Here are seven standout things to do on this great Welsh day and some weekend activities as well for March. Today sees the start of some wonderful festivals such as Brecon’s Women Festival and the Crickhowell Walking Festival, which one of the largest walking festivals in the UK.
SO HAPPY ST DAVID’S DAY EVERYONE! We hope you have a great day!
Celebrate Saint David’s day by listening to the Brecon and District Male Voice Choir. Choir practises every Friday evening in Llanfaes School Hall commencing at 7.00 p.m. You are most welcome to come along and listen to the Choir rehearsing.
Friday March 1st – 6.30pm at Theatr Brycheiniog – Official Festival Launch
Come and join us at The Andrew Lamont gallery where internationally acclaimed Baroque violinist Rachel Podger launches the 2013 Festival with a preview of Brecon Women’s Festival Art show
Fri March 1st – Sun March 31st at The Hours Cafe & Bookshop – Our Women – A Brecon Portrait
A photographic exhibition by Nicola Bickerton featuring portraits some of the town’s most inspirational women
Listen to live performances from 5 local performers on the Heart of Wales line. Leave Llandovery station on the 16.34 train heading south to Llanelli. No need for an ipod on this journey
Welsh food at the Playbarn at Brynich
The PlayBarn will be serving Cawl (using butcher sourced local lamb!!), Bara Brith & Welsh Cakes on St David’s day!
- Re-launch of Pilgrims Tearooms in Brecon
All welcome at the St David’s Day Re-Launch Party at Pilgrims between 3-6pm!
The Big Art Share has now installed the local art work, and, along with our recent decorating, the atmosphere in our little tearooms feels positively uplifted!
Everyone is welcome to come and see the change for yourselves, while also sampling new Head-Chef David’s delicious tasters!
- The New Inn in Bwlch – Poetry & Pints evening
Come along and help raise money for the local church with a poetry readings washed down by the a pint …or two!
Crickhowell Walking Festival gets off to a singing start with a St David’s Day Concert at 7.30pm in St. Edmund’s Church, Crickhowell. Tickets £5 on the door. There are also walks still available for the festival and there something for everyone.