Super-sensory day in the woods
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‘Super-sensory’ a learning and creative day in the woods – outdoor workshop (shelter provided if bad weather) and family day.
FEAR’ – it’s all in the mind…
Oct 30th – Nov 1st 2014
All performances were sold out. Thanks to those who attended and to all who took part.
Some comments from the book:
‘I found the whole experience quite artistic with the moon, the lights and the wondrous encounters.’
‘Terrifying, but brilliant! Thank you for a genuinely unique experience xx.’ Please read more……
Caerdroia Review 2013
- Now that the crime has been solved, (Mid Summer Murders Caerdroia Labyrinth June 19th – 21st 2013)…
- The Box has been Boomed… Migrations presents: ‘Boom Box’ film screening more information
- The Pianos have been burned, buried, and drowned… Bangor Sound City presented: Annea Lockwoods’ – Piano Garden (official planting) more information:
- And the mud has been celebrated… International Mud Day Celebrations
- Green Woodworking and Circus Open Day
- Fairytale Picnic
Conversations Labyrinth (2012)
‘THE MOST AWESOME EXPERIENCE IN WALES!!’
Audience Comments (Conversations Labyrinth December 2012):
‘Magic as always. What a thought provoking experience. Thank you all!’ Please read more….
Eco Panto (2011)
HOSTED AT THE CAERDROIA FOREST SITE DURING EASTER 2011!
It’s Panto – but not as you know it!
Pantomime has gone green and is finding its roots in the forest. A handcrafted outdoor performance combining the fun of pantomime with re-cycled goods and materials. Interactive performance, art, music and much more. Please read more…
Fairytale Picnic (2010)
Fairies invade the Gwydyr Forest for one day on 5th August! Children aged 4 to 8 are invited to join us in the forest for a fun filled adventure – note: older children may attend if they still believe in magic! Please read more….
Ysbrydnos (Oct 2007)
Golyfa Gwydyr presents a Cynefin production:
The clocks go back, as we go forward into the impending darkness.
The summer a faint memory as we venture into the castle of turns, that leads to a door.
On the other side is the unknown and unknowable.
Do you open it? Read more…
Gwyl Gwydyr Festival (2007)
Promoting North Wales’ award winning Storytellers at the Caerdroia site in the Gwydyr Forest, Gwydyr Uchaf, and the Church, Gwydyr Chapel and Almshouses in Llanrwst.
A celebration of local stories related to the forest folk and farmers including legends of the locality – similar to Gwyl Chwedleu Dyffryn Conwy – March 2003 Read more….
Taliesin Festival – Review (2007)
Report by Liz Noonan, Golygfa Gwydyr
On site at 8:30 am to let the boys from Trefriw Village Fete bring in and set up the marquee next to the Taliesin monument on a hill overlooking Llyn Geirionydd which is said to be the birthplace of the Bard in the sixth century. Read more…
Don Quixote (July 2007)
Comments from the audience:
“Very enjoyable – fantastic evening.”
“A wonderful evening. Fabulous performance – thank you for welcoming my big dogs.” Please read more…