O Lwyd i Liw - 21 November 2018
An unique event to mark the end of the First World War and the hope for peace will be performed at Capel Moreia, Trawsfynydd this Sunday.
Combining memories, poetry, folk songs and the history of two young men from the Trawsfynydd area who returned from war, this performance will awaken and stir the senses. Among the performers will be Lleuwen Steffan, Gwilym Bowen Rhys, the actor Emlyn Gomer, Ysgol Bro Hedd Wyn, Côr Meibion Prysor, Côr Lliaws Cain and Côr Eisteddfod Môn and a crew of young people from Trawsfynydd.
Sian Griffiths, Yr Ysgwrn’s Project Manager said;
“This performance will mark the end of a very popular series of events arranged by Yr Ysgwrn over the Autumn to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. It will be a chance to reflect on all the lives and talent lost, and the scars left behind on communities and families the length and breadth of Wales. We are very grateful to Siwan Llynor and Mari Pritchard for organising this unique performance.”
This will be a performance through the medium of Welsh. Entry will be free of charge and the performance will start at 6.30 p.m. on Sunday the 25th of November at Capel Moreia, Trawsfynydd. A warm welcome for all.
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