In 2021, the festival is going on tour to two beautiful venues.
Nestled in the leafy Cardiff suburb of Llandaff, Insole Court is a Grade II* listed mansion house with a rich history.
Saved by the community, the 160-year-old house and outbuildings have undergone extensive refurbishments with many parts now open to visitors.
Getting to Insole Court
On Foot and by bicycle – Pedestrian access is available from the North Gate on Fairwater Road (main entrance). The main cycle routes are from Cardiff Bay via the Ely Trail, or from Cardiff city centre via the Taff Trail. Bike parking is near the Dairy (car park) or in front of the mansion.
By car – Insole Court is signposted from Llandaff Village. There is car parking on site available on a first come, first served basis, including 3 designated disabled parking bays
By bus or train – If you are travelling by bus check the Traveline Cymru website or call their helpline on 0300 200 22 33 for up to date timetables. The nearest train station is Fairwater, and Insole Court is 500m from the Fairwater road exit. Services are operated by Transport for Wales.
A place shaped by the local community, Tredegar House and its surrounding gardens and parkland stand proudly at the heart of Newport’s heritage, and is now managed by the National Trust.
Tredegar House is one of the architectural wonders of Wales and one of the most significant late 17th-century houses in the whole of the British Isles. For more than 500 years the house was home to one of the greatest welsh families, the Morgans, later Lords Tredegar.
Performances will take place in the Stable Courtyard.
Getting to Tredegar House
On foot and by bicycle – The National Cycle Network Route 4 (NCN4) passes the entrance. There is good pedestrian access from Newport, and from the Duffryn estate.
By car – Tredegar House is signposted from both the A48 and the M4. When driving along the M4, exit at junction 28. Please note that due to recent upgrades to J28 that Tredegar House is not signposted on the roundabout itself – follow directions and lanes for A48 East. We recommend checking a map of SatNav before heading off, or using the street address ‘Pencarn Way’.
Park in the main Tredegar House car park, which is pay and display (PayByPhone options available as the machines accept cash only). Parking is free for National Trust members – please scan your membership cards on the machine.
By bus – Local bus routes 30 and 36 stop within a 5-minute walk of Tredegar House. Check the Traveline Cymru website for latest routes and timetables.