Event Itinerary – Midsummer Gathering in Cardiff June 29th – The Alarm

The Alarm’s Midsummer Gathering in Cardiff on Saturday June 29th is going to be a jam-packed affair with breaking news that Dave Sharp is announced as special guest, to appear alongside Mike Peters, The Alarm and the Morriston Orpheus Male Voice Choir.

Mike and Dave will be joining the Morriston Orpheus Choir for an extremely special 30th Anniversary rendition of the classic A New South Wales and Bells of Rhymney.

Also on the agenda is a World Premiere of The Alarm’s revealing and brand new feature length documentary THE WHITE COUNT, which will take place at 16:30 in Stiwdio 1 followed by a Q&A with the band hosted by MC Gareth Jones.

All events take place at Cardiff University with the Main Stage in The Great Hall and the fringe events situated in Stiwdio 1/ 2 which are both located adjacent to The Great Hall. (For full event itinerary – see below).

The Alarm Midsummer Gathering
The Great Hall / Stiwdio 1 / Stiwdio 2
Cardiff University Students Union
Park Place,
CF10 3QN

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June 29th 2019
The Great Hall, Cardiff University

Event Itinerary:

1600 ∑ Doors / Bar Open for Stiwdio 1 and Stiwdio 2
1630 ∑ Stiwdio 1 – WHITE COUNT – World Premiere
             First ever screening of brand new Alarm feature length documentary.
1800 ∑ Q&A with The Alarm in Stiwdio 1
             The Alarm in a post screening conversation with Gareth ‘Gaz Top’ Jones
1800 ∑ Doors to Great Hall Open
1830 ∑ Film in Stiwdio 1 – THE WHITE COUNT
            Second screening of the brand new Alarm feature length documentary

1815 ∑ Androo Gwyn – Main Stage
1845 ∑ Chris Summerill – Stiwdio 2 Stage 
1900 ∑ Dave Sharp Main Stage with special guest appearance from Mike Peters
2000 ∑ Morriston Orpheus Male Voice Choir Main Stage with Mike Peters and Dave Sharp
2300 ∑ The Aftershow
         Andi Badge DJ – Stiwdio 2-  Meet and Greet
NB: Itinerary subject to change