Bydd fersiwn Cymraeg o'r adolygiad yma'n dilyn yn
As Festival No. 6 drew to a close yesterday after 3 days of
creative and inspiring performances and displays the overwhelming
consensus was that it had been a resounding success.
Close to 7,000 people attended the festival over the three days,
including 300 children for whom areas of the Gwyllt woodlands and
the estuary fields had been transformed into magical gardens and
fire lit forests. The atmosphere was one of harmony and good
community - there was no damage, no theft, no violence, the
atmosphere was pervaded by a collective spirit of goodwill.
Portmeirion sparkled in the glow of torch lit processions as the
Brythoniaid male voice choir sang New Order's 'Blue Monday' from
the Bristol Colonnade. This meticulously crafted and finely
detailed celebration of words and music fitted perfectly into its
quirky setting, bringing the village alive in a way that would have
delighted Clough Williams-Ellis. It has been a pleasure to work
with so many creative people whose talent and professionalism
behind the scenes ensured that Festival No 6 exceeded all
Portmeirion wish to thank all who attended Festival Number 6
for their care and respect for the fabric of the village, its
gardens and its meadows. The festval captured the spirit of
Clough's maxim 'Cherish the past, adorn the present, construct
for the future' and above all it introduced Portmeirion to a new
circle of friends.
Be seeing you.
Beaumont's review of Festival Number 6 here (The Guardian, Monday
Perrone's review of Festival Number 6 here (The Independent, Monday
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