We’re busy working on plans for our 2023 festival
If you missed anything in 2022, you can now buy an on demand pass for a link to watch the recordings
Panel: Poetry & Mindfulness
Sascha Akhtar, Dom Bury, Cath Drake and Vanessa Lampert discuss what poetry and mindfulness have in common with chair Siân Melangell Dafydd.
FIRST THURSDAY SHOWCASE with Amy Wack
Former Seren poetry editor Amy Wack invites a group of regular attendees to Seren’s monthly First Thursday to read alongside her in this special showcase
Poetry & Empowerment
Eric Ngalle Charles, Hannah Hodgson, Kim Moore & Golnoosh Nour discuss the term empowerment and its meaning in connection with their own poetry with chair Zoë Brigley.
Keeping our event hybrid
Seren Cardiff Poetry Festival 2022 was live streamed via amam.cymru from The Atrium in Cardiff. If you missed anything, you can watch the recordings back online now. To receive the link, order a £5 Festival On Demand Pass.
Our in person venue is The Atrium, University of South Wales, 86-88 Adam Street, Cardiff, CF24 2FN.
There is an NCP car park on Adam Street, directly opposite the entrance to Atrium. The St David’s Centre car park is also nearby (6 minute walk).
The nearest stations are Cardiff Queen Street (7 minute walk) and Cardiff Central (12 minute walk). Please be aware that there are rail strikes affecting train links on Saturday 30th July.
Local taxis are available through Dragon Taxis and Uber is also usually quite reliable.
Find further details about the venue and access on our Accessibility Page.
Seren Cardiff Poetry Festival is an annual celebration of live poetry, workshops, panel discussions and debate, based in the heart of Cardiff.
University of South Wales
86-88 Adam St
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