Bobby Britnell

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THE BETTWS TRIANGLE ~ Free Arts and Music Festival

Building on the success of last year’s music and arts festival in the hills at Bettws y crwyn we are holding another festival this year. We have called it the Bettws Triangle, but we promise you will not disappear! This time there are three venues, Black Mountain Chapel, (SY7 8PJ), St Mary’s Church, (LD7 1UD) and Moor Hall Studio, (SY7 8PH) each hosting an array of top musicians and community choirs over three days, complemented by an exhibition of watercolours by Josie Crompton-Morris at Black Mountain Chapel and Bobby Britnell’s students’ work (Moor Art 1 and 2) at Moor Hall Studio.

There will be a fantastic line up of musicians and singing groups including, Lisa Beznosiuk, Richard Tunnicliffe, John Kirkpatrick MBE, Benji Kirkpatrick, Sue Harris, Polly Bolton, BouZaTina, David Reynolds, Sue Arnaboldi, Rapsquillion, Men From Off, John Hymas with the Presteigne Pop Choir, Castle Voices, Castle Carols and Clunsing. There will be two performances each afternoon at each of the three venues.

Come along to experience the creative life in Bettws-y-crwyn. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the uplifting, stirring and often ‘fun’ music in this glorious countryside, Bring your boots and enjoy a walk along the quiet lanes between the three venues?

For more information and a programme see or contact Bobby and Martin Britnell on 01547 510664

Supported by The Garreg Lwyd Hill Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund

EXHIBITIONS 2017 to 2018



A new exhibition DIS/rupt which was previewed at The Stroud International Textiles festival in May 2017 is now on tour, showing at Oldham Art Gallery, Minerva Centre, Llanidloes and then at Tweeddales,Peebles. Mre venues to possibly follow.


A collaborative project which reflects the heritage, the significance and the importance of bark cloth, from the Buganda Kingdom of Southern Uganda. The exhibition will explore the importance that bark cloth has to each of the two artists, Jose Hendo and Bobby Briynell and how they use the bark cloth in their own creative works. Bark cloth has been manufactured in Uganda for centuries and is Uganda’s sole representative on the UNESCO intangible Cultural Heritage Lists, ensuring its protection for the future. Despite its decline over the years the kingdom of Buganda is at last seeing a revival of this ancient craft. This exhibition will reflect these many different facets in a show where these two artists share a passion for the environment and wider global challenges. Each of the artists wishes to share their knowledge and make a positive contribution to revival of bark cloth.

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  • Work by Bobby Britnell
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  • Work by Bobby Britnell
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