Ceri Rhys Matthews: Rambles through tunes

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Discount tickets for Welsh learners.

Join Ceri Rhys Matthews, folk musician, artist and founding member of Welsh group ‘Fernhill’ for a ramble through welsh folk tunes, reminiscence and songs. In his solo show he creates a patchwork of song, flute, poetry, bagpipe, social history and memory.

This is a bilingual performance which flows between Welsh and English and the language of music. Expect instrumental music, Welsh songs and informal storytelling in the gallery space alongside our current exhibition.

Refreshments available


Cost: £8
£5 for Welsh Learners
Other concessions available
Booking Essential – call 01267 222775

Part of ‘Welsh Week’ in Carmarthen Town.

Lost Conquistadors Book Club

Thursday 9 March 2017, 6 – 7.30pm 

Alongside John Abell’s exhibition Lost Conquistadors and Other Works we’ll be reading Louis De Berniéres The War of Don Emmanuel’s Nether Parts which is the first published novel by the author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.

Feel the sweltering heat and passion of an un-specified Latin American country. The book combines serious political concerns, echoing the torment and turbulence of 20th century South and Central America, with the absurd, outrageous and symbolic drawing on the ‘magical realism’ of Gabriel García Márquez.

“A fat juicy tropical fruit of a narrative – There is astonishing landscape. There are numerous Jokes. And, indispensably in such a novel, there is magic”  Independent on Sunday

Come along for a friendly discussion led by Kirsten Hinks Knight.

Free entry, tea and cake provided.

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