The Park Month by Month

A lot of the work of the Friends is concerned with the events and activities that get plenty of space elsewhere on the website. Those of us who are lucky enough to see the park every day wanted to share the moods and colours that it goes through in the hope that it encourages you to come here and see for yourself even when the sind is blowing the rain into your face.

The Park in September

Such a dry month and all that sun: am I really in Swansea?

The unusual weather has led to one of those early autumns which you usually associate with the south and east of England rather than with Wales. We have been able to watch the leaves on the trees gradually turning, the flower beds full of autumn insects and butterflies enjoying the early autumn sun. The park is looking wonderful.

Green Fuse Performers

  • Trenchfoot (featuring Lorraine King)

    Trenchfoot are defined as "an original sound of acoustic British folk music, writing and performing songs themed on the Great War". 

  • Jemma Krysa

    Jemma Krysa, an acoustic folk singer songwriter from the rural mining village Tairgwaith, near the Black Mountain in South Wales. Jemma’s unique voice

  • Flossy and Boo

    Prepare to have your minds boggled by Flossy and Boo. You wont see them on stage, but you will find them mingling with the crowd with Flossy and Boo's

  • Mark Montinaro

    "Often silly,sometimes serious, always pretentious!" (His Mum). Marks` work as a performer has taken him the West End to Covent Garden (Street Theatre

  • Izzy Young and Maria Lindström

    Izzy Young - the Folklorist and Maria Lindström will remind us of poems, songs and artists that will take us back to the 1960s when Izzy was the frien

  • Peter Fulton

    Peter Fulton was raised on early American poets and inspired by Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood to write and then perform his first verse drama entitled

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