Sculpture Space - Gofod Cerfluniau

Rhodri’s hand-crafted furniture pieces are juxtaposed with pieces transformed by groups across Wales, supported by artists Manon Awst, Rebecca F. Hardy, Christine Mills, Llŷr Alun Jones, Bill Swann, Lisa-marie Tann, Catrin Williams, Pip Woolf and Kirstin Claxton. Marked, coloured, gouged or disjointed – these pieces express how life experiences leave their mark on us all.

Cyferbynnir dodrefn crefft-llaw Rhodri gyda darnau wedi eu gweddnewid gan grwpiau ar draws Cymru, gyda chefnogaeth yr artistiaid Manon Awst, Rebecca F. Hardy, Christine Mills, Bill Swann, Lisa-marie Tann, Catrin Williams, Pip Woolf, Llŷr Alun Jones a Kirstin Claxton. Wedi eu marcio, lliwio, tyllu, neu’u datgymalu – mynega’r darnau sut mae profiadau bywyd yn gadael eu hôl arnom i gyd.

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The line-up for the 2018 Machynlleth Festival has been revealed. The programme is packed with chamber and vocal music, from solo piano to a male voice choir.

The first three days of the Festival are devoted to Welsh music and curated by Dennis Jones. This year we have National Eisteddfod winning singers: tenors Elgan Llyr Thomas and Robin Lyn and soprano Rhian Lois, with Eirian Owen, piano, and the Welsh male-voice choir Cantorion Gogledd Cymru sing with opera star, Gwyn Hughes Jones, again with Eirian Owen, piano.

2018 is the centenary of Welsh composer, Dilys-Elwyn Edwards, which we mark in a concert sung by the with Welsh soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, who recently sang at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Other highlights include the legendary percussionist Evelyn Glennie and HLK Trio, cellist Frans Helmerson, pianist Plamena Mangova, the Marmen String Quartet, pianist Aleksandar Madžar and the mezzo-soprano Christine Rice performing with our artistic director, Julius Drake.

Reserved seat Season Tickets are available for £195 (£165 for Friends of the Tabernacle, see below). 

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The Friends of the Tabernacle exists to support the Machynlleth Tabernacle Trust which runs MOMA Machynlleth, The Tabernacle and all its events. The role of the Friends is to raise funds and help in practical ways. All the work of the Friends is voluntary.

By joining The Friends you can contribute to maintaining the Tabernacle as an outstanding centre of the arts, whether you are local or a visitor. Friends receive regular newsletters on forthcoming exhibitions, talks,  and concerts.  Friends of all categories have a reduction on Festival season tickets, and invitations to social gatherings. 

Single membership               £18 per year
Joint/family membership      £30 per year
Out of Town membership     £10 per year
Special Friends                      £5 per year
(pensioners, students, unwaged, juniors)


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