#letthecultureshine: Win Tickets to Long Song at Chichester Festival Theatre this Weekend!



4 November 2021 to 7 November 2021

Ani Glass (photo by Carys Huws)

Wales Millennium Centre has announced the full line-up for its flagship international arts festival, Festival of Voice, which returns to Cardiff Bay this autumn from 4-7 November. Twenty artists have been confirmed to perform on Wales Millennium Centre's incredible Donald Gordon Theatre stage in what will be a more intimate edition of the festival this year.

Acts include composer Max Richter, performing for the first time in Wales with Sinfonia Cymru; Keynote address by Brian Eno; Roger Eno; recently reformed Scottish indie rock band Arab Strap; English synthpop band Hot Chip; Zimbabwean singer and mbira dzavadzimu player Stella Chiweshe; Charlotte Church’s Late Night Pop Dungeon; Drumming with Colin Currie Group and Synergy Vocals; Tricky performing with a full live band; in their first Welsh show, American singer and cellist Kelsey Lu; Cardiff-based rap artist Juice Menace; Scottish multi-instrumentalist Anna Meredith; Gruff Rhys; art-punk act Nuha Ruby Ra and Ghostpoet.

Wales Millennium Centre’s Artistic Director Graeme Farrow said: “It feels absolutely wonderful to be able to bring the Festival of Voice back after such a challenging time in our lives. We have twenty incredible acts performing over the four days and the fact that these events will be held on the Donald Gordon Theatre stage, with the audience on stage too will make these events truly special and intimate. We’re looking forward to welcoming many acts to Cardiff for their very first time and I can’t wait to celebrate and hear powerful voices from all over the world this year and every year from now on”.

Ticket prices: Thursday £45 | Friday £55 | Saturday £55 | Sunday £45, ON SALE NOW!

For further information, visit the WMC website