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Thursday - 27 April 2017
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra return to Pontio’s Theatr Bryn Terfel on Wednesday, 10th May at 7.30pm, bringing with them harpsichord virtuoso Mahan Esfahani for a feast of Baroque music.
Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education, is delighted to announce that Children’s Art Week is back for 2017, running from Saturday 10 until Sunday 18 June.
Including works by
Fikret Atay | Becky Beasley | Simon Bedwell | Claire Makhlouf Carter
Edward Onslow Ford | Loie Fuller and The Lumiére Brothers | Henry Fuseli
Richard Hamilton | Gustav Metzger | Katrina Palmer | Gavin Turk | Giulio Paolini
Bridget Riley | Jo Spence | Carolee Schneeman | Francesca Woodman
Tuesday - 25 April 2017
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru is delighted to announce its programme for the forthcoming season.
Thursday - 20 April 2017
South Wales based social enterprise Get the Chance have been announced as runners up in the Celebrating Diversity Award at the national 2017 Epic Awards organised by Voluntary Arts.
Margam Country Park has been chosen as the first venue in Wales to host a unique virtual reality experience in partnership with Migrations.
Wednesday - 19 April 2017
It is with enormous sadness that we note the loss of Michael Bogdanov, one of Wales’s most important and dynamic theatre voices.
Wednesday - 12 April 2017
New website takes visitors on an interactive storybook tour through Wales
Monday - 10 April 2017
The British Council has launched Future Leaders Connect, a programme seeking exceptional individuals from across the UK and the world – to discuss the most significant global issues facing the next generation, and young people from Wales are invited to take part.
Friday - 07 April 2017
A west Wales based chocolate company, a prison in Bridgend and a boatyard on Anglesey are just some of the organisations shortlisted for the coveted Arts & Business (A&B) Cymru Awards 2017
Wednesday - 05 April 2017
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru celebrates creativity in Carmarthen with 'Soprano and Chalk on the Street’ on the Get Creative weekend
Tony Hall with cultural leaders across the UK launches new creative partnership to get more people participating in the arts.
Friday - 31 March 2017
The Get Creative Weekend, giving people the chance to do something, make something and get creative, returns for its second year on April 7-9. Welsh arts, cultural and voluntary organisations, groups and societies are staging events across Wales to celebrate the country’s creativity.
Wednesday - 29 March 2017
On 29 March, 2017, the United Kingdom Government triggered Article 50, initiating the process of exiting from the UK’s membership of the European Union.
Monday - 27 March 2017
Pontio are delighted to announce today, (24 March 2017), the headliner for their summer event, Gwledd Syrcas Feast, which will bring the best in contemporary circus and aerial performance to the arts and innovation centre in the centre of the city of Bangor between 18-27 July 2017.
Finland’s Race Horse Company brings a genuinely jaw-dropping circus extravaganza to Wales
Wednesday - 22 March 2017
Wales Millennium Centre and Omidaze Productions combine politics and tragedy in new Romeo and Juliet
Friday - 17 March 2017
To celebrate the launch of the Get Creative Weekend, April 7-9, Theatr Brycheiniog have teamed up with award winning dance and installation artist Phil Williams for a spectacular interactive project that will transform Pen y Fan into Wales’s largest living art installation, Friday April 7.
Theatr Mwldan and Cardigan Castle are delighted to announce an evening of song with Catrin Aur, a multi-award winning Welsh soprano from Beulah, and Côrdydd, one of the most popular mixed choirs in Wales.
Tuesday - 14 March 2017
Cardiff-based arts organisations are collaborating on a new family dance event which will tour across Wales this Easter – Family Dance Festival (7-22 April).
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