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WAGSTAFF's

WAGSTAFF's

WAGSTAFF's is a new exhibition of work by contemporary artists shown alongside historical artefacts. It takes as its point of departure a piano and musical instrument dealership of the same name that occupied the current MOSTYN building for over three decades in the years prior to its reinstatement as an art gallery in the 1970s.
WAGSTAFF’S considers the long-standing connection between music and art, and records an interpretation from today’s perspective.
 

MOSTYN (18 Feb 17 - 25 Jun 17)



Past and Present. Terry Setch Paintings

Past and Present. Terry Setch Paintings

Martin Holman has described the beach in Setch’s work as being ”the Nevil Shute - like emblem of civilisations final refuge from nuclear or ecological catastrophe"

BayArt Gallery (31 Mar 17 - 28 Apr 17)



Swansea Printmakers: Selected artists

Swansea Printmakers: Selected artists

Nine members of the Swansea Print Workshop were invited to show their latest work in this exciting exhibition.

Art Matters at the White Lion Street Gallery, Tenby (1-28 Apr 17)



Children's Theatre: The Stones Echo | Carreg Ateb

Children's Theatre: The Stones Echo | Carreg Ateb

Join lively story telling puppet company vagabondi on this captivating journey through the enchanted landscape of ancient Welsh myth. A bilingual production with atmospheric poetry, an evocative soundtrack and a variety of puppetry techniques, this show is designed to inspire and enthral young and old.

 

Ages 3+

 

Starts 2pm

Advance tickets: £5/17.50 (standard/family)

Door tickets: £6/22 (standard/family)

spanarts.org.uk | 01834 869323

Span Arts (11 Apr 17)



Queen Bee at Colby Woodland Gardens

Queen Bee at Colby Woodland Gardens

As Spring stirs, Emily Laurens from award-winning Feral Theatre once again brings a magical mythical tale to Colby Woodland Garden. Join the Storywalk through the meadows and woods as you explore the plants and creatures that live there. A gorgeous family treat of song, storytelling and Feral's unique brand of visual theatre that quietly reminds us of the importance of bees to life.

Explore the Colby meadow with its lovely stream, stepping stones, log bridge and abundant insect life while being taken on a magical adventure this Easter!

Span Arts’ outdoor events aim to engage younger audiences of all ages and abilities, whilst encouraging learning through adventure and play!

spanarts.org.uk | 01834 869323

Span Arts (21 Apr 17)