Cerddoriaeth ar ei Gorau
Music at its Best

Rhosygilwen provides a stunning venue for a variety of music,arts and cultural events in North Pembrokeshire. Concerts and performances take place in the state of the art Oak Hall, or occasionally outdoors in the grounds of the estate during summer. Over the years  these have included classical, opera, folk, jazz and World music as well as dance, poetry and literary events. Menter Rhosygilwen is a music and arts organisation devoted to enriching the cultural life of this area by booking outstanding artists and performers from Wales and all over the world.

Menter Rhosygilwen’s next events….


Andy Cutting & Fiddlebox

Friday 3rd April
A Folk Music minifest, Music Without Frontiers kicks off with Andy Cutting on his melodion and Fiddlebox playing Violin and accordion

Dave O’Higgins & Anita Wardell

Saturday 4th April
Ronnie Scott's sell out saxophonist Dave O’Higgins presents a stunning jazz set with vocalist Anita Wardell. Robin Aspland (piano), Tim Thornton, Chris Higginbottom
Emma Abate

Sweet Love Remembered

Friday 17th April
London Guildhall School of Music Sweet Love Remember’d: a celebration of Shakespeare in 20th century music, featuring Ashley Riches – baritone. Emma Abbate – piano
Leila Sansour

Open Bethlehem

Wednesday 22nd April
Film screening of Open Bethlehem, one woman's fight for her hometown. Followed by Q&A session with director Leila Sansour. Please Note the change of date from 26th March!
Ed Thomas

From House to Hinterland

Thursday 23rd April
Ed Thomas, founder member of Y Cwmni and later Fiction Factor, executive producer of Hinterland/Y Gwyll talks about the challenges of making work happen on the stage and on the screen. In

Khanna Pina

Sunday 26th April
A play reading by Glen Peters.  

Sunday Piano Recital: Clare Hammond

Sunday 3rd May
Newcomer Clare Hammond performs a Bank Holiday Sunday afternoon piano recital

PENfro Lecture: Women at War

Thursday 14th May
Author Helen Carey is best known for her bestselling World War Two novels Lavendar Road and On a Wing and a Prayer,  both published by Orion and now republished as eBooks. Her

St Petersburg Quartet

Sunday 17th May
St Petersburg Quartet play a full Russian programme. Preceded by a talk by Anne Garside on The Itinerant Painter

Jaleo Flamenco

Saturday 23rd May
Stunning Andalucian dancers, singers, guitarists and poet

Natalie Clein

Sunday 7th June
Natalie Clein plays the Bach Cello Suite
Satish Kumar

Satish Kumar and Sunjay

Sunday 28th June
A former monk and long-term peace and environment activist, Satish Kumar. Sunjay's style has that natural drift between folk and blue
Shakespeare Schools Festival

SuperTed to Shakespeare

Thursday 9th July
Chris Grace delivers a Penfro lecture on a phenomenal success story that began in Pembrokeshire

Summer Opera

Friday 10th July
In cooperation with The National Opera Studios. Trystan Griffiths, Adam Gilbert, Sioned Gwen, Celine Forrest (Representing Wales in Cardiff Singer of the World). With musical accompaniment by Ingrid Surgenor

Folktone Banda

Friday 21st August
Hungarian Folk Band

Viennese Ball

Saturday 22nd August
Dress up and waltz away

Forthcoming Guest Events