A Child's Mystical Christmas in the Park

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Come along to A Child’s Mystical Christmas in Cwmdonkin Park, a great free family day out.

The event is one of our three major set piece events in the year and there will be a marquee with local and national musicians, poets and storytellers performing new and traditional pieces of work. It runs from 12.00 to 4.00 pm. For families, the event will feature characters from the Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson. Swansea Little Theatre actors will be dressed as characters from the story. We want families to walk with them to discover where she lives. Let's hope all your goodness together can melt her icy heart.

There will also be local produce and craft stalls providing food, and ideas for presents and the home.

A Wish Tree and a Wishing Well will be there for everyone to make a wish. 

Swansea Bay Festival are carrying some more information about the event - see this link

Green Fuse Performers

  • 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

  • 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

  • Danielle Lewis

    Danielle Lewis is a 21 year old acoustic folk/pop singer songwriter from New Quay, West Wales and published with Charlotte Church’s Publishing House a

  • 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

  • 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

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