Looking Back at 2017
The Anglesey National Eisteddfod was held in Bodedern from 4-12 August.
Cronfa Leol Môn yn torri pob record
3d newsprint artist wins Gold Medal for Fine Art
A Cardiff artist who investigates the possibilities of three dimensional drawing has won the Gold Medal for Fine Art at the Anglesey 2017 National Eisteddfod of Wales.
Drawings in the air win Gold Medal for Craft and Design
A maker who has created a ‘wire room’ containing a Welsh dresser, a bed from Slovakia, clothing and a table and chairs, has won Gold Medal for Craft and Design at the Anglesey 2017 National Eisteddfod of Wales.
Five years of Llais y Maes
Llais y Maes is celebrating its fifth birthday at this year's Eisteddfod.
What's new in 2017?
One of the questions most frequently asked every year as the schedules and programmes are prepared and published is ‘what’s new this year?’
Whistlestop tour of the festival field
Everyone are new or unfamiliar visitors when they arrive on the Maes for the first time.
Gwyn Hughes Jones returns to his roots for Gala Concert
One of the stars of the opera world returns to his Anglesey roots during this year’s Eisteddfod, as Gwyn Hughes Jones steps onto the Pavilion stage to perform in a special gala concert on Saturday 5 August at 20:00.