiff Open Art School is based at Cardiff School of Art & Design's Howard Gardens Campus close to Cardiff city centre. We have extensive art, printmaking, ceramics, photography and studio facilities.
Cardiff Print Workshop is an open access printmaking workshop run by artists, for artists.
Cardiff University's concert hall is frequently used as a recording studio, the acoustics being among the best Cardiff has to offer.
The Concert Hall seats 240 people. A slate plaque on the left-hand wall commemorates, in Welsh, the inauguration of the building on 21 May 1971 by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh ('Dug Caeredin').
Carnegie House Arts Centre is located in the the former Public Library in Bridgend Town Centre.
At the venue you will find a programme of professional events as well as community and educational activities that encourage local people to get involved in the arts in all its different aspects.
Celf o Gwmpas runs high quality visual, performing and environmental arts projects across Powys. Our programme of exciting and challenging projects including film, animation, sculpture, painting, drama and music, for people with learning disabilities and people who are often excluded from society.