Tonight (8 August), the ‘Carnifal y Môr’ show will be shown an hour earlier at 21:30, to allow families to have a chance to see one of Eisteddfod week’s great successes.
Following the huge success of the Carnifal on Saturday evening, the film will be shown every evening until Friday. A partnership between artist Megan Broadmeadow and film maker and musician, Gruff Rhys, the film is projected on to a huge water installation on Cardiff Bay outside the Senedd building in Cardiff Bay, accompanied by Gruff Rhys’ latest song, Bae Bae Bae, composed especially for the project.
The film will be shown on a loop until 23:00.
This project has received funding via the Visit Wales Tourism Product Innovation Fund (TPIF) to celebrate the Year of the Sea.