With three major festivals, a 4K digital cinema-theatre and live music venues,
you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how much goes on here!
Our aim at PEPPERS is to offer a service that is high quality and unique to everyone that comes through our door. PEPPERS Fishguard is a hub for the arts that features a diverse live music program, quickly gaining the reputation as an exciting jazz venue, as well as programming classical, contemporary and folk music.
The surroundings are curated by the West Wales Arts Centre with leading fine artists’ work on display while, in the kitchen, we source many of our ingredients locally, cook them fresh with a passion and we create our drinks menus to have distinctive originality.
Fishguard Folk Festival
Fishguard’s Folk Festival brings together a unique mix of local talent and well-known performers to provide four days of songs, tunes and dance. Most events are still free, only four ticketed concerts and whether you want to play, sing, dance or just watch and listen, there is always a choice of things to do throughout this fun-packed friendly festival.
The Fishguard Folk Music Session plays every Tuesday evening in the Royal Oak from around 7pm until 10pm. This is an informal session, featuring folk and traditional performers, chanties, Welsh songs, Irish jigs and reels. Everyone is welcome to come along and join in, even if you are a beginner.
Fishguard Festival of Music
Friday 4th August to 3rd September at various venues.
For more than fifty years, Fishguard Festival of Music has been bringing world-class performers to this most beautiful part of West Wales. A wonderfully varied and impressive series of orchestral concerts, chamber recitals, jazz, folk and world music can be heard in venues in and around Fishguard.
We are back with a bang with two Aberjazz festivals in 2021! The 17th Fishguard Jazz & Blues Festival which will now be held over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend (28th April to 3rd May) and the 18th Fishguard Jazz & Blues Festival which will as usual run for five days over the August Bank Holiday weekend, from 26th to 30th August. Let the good times roll again.
The 1920s will be forever associated with jazz, so throughout this decade we will be celebrating 100 years since the birth of jazz and blues. Our programmes will reflect the style and flavour of 1920s, think of flappers, speakeasies, Charleston and all that jazz.
Theatr Gwaun as a community venue for both cinema and theatre. The venue is programmed quarterly with a varied selection of commercial, world and art-house films together with drama, music and comedy with volunteers playing a major role in its day-to-day management. It is available for hire by private, public and community organisations at competitive rates.
Theatr Gwaun has been upgraded to state of the art Sony 4K digital, with top-of-the-range surround sound, to host a wide range of Theatre and Live events. And the best value ticket prices in West Wales, for adults and children, and a special family ticket price (2×2) !
Find Jemima and Her Friends
Local heroine, Jemima, is hiding with 15 of her friends around Fishguard and Goodwick. In 1797 when a French army invaded Pembrokeshire, Jemima Nicholas made a name for herself by rounding up 12 French soldiers with a pitch-fork, single handed! It’s also said that a further two soldiers were hiding in a barn – she went in after them and, when she came out again, she had one under each arm!
The Jemima Trail is fun for all the family, with a bit of history, a local heroine and a chance to win!