The March 2023 edition of our newsletter has been issued. This includes information on our fundraising events, dates for your diary and updates on our building works!
This year’s Crickhowell Walking Festival takes place between 4-12 March in the magical surrounds of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains.
Always at the heart of the community, the Clarence Hall is set for a busy Spring! We’re delighted to be hosting a wide range of events that will showcase talent, both local and national.
On Friday, 28 April, the 27th Crickhowell Music Festival opens at The Clarence Hall with a Welsh Folk Night featuring two much applauded musicians from the Welsh folk scene, Angharad Jenkins and Patrick Rimes, founding members of the celebrated group “Calan”.
To commemorate The Coronation of The King and The Queen Consort, a Celebration Cream Tea will be held at the Clarence Hall, Crickhowell at 2.30pm-4.00pm on Monday, 8 May.
We are thrilled to announce that AAODS are coming to the Clarence Hall on 19-22 April with their senior production of ‘Little Shop of Horrors’.
On 3 & 4 February, the Black Mountains Comedy Festival returned to the Clarence Hall, after a Covid-imposed absence of two years, bringing light, laughter and warmth to Crickhowell! Similarly to the first festival, evening audiences had the opportunity to enjoy performances by comedians seen regularly on our TV screens, alongside new talent.
Bingo returns to the Clarence Hall on Thursday, 27 April, with Caller Mike Davies taking to the stage to raise funds for the Clarence Hall’s refurbishment.
As part of the Crickhowell Open Studios event over the Spring Bank Holiday Weekend, the Clarence Hall is, once again, hosting Torfaen Arts, a diverse group of both amateur and professional artists living within Torfaen.
Our fundraising efforts got off to a good start in 2023 thanks to the continuing generosity of the Crickhowell community.