Ble mae Heddwch? Where is Peace? Llangollen Eisteddfod Online 2021 schools project collecting children’s voices, drawings and ideas on inner peace through postcards and film.
In July 1987 ITV’s Anneka Rice and the Treasure Hunt team dropped into the Eisteddfod to find a hidden clue!
“Blessed is a world that sings. Gentle are its songs” Peace and harmony in the early days of the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. A talk by Professor Chris Adams (Eisteddfod Vice-Chair)
The best broadcast history, made by Rondo with help from the Eisteddfod
“I sincerely applaud this place for this international festival where people from across the world gather together and discover that through the language of music there is a universal language of harmony” Dr. Terry Waite
“The World Still Sings” is a documentary film of the 1964 International Eisteddfod, directed by Oscar-winning director Jack Howells. More…..
1953 was a truly memorable year for the Eisteddfod, captured by Pathé News.
The eight minutes and twenty seconds of this film are a unique audiovisual record of the first festival in 1947. You’ll see and hear the winning choirs. You’ll share the excitement with the audience packed into the marquee, made from war surplus canvas with 6000 seats borrowed from schoolrooms, chapels and elsewhere round the area…