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Sunday 29th March
Open all day
Visual artist and photographer Kate Mercer presents a digital gallery of her work, with an exclusive deal for the Digithon.
The poet reads a selection of verse from throughout her career.
The latest short animation from our partners, this one by Tim Hawkins.
David reads from his latest novel, A Simple Scale (Seren)
An exclusive gig for Digithon
Phyl Harries performs an excerpt from the musical about the life of Tom Jones
Cynan reads from his short story, The Unbendy Giant.
Five Films for Freedom: Something in the Closet
Fourth of 5 films from BFI Flare, the British Council and the LGBTQ Film Festival
Gary reads from his latest novel, The Golden Orphans (Parthian)
Exclusive set from the experimental musician, with spoken word by poet Poppy Jennings.
Our festival partners present the new short from Casey Raymond
The legend that is Max Boyce reads a special rendition of “An Incredible Plan”.
A collection of poems from some of Wales’s leading voices.
No Fit State
An exclusive new video from Wales’s leading circus company
Last of 5 films from BFI Flare, the British Council and the LGBTQ Film Festival
Collaborative gig from Cardiff rock band at the 4pi dome of Cultvr Lab.
Saturday 28th March
The BBC presenter and children’s author reads from her book, The Sea House.
Animated short developed from the poetry workshops of Mike Church
A short film spotlighting the work of Wales’s first Children’s Laureate.
Jennifer reads from her latest “horror story for kids”, Crater Lake (recently Sunday Times children’s book of the week)
The award-winning poet and novelist reads a poem about seclusion from the warmth of indoors.
The dancers perform in an exclusive new video, Dancing Together Whilst Apart.
Cardiff Animation Festival presents this new short from Robert Brown.
Part One of Sarah Featherstone and John Rea’s observational audio journal.
Christina reads from her latest poetry collection, How To Carry Fire.
Second of 5 films from BFI Flare, the British Council and the LGBTQ Film Festival
The National Poet of Wales reads his poem of remembrance.
The artist performs Return etc. a process-based installation.
Two sibling hummingbirds have to build different inventions in order to solve their “big” problem: to take flight with other birds.
Sarah reads from her most recent novel, The Paying Guests.
A special gig with songs from her debut album.
Step into the creature’s den and find your own Fabulous Animal, in this new dance film.
Third of 5 films from BFI Flare, the British Council and the LGBTQ Film Festival
A special set from the brilliant singer-songwriter.
A full set of searching experimental music recorded in Aberystwyth.
Tristan reads a story from his upcoming collection, Shattercone.
Friday 27th March
Owen reads from his NHS poem for BBC TV, To Provide All People.
Eleri sings from her debut album, Earthbound
The feature length recording of NDCWales’ acclaimed 2017 show.
BAFTA Cymru nominated short animation directed by Lauren Orme and starring Eve Myles and Adam Buxton.
Nick Wilkes short about an out of work actor’s unusual encounter, filmed in Wales.
Newport electronic outfit launch their new single and video, “Let Jenny Sleep”.
Essayist and editor Darren Chetty reads his popular essay on growing up listening to Max Boyce.
The 2019 Wales Book of the Year-winning poet reads her work.
Efa Blosse Mason’s animation for Georgia Ruth’s song “Madryn”
Songs from the hit musical sung by the cast and Grammy Award-winning Amy Wadge
Georgia performs songs from her new album, “Mai”.
First of 5 films from BFI Flare, the British Council and the LGBTQ Film Festival
A filmed production of WMC’s 2017 hit production of Manfred Karge’s brilliant play.
Late night set of soundscapes from North Wales conceptual artist.
Richard reads from his upcoming debut novel, Hello Friend We Missed You