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Here you will find all you need to know about the Arts Festival that is held in Caerleon every summer together with other events, scheduled throughout the year.

We want you to easily access information on Festival events and keep you in touch with what is happening and how to book tickets. You can share your views with us too so we are in touch.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Mari Llwyd is coming to Caerleon

A torchlit procession from the Bell Inn, over the bridge to the White Hart…and finishing with a performance and Nosen Lawen at the Hanbury Arms

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100th Anniversary of the end of World War I – November 2018

November 2018 will mark the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I. Led by Dame Rosemary Butler a number of events are being planned in partnership with St Cadoc’s Church, Caerleon Festival and other local organisations for November 2018 to commemorate this important anniversary, both nationally and locally. To make the commemoration truly […]

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Pagoda Project – Review

A discerning audience of locals and visitors from as far afield as London, Birmingham and Carmarthen came to enjoy something special in the acoustic clarity of Caerleon’s St. Cadoc’s Church.                 They were not disappointed but well rewarded. Paul Hutchinson on piano accordion and Karen Wimhurst on a clutch […]

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Christmas is coming to Caerleon

Christmas is coming to Caerleon and it’s sooner than you think!! – on Saturday 9th December from 10.00am until 5.00pm the village will celebrate with – A Farmers’ Market in the Town Hall Storytelling in the Roman Fortress Baths, Saturnalia in the National Roman Legion Museum, Carols on the Common with Santa Claus – yes, having […]

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a’Plantin’ and a’Sowin’ in the Field – update

Recently, Festival stalwarts arrived on the field and carried out some intense planting and sowing, getting the job done by midday. Around 150 plant plugs were sunk into what was quite stony soil, and £560 worth of seeds were scattered across the ground just before the rain came to soak it all in. Following on, […]

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Richard Digance – Review

Richard Digance, in concert at Llanhennock Richard Digance, once described as a “National Treasure” in view of his memorable appearances in a string of TV series, concerts and festivals over the years, paid yet another visit to see us in the cosy atmosphere of Llanhennock Village Hall – the only venue, he says, where he […]

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