Take part in events and activities at the S4C pavilion and around the field.
At the S4C Pavilion
Every Day except Saturday 11 August
Cyw Show – Popular show for young children with their favourite Cyw characters.
IMPORTANT! Cyw Show Ticketing System
If you would like to see the show before 1.00pm, tickets can be collected from the S4C stand from 9.30am. Tickets will be available from 12.15pm for those who wish to attend a show after 1.00pm.
Tickets are free of charge. They are always in high demand, so make sure you collect them early enough to avoid disappointment.
In order to enable as many children as possible to see the show, we are asking families to be considerate and avoid attending more than one performance with the same children. We also kindly ask you to try to keep the number of adults attending to a minimum.
Tickets are not required for Cyw shows around the Maes or other events at the S4C Pavilion – first come first served!
Tag Quiz – Quiz with presenters Geraint and Elin.
Dancing with Cyw and friends – Come sing and dance with your favourite Cyw characters.
2.00 – Iawn Mêt? – Quiz with comedian Tudur Owen.
6.00 – What did the Vale of Glamorgan do for us? – RTS presentation on the Vale of Glamorgan’s contribution to television inWales.
1.00pm – O LA i Landw –FfilmClub Cymru holds a Q&A session with Matthew Rhys, Marc Evans, Nia Roberts and Daniel Glyn.
2.30pm – Sgorio – Q&A session with Sgorio presenters.
10.00, 12.00, 3.00 – Storytime with Cyw
Around the Field
Cyw – Pagoda, Dance Hall, Maes Studio and Performance Stage – A chance to dance with Cyw and friends as they perform in different locations each day.
Stwnsh Show – Performance Stage – Anni, Tudur, Lois and Owain put on a show!
1.30pm – Pethe: T James Jones on Iolo Morganwg – Literary Pavilion – A lecture about Iolo Morganwg. Including clips from the programme Pethe: Y Gwir yn erbyn y Byd?: Jim ar Drywydd Iolo.
5.00 – Eisteddfod Cyw – Literary Pavilion – an Eisteddfod like no other with Cyw presenters and characters. Read more
2.00 – Cario’r Fflam – Pagoda – Speech by Ian Jones, Chief Executive S4C.
11.00 – Pethe: The literary products of the Eisteddfod – Literary Pavilion – Gwion Hallam chairs as Peredur Lynch, Siân Melangell Dafydd and Ian Rowlands discuss the winning literature in the Chair, Crown and Prose Medal competitions as well as the National Theatre of Wales’ production ‘Y Storm’ and the artwork on show in Y Lle Celf.
1.00 – S4C celebrates 30 years – Literary Pavilion – An entertaining hour celebrating 30 years of Welsh language broadcasting.