What’s happening at Clyne?
SPECIAL EVENTS AT CLYNE FARM CENTRE
Clyne Farm Centre lends itself to a wide variety of different events. From plays, dinners, book launches, fundraisers, & filming shoots. We have seen it all at Clyne over the years. Got an idea for an event? Just get in touch.
SPRING SUPPER & COOKERY DEMO
Saturday 1st April 2023 at 6pm
A CELEBRATION OF SPRING FOOD ON GOWER with Good Food Gŵyr.
Sit back and relax with a glass of wine whilst learning how to make a selection of delicious dishes using the best seasonal produce from Swansea & The Gower Peninsula. Enjoy a cookery demonstration, with lots of tastings, followed by a supper of the dishes you’ve been shown. Gain new skills and cooking confidence, discover where to source local ingredients, support local farmers and growers, and enjoy a delicious sociable supper!
The evening will take place in our atmospheric 400-year-old stone barn. There will be a pop-up bar serving a range of drinks including local Gower beers. Plenty of free car parking.
- Welcome drink & tasty nibbles.
- Cookery demonstration with the lovely Suzy & Sophie (pictured above) from Good Food Gŵyr, with lots of tastes along the way.
- Supper of a delicious main course & pudding.
- Great company in a relaxed & fun atmosphere.
- All recipes in an illustrated e-book.
ADVANCE TICKETS ONLY
£50 per guest.
BOOK ONLINE or call 01792 403333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Numbers are limited for this exclusive event so secure your place at the supper table today!
To make the most of the evening why not stay in one of our cosy cottages? Special discounted one-night offers for supper guests.
FOLLOW THE CLUES…
Murder Mystery Dinner! Coming to Clyne soon. 2023 date to be confirmed. Check back here for details or check our social media.
MIKE PHILLIPS & S4C
Film shoot with Ex Welsh Rugby International Mike Phillips who put Senghenydd Sirens Women Rugby Squad through their paces and through the mud on Challenge Valley – the Muddiest Assault Course in the World! Filmed for a S4C documentary.
Written by Ken Blakemore and performed by Fluellen Theatre Company to a packed audience in our stone barn.
WINDSONGS OF THE BLESSED BAY
Performed as part of the prestigious ‘Being Human’ festival in conjunction with the Research Institute for Arts and Humanities at Swansea University, Clyne Farm hosted ‘Windsongs of the Blessed Bay’ a mythic play with music and puppetry which explores family, community and heritage from the perspective of a young blind woman, Betrys.
The play is written by award-winning dramatist Professor David Britton, head of creative writing at Swansea University. Members of the cast gave a 30-minute presentation on poetic narrative and music followed by an interactive workshop on ‘creating drama from heritage.’