Wednesday 9th November
Nigel Whitbread’s ‘Dragon Warriors’ – a photo exhibition surrounding the Cardiff Homeless World Cup – alongside an exhibition of Swansea City & Wales vintage football shirts. This will include six extra-special Wales shirts on loan from the National Football Museum for Wales – Wrexham, all of which have been worn by Welsh football legends.
Saturday 12th November
A day of events to tie in with the Wal Goch Festival for Football Lovers.
With activities for children – including a ‘design your own kit’ station – film screenings, talks and an evening of entertainment there is something for everyone. We also have exhibitions of vintage Wales & Swansea City football shirts, and photos of the 2019 Homeless World Cup in Cardiff.
Itinerary of events:
11am – Doors open – activities for children available all day.
3pm – Photographer Nigel Whitbread talks about his photo exhibition surrounding the 2019 Homeless World Cup in Cardiff.
5pm – Tosh film screening followed by Q&A with director Pete Jones
7pm – Don’t Take Me Home film screening followed by live-streamed Q&A with Jonny Owen from the Wrexham festival site
9pm – Live music from Dylan Cai, Jackson Lucitt & Swan Hill