Ballet Cymru is taking the annual Wales Summer Dance 2020 online, offering fantastic creative and ballet courses from the company’s studio at their Newport, South Wales home base. Wales Summer Dance 2020 Each course is designed to accommodate a range of levels and experience in ballet, from grade work standard right up to professional level.Continue reading “Ballet Cymru Step Into Summer With Online Dance Events”
S4C programme Hansh are inviting budding film makers across Wales to take part in the Her Ffilm Fer (Short Film Challenge). From Friday 19 June to Sunday 21 June, entrants have a period of 48 hours to create a short original film, in a specific genre, which will be revealed before the start of theContinue reading “Welsh Film Makers Could Win £1,000 in Short Film Competition”
A carer’s poem about her job has been brought to life in the form of a television advert, created by the WeCare Wales campaign.
The latest Performance for Lockdown presents Adele Cordner performing her poem, Oh My Darlings, I Did My Best.
National Dance Company Wales (NDCWales) will be launching its new online programme, KiN: Connected, on Thursday 16 April across its website and social media channels as part of the Company’s desire to create a community for dance online with audiences, participants and the sector.
Visitors to wales Millennium Centre may have noticed the epic installation of planet earth, floating majestically in the Centre’s foyer during the summer.
Four brand new, short films made by pupils from four schools in South Wales will be screened at an event in Wales Millennium Centre on Wednesday 20th November.
Loyalty, love, and London Gin! Mrs Peachum’s Guide to Love and Marriage has it all, plus the opportunity to grab a ticket for a single penny, only at Blackwood Miners’ Institute on Thursday November 21st!
The third biennial Cardiff Dance Festival brings acclaimed artists and companies from across Wales, the UK and internationally to Cardiff for a celebration of contemporary dance.
Classical Playlist: LIVE presented by BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales’ at the Brangwyn Hall [5 October] offers an alternative way to enjoy classical music. The event aims to deliver an accessible, enveloping experience that showcases a wide variety of music in a relaxed listening environment.