“Romeo a Juliet” is a dynamic and unique collaboration between 3 of Wales’ outstanding arts organisations, Ballet Cymru, Coreo Cymru (The Dance Creative Producer for Wales) and The Riverfront Theatre in Newport. Continue reading
A day to celebrate the many diverse cultures of Llanelli with performances and workshops including SWICA Carnival Drum and Dance, Indian Dancing, Belly Dancing African Drumming and Dancing, Latin Music, Flamenco Dancing, an Arts and Crafts workshop and the unmissable band. ‘The Cougar You Dance’ A Carribeat Fusion.
Wales one world film festival WOW Film Festival runs from Friday 15 March to Wednesday 3 April Continue reading
Organised by g39/ Warp and Chapter, Cardiff, this will be the eighth in a series of symposium events aimed at discussing the key issues of making and exhibiting contemporary art in Wales. Continue reading
This exhibition of newly commissioned artworks examines the aesthetic power and wider influence of Romani visual arts across the boundaries of culture and language. Continue reading
Celebrating the Iris Prize Film Festival’
Tuesday 26th February
7 – 9pm
(Doors will open at 6.30pm)
Two years ago a group of Somali poets from Butetown walked into the National Theatre Wales office and said they wanted to make a show…
Cardiff story Museum want to recruit a panel of consultants aged 11 – 25 years to help make The Cardiff Story museum more relevant for people of this age range.
It will be an opportunity for the chosen consultants to develop their own exhibition and event.
This February Disability Arts Cymru will be celebrating its 30th year. Continue reading
PRS for Music Foundation is proud to announce the launch of the first ever UK-wide New Music Biennial – supporting and promoting up to twenty brand new commissions by some of the UK’s most exciting composers to be performed across the country and at two special weekend events at London’s Southbank Centre (4-6 July 2014) and Glasgow UNESCO City of Music to coincide with the Commonwealth Games (2-3 August 2014)