Thanks to everyone who came to this year's festival. It was our tenth-anniversary edition and a lot of people rated it the best yet, which was nice. Here are a few more nice things people said about it.
"Laugharne 2017 was the best festival I've been to in decades. It had a superb line-up that ran from beginning to end of the three days. The atmosphere was excellent and allowed the 'performers' to hang out with the audiences. Wandering down the street and bumping into John Cooper Clarke or Roger McGough was quite surreal. To see people like Jeremy Deller or producer John Leckie talk in depth about their work was fascinating. Laugharne itself is a fantastic location and I had a great time. The football game we arranged between 'Laugharne Weekenders' and 'Laugharne locals' drew a crowd of a hundred and I made a lot of friends. I'm definitely going back" - James Brown (author and magazine editor)
"Well organised, unfussy and jolly" - Roger McGough ( poet and radio presenter )
"You can't beat Laugharne for festival fun. Artists and audience are united like in no other place. There really is nowhere like it" - Irvine Welsh ( author and scriptwriter )
"One of my absolute favourites now, Laugharne felt like a cross between the loveliest holiday, festival, concert and nature walk combined into one ale-fuelled weekend" - Hollie McNish ( Ted Hughes Award winning poet )
" What a wonderful hotchpotch of words, village beauty, books, music and madness." - Gemma Cairney ( Radio One presenter and author )
"I had a brilliant time and thought the festival was charming and wonderfully relaxed" - Sir Tony Robinson ( author, TV presenter and actor )
"Is there not a verb to Laugharne ? Meaning to hang out and absorb music, poetry, comedy and have wild conversations with special people in a very special place. I'll be doing it again next year. - John Leckie ( Stone Roses, Radiohead, Muse producer )