Warnings not to eat daffodils can only mean one thing: it's almost St David's Day — and to mark the occasion, the organisers of Wales's excellent indie and alt-folk festival, Green Man, are bringing the best tastes, sounds and dances of Wales to London, with an event called Hwyl*.
Alongside music from Teleman, Sweet Baboo, Stanley Brinks, Georgia Ruth and Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog, there'll be leading Welsh poets, comedians, Welsh craft workshops, plus a pub quiz and board games. As if that weren't enough from the land of the dragon, there's also a Welsh beer and cider festival and traditional tasty Welsh grub.
Last year the Cecil Sharp House event attracted stars of Wales TV series, such as Sherlock, Stella, Da Vinci's Demons and Doctor Who. Even Led Zep front man and roots music supremo Robert Plant turned up to try his toes out at the Twmpath (a Welsh ceilidh).
* — It's not a typo. It means 'emotional fervour' in Welsh.
Hwyl, 28 February, 2pm-midnight, Cecil Sharp House, NW1 7AY. Tickets are £25, available here.