This year the Conwy Feast will be taking place from October 27-29 over the weekend.
The Conwy Feast is returning this year with a host of flavours and dishes splashed over Conwy’s historic seafront. Expect a collection and variety of gourmet cuisines served at your convenience in fact, this is not exclusively a food event, in fact a musical extravaganza is planned. The quay will also play stage to a collection of varying musical acts, with the huge music marquee being erected and filled with a gaggle of musical acts from the North Wales area and further afield.
The Conwy Feast will surely sate your appetite with a vast variety of food stalls, classes, activities and live demonstrations.
This awesome event is also an opportunity to get involved with the Arts & Craft activities which will bring the festival to life.
A Feast of Words is a brand spanking new section of the festival, with a colourful cloud of poetry, talks, creative writing, printing, storytelling along with performance poetry. Featuring expert and linguist David Crystal, Award winning poet Patience Agbabi, and poetry mentor Glyn Edwards who will holding a fun workshop for kids at 11am.
There will be the rare opportunity to get stuck into traditional crafts, it is through these that you can discover the various states of Conwy throughout the ages. Traditional Craft workers will be on the quayside, including the likes of Stone masons, Lime Plastering, Slate roofing, Mosaic work, Leadwork, Frame baskets and metalwork. So, if you have ever considered what life would have been like for craftsmen in times gone by.
You can expect alternative kinds of art, for example Scanography, Illustration, Cyanotype, Paper cutting, drawing, literally letterpress, screen printing and tailoring.
In fact, this was done with the aim of being the most affordable music event in North Wales, as day tickets to this are £5, and full weekend tickets costing only £10.
The Conwy Feast is now a staple event in the event calendar, and is much appreciated and enjoyed by everyone in attendance, because its vast variety of events and features, there’s positively enough to satisfy everyone’s interests.
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