What's On

Listings of coming events in and around Llangadog, Capel Gwynfe and Bethlehem

Every care is taken in compiling this list of What's On and all details given below are believed to be correct, but dates, times, etc can change. Details can be checked by ringing the numbers given.

Details of events in and around Llangadog can also be found in our hard copy printout of "What's On" available each month from Llangadog Post Office.


Events at Bethlehem Hall


If anyone has any ideas that they would like to put forward for events in the hall, please contact Nia (niaclement@aol.com) or Sue (sue@deeproot.co.uk)

The pop-up cafe which Nia and I have been running for the last couple of Sundays will be opening again next Sunday 28th at a slightly different time. We will be there from 12 noon - 3pm. We have had really positive feedback from all the customers we have had so far and we think that, combined with the book swap which seems very popular, this is something we could do on a weekly basis certainly through the summer and early autumn months. But, we do need more people to hear about it so please do spread the word and, if we do decide to continue, we will need volunteers to help. We have had a couple of people offer already which is great but more will be needed to man the cafe, make sandwiches/wraps and bake cakes etc if we continue the project long term. So, get in touch if you are interested.

A reminder that the Plant Swap/Sale will be taking place on Saturday 17th June starting at 2pm. Cafe will be open from 12 noon -2pm serving light lunches and then during the afternoon for tea and cakes. Jess from Little Barn Nursery will be coming along with a selection of her lovely plants and we are hoping for some other stalls selling plants and plant related paraphernalia. Of course, there is the plant swap itself so bring along any plants you have an excess of and swap them for something else to add to your gardens.

Friday 23rd June is the Midsummer Madness quiz. One or two tickets left for this so get in touch if want to come along. It is certain to be a fun evening with good food and good quizzing!

Sue and Nia


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Upcoming Events at Gwynfe Hall

Porthcawl-based Heather is a professional soprano of over twenty years' experience with a delightful voice and a varied repertoire of contemporary songs, including some from musical theatre.  Come along to Gwynfe Village Hall for a wonderful evening of music.  Doors open 6:30 pm for a prompt 7 pm start.   Food available at 8 pm and bar available all evening.   Tickets £6 (£5 concessions) on the door, which may be reserved in advance at gwynfe_community_hall@yahoo.co.uk or by calling John Siop Capel on 01550-740462.  

Continuing the musical theme, this award-winning show features Apphia Campbell in a solo performance.  Apphia, who toured with her show in the USA and China, now comes to Gwynfe Village Hall!   Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, Black Is The Color Of My Voice follows a successful jazz singer and civil rights activist seeking redemption after the untimely death of her father. She reflects on the journey that took her from a young piano prodigy destined for a life in the service of the church, to a renowned jazz vocalist at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement.  Apphia's cabaret show pays tribute to Nina Simone's phenomenal career and follows in the second half.  This event is sponsored by The Arts Council of Wales.  Doors open at 6:30 for a 7 pm start.  Food available in the interval and bar available all evening. Tickets £6 (£5 concessions) from John Siop Capel on 01550-740462, Betty 3 Maes Y Wern 01550-740240 or at gwynfe_community_hall@yahoo.co.uk

Saturday, 17th June   QUIZ
Time to exercise the grey cells again with the next Gwynfe Quiz - the usual light-hearted journey through General Knowledge, a couple of audio rounds and some questions in categories.  Make a note in your diaries!  More details to follow.