• 1
  • test
  • 5
  • 3
  • 7
  • 8
  • IMG_4934
  • test
  • test

Welcome to our new Festival website!

This is a work in progress – it will take time, but it will be worthwhile.

Our intention is to improve your access to information on Festival events and keep you in touch with what is happening and how to book tickets. Also, you can share your views with us so we are in touch.

Watch this space!

Now in its 14th year the Festival celebrates the arts, and entertains the community (and visitors from wherever) in the special place that is Caerleon. Drama, literature, poetry, comedy, music, dance, arts, crafts, sculpture and so much more in a special place steeped in history, mystery and legend – Roman fortress, medieval castle, King Arthur’s Camelot?

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

ELINOR BENNETT harpist

bennett-harp

Starting in the Baroque period with the Concerto for harp by Handel, ELINOR BENNETT will play some of the most popular music of the harp repertoire from the classical and romantic periods, as well as more recent works from the 20th century. She will introduce the music in her warm, inimitable style sharing her passion for the harp and its music.

Read More

RICHARD DIGANCE

25403279323_fa2ce35569_b

Richard is a BAFTA Nominated entertainer and a Gold Award recipient from The British Academy of Composers and Songwriters. He is also listed in the Virgin Anthology of Music as an influential writer of comedic songs. Not many guitarists have played a duet with Queen's Brian May, worked with Steve Martin, played an acoustic set with Status Quo or performed at The London Palladium with the late Robin Williams, Richard has 3 million YouTube hits, 27 albums and a Golden Anniversary Tour, 50 years of songs and stories, coming in 2017

Read More

The Treorchy Male Choir and Soloist

hqdefault

For 130 years the Treorchy Male Choir has been recognised as one of the greatest choral ensembles of all time. Early competition victories were followed by regular radio and television broadcasts, feature films and an unequalled number of commercial recordings. The Choir has given several Royal Command Performances, appeared alongside very many international entertainers and undertaken an enviable number of tours abroad.

Read More

CHRISTMAS MARKET

13391472_1095744290514689_8922339095925243371_o-2

Lorraine & Henry will be there so keep an eye open for further details!

Read More

View all events

Latest News

ORGAN RECITAL

Colin

Music 4 All Organ Recital   St. Cadoc’s Parish Church, Caerleon  Friday 16 September 7.30 pm with Prof. Dr. Colin Parsons MBE Tickets £10 including refreshments. A special benefit concert with ALL PROCEEDS in aid of the church lighting renewal fund    

Read More

CAERLEON FESTIVAL AUTUMN SEASON

maxresdefault

      CAERLEON FESTIVAL AUTUMN SEASON There is no need to wait until next Summer – the Festival has an Autumn programme for you. On Friday 23rd September JOHN WATTERSON will be appearing at Llanhenock Village Hall performing the works of Jake Thackeray, Stilgoe and other wordsmiths.  You may have seen him in his persona […]

Read More

Wild Flowers in the Festival Meadow

Borage

The Gateway Project – A Meadow in the Making. Work continues to transform the Hanbury Field into a wild flower meadow.  It is a long term project, but progress is being made.  Earlier this year a boundary hedge was planted by local children and volunteers to separate the field from the derelict garage site.  In […]

Read More

East Pointers @ the Bell Inn with Morfa

the-east-pointers-lst165957

Last night a good crowd gathered at the Bell Inn and, as one, thought just how lucky can one village in Wales be? They were in awe of Morfa, the young and vibrant band with driving fiddles and clog dancing champions. The visiting band East Pointers, from Prince Edward island, Canada watched enthralled, and suitably […]

Read More

14th Caerleon Festival by Tim Davidson Chair

Caerleon Festival 2016 poster 2

During the months of June and July in pursuit of our theme, “That’s Entertainment”, there have been over twenty events including two Shakespeare dramas, fifty bands/musicians, three choirs, three poets, six authors, dancers, art, sculpture, crafts, exhibitions, the “All Wales Comic Verse Competition”, the “Schools’ Art and Poetry Awards”, and a “Farmers’ Market” (pause for […]

Read More

View all news

Close