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Tredegar House & Country Park, Newport, Gwent, NP10 8YW, South Wales (ç map)

 

A big thank you to everyone who attended this year's Festival - hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did. 

 Put these dates in your diary for next year!

 

29th Annual Festival 2018

Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11th, 12th & 13th May 2018

A weekend of international dance, music and song.

FREE ENTRY TO THE FESTIVAL SITE AND TO ALL DANCE DISPLAYS

PARKING: You can park in the Tredegar House Car Park, but unfortunately National Trust Car Parking Charges will apply.

For Ticket Prices for Concerts or a Weekend Pass see the Tickets page. 

Prices for 2018 will be published early next year as they are confirmed

To see our sponsors, click here.

 

 

Who won the raffle?  For list of the 2017 Festival raffle winners, click here.

Before the Festival

We will be putting on a series of Fund Raiser events for you to attend.  Click on the events below (if any are shown) for more details of each one.

Monday 30th October 2017 Fun Quiz - Cross Keys Rugby Club 8:00 pm

 

Music ...Dancers...Ceilidhs

2018 guests will be announced early next year

Watch this space!

   
   

During the Festival, tickets will be available on the door at the event, or from the Festival Office.

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Free dance displays from local and international dance teams.  To be announced later.

International teams:

 

as well as Festival regulars and UK teams - they will go blue when confirmed for next year!

Al Rakas (Bollywood)

Brandywine (Appalachian)

Band Tawerin

Broadside (singers)

Cardiff Morris

Caerphilly Schools Uke Band

City Clickers

Clocs Canton

Clocs Tawerin

Cobblers Awl

Cwmni Gwerin Pontypwl

Dawnswyr Blaenafon

Dawnswyr Gwerin Pen-y-fai

Flamenco Dancers

Gwerinwyr Gwent

India Dance Wales

Isca Morris

Jawahir (Middle Eastern Dance)

Kemysk

O'Donnell - Maguire Irish Dancers

Shoostring (Appalachian)

Strictly Clog

Sweyn's Ey Morris

Tiger Feet (Appalachian)

Topaz Tribal (Belly Dancers)

Children's Entertainer

Mr Big, who is a welcome visitor to many local schools, will be entertaining children in his canopy near the main marquee from 1pm - 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. All children are invited.

Ceilidhs

Friday night -

Saturday night -

Music Sessions and Workshops

REAL ALE BAR available all weekend

For more information, use the links below or in the side menu:

Tickets

Artist Information Dance Teams Events timetable Fund Raisers Real Ale

 

 

A thank-you from the Chairman

Sue Oates (festival chairman) extends a big Thank-you to everyone (dancers, musicians, performers) who took part in the 2017 festival.  She is unable to do this individually this year because of computer problems, which she hopes to resolve soon.

THANK YOU, EVERYONE! 

A big thank you to everyone who took the time to complete one of our questionnaires.

Thank you for your many positive comments, also the few complaints/suggestions....we have made a note of them and will action any that are in our power to do so.

To answer the main complaints....a warning about car parking charges will in future appear on the website. Unfortunately, charges are decided by the National Trust, and parking is not under the festival's control, although we will search for possible alternatives.

Craft stalls are booked by the National Trust, and they also only allow the festival two on-site food outlets, but we will review what food is supplied for 2018.

Please keep supporting and spreading the word about our wonderful festival.

THFF Committee

 

 Visit this grand and beautiful 17th-century mansion, whose rooms and walls reverberate with fascinating stories about the Morgan family, later Lords Tredegar.  One member of the Morgan family was Captain Henry Morgan, a Welsh privateer who preyed on the Spanish fleet and colonies. He was feted by King Charles II and then went on to become Governor in Jamaica. A well-known rum is named after him.

 TREDEGAR HOUSE FESTIVAL
Honorary President: Mr Paul Flynn, MP
Honorary Vice-President: Mr Marcus Butler
Honorary Vice-President: Mr Stephen Lyons

SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS 2017

 

 

 

 

Piebaldzēni supported by Latvian Honorary Consul

Mae Cymdeithas Genedlaethol Dawns Werin Cymru yn cefnogi y dawnsio Cymreig yn yr ŵyl.

The Welsh National Folk Dance Society is supporting the Welsh folk dancing in this festival.

For further details, contact: Sue Oates, susieoates135@hotmail.com, 01633 246241

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