Monday 1 November 2010, 14:35
A short while ago, resident BBC Wales Music blogger Adam Walton was raving about the theAbsurd Festival, which is being held at Clwyd Theatr Cymru. As a Mold native, Adam's normal exuberance for new Welsh music seems to have magnified as he's able to celebrate a festival full of it in his former hometown.
Adam is on the line-up at theAbsurd Festival, which will feature artists from the more left-field and less commercialised side of Welsh art and music. It happens this Saturday 6 November from 4pm, and there's a whole host of musical entertainment lined-up including Gallops, Yucatan, Spencer McGarry Season and Cyrion.
Rhys Trimble. Photo courtesy of Academi
The festival will also feature visual arts and the spoken word. Poets taking part at the festival include Rhys Trimble, Zoe Skoulding (with Parking Non-Stop) and Childe Roland. Artists exhibiting work at the event include Meirion Alan Ginsberg and Jonathon Humphreys.