Fun, food and quiz.
Adults £5, children £2.50
Tickets from Karen Duggan or Lynda Owen or leave a message on Facebook.
Ras Y Mynydd CANCELLATION: With regret, due to an unforeseen change in personal commitments this year, we won’t be able to hold the Ras Y Mynydd. Many thanks as always for your continued support. We hope to see you again in 2017.
After years of performing at some of the country’s most prestigious venues, T.V. and film appearances, touring across continents, and collaborating with different musicians from countless genres, members of Mugenkyo now return to the roots of Taiko drumming with a lively and entertaining concert, performing an array of traditional Taiko whilst revealing the history, culture and background in a dramatic but intimate show.
“The Way of the Drum” introduces the traditions of taiko in an accessible and entertaining concert. Taiko drumming has a long history in Japan from its roots within religious festivals, used to call the attention to the gods at Shinto ceremonies, to folk song, folk dance, and traditional theatre. These fascinating traditions are revealed to the audience in an accessible and entertaining concert, engaging the audience with dialogue and participation, in between the hard-hitting and powerful traditional taiko pieces.
The traditions of taiko are extremely varied, with each area of Japan developing their own unique style of playing. These different styles are introduced within the concert, with the stories behind them, as well as revealing the methods of construction of these beautiful hand-crafted instruments.
Tickets £15/10 concession
more information and booking from taiko.co.uk or tel 01357 522008
There will also be hands-on workshops at the Hall in the afternoon (for which payment will be taken on the door). A unique opportunity to try out taiko drumming!
1 – 2pm – children & families – £5
2:30 – 4:30pm – adults – £10
Disgo Calan Gaeaf
Neuadd Goffa Mynydd Llandegai
Nos Sadwrn Hydref 31
17:00-18.00 plant dan 5
18.00-19.00 plan dan 11
Bob plentyn i’w gorychwylio gan oedolyn.
Mynydd Llandegai Memorial Hall
Saturday 31st October
17:00 – 18:00 kids under 5
18.00 – 19.00 kids under 11.
All kids to be supervised by an adult.
Twmpathology are back for another Ceilidh on the 10th October. If you’ve never been to one of these before they are great fun for all ages and abilities, the band are fantastic and Martin the caller is very patient!
Tickets £5 adults, £4 under 16’s, if you wish to reserve tickets beforehand call Alice on 07919585930 or Jan on 07808071465.
Please be aware there will be no refreshments on sale so bring your own drinks and snacks.
There will be a raffle with proceeds going to one of the charities collecting for the Syrian refugee crisis, any raffle prizes you might wish to donate would be gratefully received.
If you missed out on the afternoon tea on the 19th, or you fancy some more tea and cake come along to indulge and help raise money for a worthy cause.
Another chance to spend a relaxing couple of hours sipping tea and nibbling lovely sandwiches and cakes whilst browsing the books for sale.
only £5 for adults and £2.50 for kids.