- the annual arts event for young people and adults with dance, drama, music and writing competitions for everyone, regardless of your language or where you live.
The Abergavenny Eisteddfod is open to any competitors, wherever they live, if they want to compete in either Welsh or English, and if they are individuals or part of a school, club or other organisation. Read more
The Abergavenny Eisteddfod is open to any competitors, wherever they live. Vocal performances may be in Welsh, English or the song's original language, for all except the Welsh Solo competition. Read more
Visitors are welcome, to support performers and applaud the talent on show! We hold the events in Welsh and English so that everyone can understand and enjoy them. Read more
Between 1834 and 1853, ten eisteddfodau were held in Abergavenny, organised by Cymreigyddion Y Fenni, the Welsh language society which still meets today. Read more about the Eisteddfod's History
The Abergavenny Eisteddfod aims to provide a safe, supportive environment for children and young people to practise their performance skills through the medium of English or Welsh. Read more