WHERE TO find us:

Llangollen Pavilion, Abbey Road, Llangollen, Denbighshire. LL20 8SW

Traditionally called 'The Gateway to Snowdonia, where Wales meets the world,'  the beautiful town of Llangollen nestles in the lush Dee Valley.  Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham are all within easy reach.  Exhibitors at our event come from Cornwall, Suffolk, Northern Ireland and the far north of Scotland - all corners of the UK! 

Llangollen pavilion 

Abbey Road,  Llangollen,
Denbighshire.  LL20 8LN

Open 10:AM - 5:00PM

Saturday & Sunday

11th. & 12th. August 2017

grand faery ball:

Saturday 11th.  August 2018

7:PM 'til Midnight

the grand faery ball

    7.00 pm 'til midnight  - strictly for the grown-ups!

Dress up in all your faery finery and dance the night away to three live bands playing the danciest music!  

This year the line up includes the wonderfully quirky Captain of the Lost Waves ,the very dancey Hedgegods, the fun and feel-good Driven Serious and the stunning Black Veil Tribal Dance.

                                        Driven Serious

Staying in llangollen 

Accommodation is plentiful in and around Llangollen, however, we advise visitors that if they intend to stay over, then early booking is essential, as August is a very busy time for our lovely town.  There are many hotels, B&B's and campsites in and around Llangollen, all within easy reach of our venue.



The town of Hay on Wye with its many bookshops and famous literary festival is a favourite spot for readers and writers alike.

But we're faeries, so our own special mini literary festival within the festival is called Way on Hye - see what we did there?!

Inside the large arena you will find a group of dedicated faery and fantasy writers all keen to show you their work and discuss their ideas.  There is seating and the authors take it in turn to read from their works. Please see the nearby blackboard for details of times and authors. The atmosphere at the reading circle is lovely and caters for children of all ages plus adults.

Previous years have seen talks by Mary Curtis, author of 'The Goldfish that Jumped,' Dan Baines, infamous creator of The Mummified Fairy and F.R Maher author of the fantasy thriller epic of the dark faeries, 'The Last Changeling.'