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On Land’s Edge Festival 2023 set to be bigger and better than ever before

Composer Jobina Tinnemans, with Aled Meredith-Barrett (tuba) and Alex Morgan (trumpet). Photo: Heledd Wyn Hardy.

The performance world has never looked broader for the people of north Pembrokeshire as organisers of Fishguard’s’ On Land’s Edge’ festival launch their search to ensure that 2023’s event beats all others.

They are seeking members of the community to join them in their quest to create an exciting and innovative new programme for 2023.

 “We’re planning the next stage of the festival and want to involve our local community from the very earliest stage,” said a Land’s Edge spokesman.

“We want to focus, in particular but not exclusively, on the theme of journeys.  What would people like to see in On Land’s Edge – Ar Ymyl y Tir – in 2023?”

On Land’s Edge/Ar Ymyl y Tir is a festival of all the arts, including music, theatre, film, literature and the visual arts and the aim is to create a celebration of north Pembrokeshire and the people who live there.

This is the third time it has taken place since being launched in 2021.

The organisers are hoping that this year’s projects will attract a wide range of artists and performers including actors, musicians, writers, composers and anyone looking for an opportunity to perform on a bigger stage.

“If anyone has an idea which they would like to pitch to us, we’d love to hear from them, so please get in touch.”

People can do this by emailing [email protected] by March 8. 

Ideas should be set out in no more than 200 words, with no more than two links included.

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