07 September 2016
Revamped LLAWN Festival brings celebration of creativity to Llandudno
The annual weekend-long LLAWN (meaning 'full' in Welsh) Festival pays its fourth visit to Llandudno this September, with a new creative team and free arts experiences for all.
Spread across a variety of locations in the town from 23-25 September, the festival will explore the town’s history in a fun and creative and way. This year's theme is extra playful: Hide / Seek. Audiences from near and far can enjoy a busy and interactive mix of outdoor performances, street games, visual arts, dance, music, sound art, films and installations, all provided by arts organisations and artists across North Wales and beyond.
Performer at LLAWN Festival
by Paul Sampson
LLAWN will be led by John Rostron, co-founder of Sŵn Festival, and Lisa Heledd Jones, creative producer and digital storyteller, who have a team behind them to help them make this a part of Wales' Year of Adventure. Their creative partners include the culture spaces MOSTYN and Venue Cymru, Migrations (who focus on international contemporary performance) and arts charity The Royal Cambrian Academy.
Performers at LLAWN Festival by Paul Sampson
With acts and activities being announced right up until the start of the festival, and plenty of surprises along the way, the road to LLAWN is going to be an exciting reveal of free events that will animate the special spaces in the town and fill them with colour and creativity.
LLAWN Festival runs over the weekend of 23 – 25 September at a variety of locations across Llandudno. For further information and details of the full programme please visit the LLAWN Festival website.