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Limited Early Bird Tickets NOW ON SALE

Our Limited Early Bird Tickets for Beyond the Border International Storytelling Festival 2020 have now gone on sale tonight. This will be the cheapest tickets available for weekend campers and non campers who want to attend the festival from 3-5 July 2020, at Dinefwr, Carmartheshire…. Read more >

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Beyond the Border at Gwledd Food Festival

National Trust Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire. 22-23 June 2019. A feast of storytelling is on offer as part of Gwledd, Dinefwr’s food festival this June.  At the height of midsummer, we celebrate many rich and delicious textures of traditional stories from across the world, featuring some of the… Read more >


We’re recruiting…

As part of the Beyond the Border’s ongoing commitment to developing and enhancing storytelling in its communities, the Company will be recruiting for a new bi-lingual role, Engagement Co-ordinator / Cydlynydd Ymgysylltu. This role will be delivering local engagement activities throughout the year targeting schools and… Read more >

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Thanks a Lot(ttery)!

Thank you so much to the National Lottery Community Fund Wales and all the lottery players, that’s a lot of people! We are very pleased that we have been awarded nearly £10,000 to run an exciting and innovative pilot project, Slow Motion Selfies, in both Swansea and… Read more >


Taking our Hands of Time story project home.

Hands of Time, a story and music collaboration weaving histories and tales from Wales and Rajasthan was premiered at BtB earlier this summer, despite almost half our creative team being missing due to visa difficulties. Nevertheless, the show went on, and then transferred to Festival… Read more >

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BtB 2019 news

Dear BtB Friends and Supporters, We are extremely disappointed and sad to announce that due to circumstances beyond our control Beyond the Border Festival 2019 will no longer take place at St.Donats. Atlantic College are no longer able to host the festival that was planned… Read more >