Festival No. 6

last updated: Fri 29th Sep 2017

Started in 2012, Festival No. 6 takes place in Portmeirion, Wales the location for the cult 60's TV series The Prisoner, hence the name being a reference to the show.

Portmeirion was constructed between 1925 and 1975 byarchitect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis and the village is a bizarre and elaborate interpretation of a Mediterranean villa.

The festival offers a bespoke line-up of musical acts alongside a range of alternative activities. These include cinema screenings, street theatre, prose and poetry readings, midnight masquerades, cliff-top comedy stages, secret parties, impromptu interactive moments and even participate in cultural lectures and debates.

The rugged Welsh landscape will also offer punters the opportunity to get physical with activities and it's worth heading to the furthest viewing area for an amazing view of the estuary.



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