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28 May - 02 Jun `18
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Festival of Voice 2018

Taking place at venues all over Cardiff in June 2018, this new international festival features local, national and global artists in 11 days and nights of inspiring performances, new commissions and UK exclusives.

National Eisteddfod of Wales

Are you ready for the very best in Welsh music, literature, dance, drama and much more? Join us for a week-long celebration of all things Welsh across Cardiff Bay as the National Eisteddfod comes to town.

About the Centre

Wales Millennium Centre is Wales’ national home for the performing arts in Cardiff Bay. One of the UK’s top cultural attractions and home to eight resident partners, this Welsh landmark stages musicals, opera, ballet, circus and contemporary dance alongside the UK’s largest programme of free performances.

LUMP Laura Marling + Mike Lindsay

LUMP acknowledges the mundane absurdness of individualism and how it provokes us to try and escape our own meaninglessness.

 Utopia Curated by Charlotte Church

Curated by Charlotte Church, Utopia brings together a contrasting line-up of voices from world music, cabaret, electronica, synth-pop and folk, all snuggled together as comfortable bedfellows.

Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff)

A one-woman-science-comedy-music-show.

Billy Bragg

Billy Bragg

+ Nadine Shah

07 Jun 18

Billy Bragg has been a fearless recording artist, tireless live performer and peerless political campaigner for over 30 years.

Elvis Costello & The Imposters

Best known for the songs, Alison, Pump It Up, Everyday I Write The Book, and his rendition of the Nick Lowe song, (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace Love and Understanding, his record catalogue of more than thirty albums includes contrasting pop and rock & roll albums.

 Angélique Kidjo's Remain In Light

Angélique Kidjo's latest project; her reinterpretation of the classic Talking Heads album 'Remain In Light' - showcases incredible new arrangements of the iconic songs.

Ibibio Sound Machine

Fronted by London-born Nigerian singer Eno Williams, Ibibio Sound Machine is a clash of African and electronic elements inspired in equal measure by the golden era of West African funk, disco, modern post-punk, and electro.