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Special Events at Nant Gwrtheyrn

Nant Gwrtheyrn has something for everyone in 2017:



Nant Gwrtheyrn Christmas Fair

18/11/2017 10:00 – 16:00


Join us for a fun packed day of festivities…

Various stalls selling local produce, products and gifts

A chance for the kids to meet Santa

Delicious festive food at Caffi Meinir

Mulled Wine

Festive entertainment and activities




31/12/2017 7:30pm

New Year’s Eve at Nant



Join us to celebrate and welcome in 2018!

Entertainment by Llareggub Brass Band and others…



Llareggub


Owing to the age-old tradition of brass bands from the slate mining villages of North Wales’, Llareggub Brass Band ascend from the ashes of the past and bring with them an immense dose of heavy brass! Their music invokes the sumptuous flavours of New Orleans marching bands, together with Bronx-inspired Hip Hop and Welsh language pop music! Formed in 2015, the band has already released two albums and a 4-track EP and are quickly making their mark as Wales’ best live (brass) act. Having supported the Super Furry Animals and played in festivals across Britain Llareggub Brass Band are going from strength to strength, proving to be one of the best live acts to come out of Wales.

Patrobas are Wil Chidley, Iestyn Tyne, Carwyn Williams and Gruffydd Davies, and all four are natives to the Llyn Peninsula, North Wales. The band was formed three years ago, and following the release of their first EP, Dwyn y Dail in 2015, the group have gone from strength to strength.

While continuing to perform regularly over the year 2016, each member independently matured in their own way. This could be by listening to different styles of music, picking up a different instrument or by drawing inspiration from the events of the year. As the summer drew to a close, Castell Aber became a part of the set, and following a visit to Stiwdio Drwm, Llanllyfni; the song was released as a demo online. Its popularity was the spurred the starting of the next project.

Spending time at Y Llofft, Fic Llithfaen was essential to the writing process, as the band had a location that gave a relaxed yet creative and productive atmosphere. The result of the time spent here was 10 new songs, which would feature on the new album Lle awn ni nesa?. The band stuck to what they knew, by choosing Aled Hughes (producer of Dwyn y Dail ) as the producer for the new album. The first few bars of the opening track, Creithiau, (Scars), show a change in the band’s approach not just to writing and recording, but to the dynamics too. All these developments are very exciting for the band as they look forward to performing the new material up and down the country in the near future.

Entertainment and dinner ticket £60 per person

Entertainment, dinner, bed and breakfast ticket £115 per person



Get in touch for more information - 01758 750 334



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