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Friday, July 7, 2023

Eisteddfod action continues right into Sunday

* The Loughgiel folk dancers from Northern Ireland will perform on Sunday.

Sunday's Eisteddfod programme is packed with events. 

In the Pavilion you can watch the first round of Voice of Musical Theatre from 11.45-2pm as 12 competitors take to the stage in the hope of being crowned the overall winner in our closing concert. 

From 2.15pm there's the first ever Dance Off competition and the audience choose the winners.

Groups from across the globe duke it out to be chosen as the most entertaining and inventive dancers. Audience participation is encouraged.


From 6.30pm there's Stars of Tomorrow, presented by Sian Thomas, which sees four top-class vocalists battle it out to be crowned The Voice of Musical Theatre 2023. 

Previous finalists and winners of this prestigious competition have gone on to big things, and were even seen singing alongside Alfie Boe in Tuesday's evening concert. 

For the first time, S4C will be broadcasting highlights from the competition on the same evening.


The concert’s second half features some of the Eisteddfod's finest international performers in a series of highlight performances from acts including Mother Touch Dance Zimbabwe, Shebre Ghana, Soul Oasis Trinidad & Tobago, Loughgiel Northern Ireland as well as some to be announced guest stars.


On the Eisteddfod Maes there's a wide variety of entertainment taking place from 10:30 onwards including: Lilly Boughey – Chester Male Voice Choir – The Montagues – Vocal Highs – Xplore Science Activities – Circus Skills with Jester Jack – Poet Natasha Borton – Hip & Harmony – Klaus & the If-tones – Sound Bathing Session – Lego Building – Diddi Dance - Our new Community Band Competitions (brass, silver, concert).

Also during the day former BBC Breakfast star Louise Minchin will be doing a talk and book signing.

Eisteddfod Maes / Field Tickets: 

Cost – £12 adult / £10 concessions / £5 children (age 5yrs & over, under 5s go free)

Family tickets – £25 family (2 adults & 3 children age 5yrs & over) / £15 solo family (1 adult & 3 children age 5yrs & over)
Also includes free entry to Stars of Tomorrow closing concert from 6.30-8.30pm.

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