Green Fuse

Green Fuse

06 September 2014 12:00 - 19:00

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Cwmdonkin Park, Swansea

Green Fuse

Cwmdonkin Park, Swansea - 6th September 12:00 midday to 6 pm

The Friends of Cwmdonkin Park present a day of acoustic music, poetry and the spoken word, multi-activity art workshops and family fun and family. This free event brings the legacy of Dylan Thomas to families and adults in a park that was his '…world within the world’.

Main Stage - with compere Darren Ryan

The Howl Poets

Peter Fulton/Mark Lyndon

Mark Montinaro

Trenchfoot (featuring Lorraine King)

Lost Tuesday Society

Danielle Lewis

Jemma Krysa

Andy Tamlyn Jones

Izzy Young & Maria Lindstrom (plus performances from Andy Jones, Danielle Lewis, Jemma Krysa, Lisa Glover, Mark Montinaro & Lorraine King)

Dunvant Male Voice Choir

Art Tent

Art Workshop - Ann Jordan & Elysium Gallery

Locws

Walkabout & Circle

Flossy & Boo Curiosity Shop 13:00-17:00 (Walkabout Show)





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". 

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Lost Tuesday Society

    The Lost Tuesday Society are a 5 piece band who have collectively come from a variety of differing musical backgrounds and therefore bring with them a

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