November 29th to December 24th (official opening on the 6th of December 2015, opened by Nêst Thomas, Principal Officer for museums and the arts Gwynedd Council.
Bill Swann – The Colour of India exhibition of Glass by Bill Swann makes a final showing at the end of a two year tour of Wales at Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw Llanbedrog.
Disability Arts Cymru – Austerity/Extravagance. Annual mixed exhibition by members of the group.
Mixed Christmas exhibition by gallery artists – all works for sale and available to purchase through the Arts Council Collector Plan Scheme.
Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw
Telephone: 01758 740 763
Following a momentous 2015, which saw them achieve record-breaking attendance figures and form a major part of Newport Live, they begin 2016 with a jam-packed season of events, performances, cinema screenings and workshops.
But let’s hold our horses for a moment – have you sorted out all your Christmas shopping yet? Newport Live can offer you a range of ideal Christmas presents for all the family:
From chuckles with the hilarious Debra Stephenson for the comedy queen in your life, to the heart-warming tale of rugby legend Ray “Grav“ Gravell – a perfect present for Dads and Grandads – The Riverfront has got some cracking Christmas pressies lined up. There’s even something for the li’l ‘uns in the form of the colourful and kooky Shiny – a unique participatory performance where all that glitters unfolds before your very eyes.
2016 is also set to be a great year in the music stakes. With top-class tribute acts such as Whitney: Queen of the Night, Frankie Valli celebrators The Sherry Babys and the utterly brilliant A Night of Queen – The Bohemians rocking the Springtime stage, as well as the return of classical music favourites Sinfonia Cymru, there truly is something to cater to everyone’s musical taste.
For more information please see the new Spring brochure here.
We want to tell you about Cheryl Beer’s new fundraising album ‘apples in the rain’ , a collection of recordings from her time as a Sound Healer in France this September.
All profits from the sale of the album help her to continue her Award Winning work with Sound Memories, a Sound Therapy Project for people with dementia, their families and carers. Here is a link to tell you all about the project.
It would mean a great deal to her and those benefiting from Sound Memories, if you could find it in your heart to purchase the album by downloading it from this link: –
With Christmas round the corner, why not gift your loved ones ‘apples in the rain’.