LLAWN 02 invites you to experience and enjoy the specially built replicas of the iconic, Llandudno Victorian Bathing Machine which are brought to life as beautifully customised, mobile, mini-theatres/galleries to house a series of performances and installations that connect with the town’s history.
Each bathing machine is the inspiration and the venue for a series of specially commissioned events, by local and international artists, that will pepper the prom, the seashore and the town centre. There are also be numerous parallel activities, events and happenings that will animate the whole town, created in collaboration with the festival's key partners; MOSTYN, Helfa Gelf, Royal Cambrian Academy, Llandudno Museum, Migrations, TAPE Community Music and Film, Conwy County Borough Council and Venue Cymru, to name but a few.
LLAWN02: A FULL-on Free festival to celebrate Llandudno's past, present and future.
LL AWN02 is the second manifestation of an annual arts festival for Llandudno. This exciting development is made possible by financial support from: MOSTYN, Arts Council Wales, Conwy County Borough Council, Llandudno Town Council and Mostyn Estates . LL AWN02’s Project Team work out of MOSTYN on Vaughan Street, Llandudno. The festival is managed by its steering group which comprises members of its funders and programme partners.
Friday 19th September 6.30pm: LLAWN02 (Llandudno Arts Weekend #2) Launch Event Performance and poetry in the gallery with Marc Rees, Helen Chadwick and members of Blind Veterans UK (Llandudno). Followed by a walk to Haus of Helfa in Augusta St. and an evening of celebration at the Grand Hotel on the pier, including a dance performance by Liz Aggiss.
Saturday 20th/Sunday 21st September 11.45am and 2.45pm LLAWN02 presents G-Dance: Stuck in the Mud Starting from Llandudno Railway Station, dancers from Ballet Cymru, G-Dance and the local area will stage a dance performance linking the station with MOSTYN and North Western Gardens.
Saturday 20 September 1pm Artist Talk FREE Booking essential. To mark the opening of his exhibition TÅ· Hyllat The Studio and his installation of projected animations in Haus of Helfa, both in Augusta St., James Rielly will be in conversation at MOSTYN with Emrys Williams.