Youth Arts Cymru Network

Casgliad 2018

28th – 29th April

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Casgliad 2018 is created by inspiring and leading practitioners from Wales and the UK – 20 Stories HighCardboard CitizensYoung IdentityOperasonicMess up the MessCommon Wealth TheatreValleys KidsWelsh National OperaFioWales Millennium Centre and Jukebox.

Connect with the YANC network, and find out what’s coming up including RawFfest, Wales Youth Arts Festival.

Casgliad 2018 welcomes youth arts practitioners, emerging artists, students and anyone interested in a vibrant future for this essential sector.

Download E-Flyer here

View BSL flyer below

Venue: Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Pl, Cardiff Bay CF10 5AL

Booking: Tickets range from £5 – £60. Discounts for concessions and YANC members. Day and weekend tickets available. Please note this event is for those aged 18 and over.

Access: Casgliad is for everyone. Casgliad will be bilingual, wheelchair-accessible, and captioned for those who are Deaf and Hard of hearing. Contact YANC to book requirements prior to event.

Just booking a day ticket?

Cannot come for exciting ride of two days? The Casgliad programme is spread out over the weekend, so here is a rough guide to who is doing what on each day, to help you buy a one day ticket that feels right for you –

Saturday 28 April – Includes masterclasses, workshops, and discussion with 20 Stories High (Liverpool), Cardboard Citizens (London), and Youth Arts Network Cymru members including FioMess up the Mess, and Valleys Kids, as well as some surprise showcase performances. There is also an additional option of an evening social out in the bright lights of Cardiff!

Sunday 29 April – Includes masterclasses, workshops, and discussion with Young Identity (Manchester), as well as a focus on Welsh practice with a diverse range of Welsh companies and practitioners including Jukebox Collective(Dance), Common Wealth Theatre, Pete Duncan (Circus and Trainer), Operasonic (Music) and Rabab Ghazoul (Visual Arts). Youth Arts Network Cymru members will also be running creativity exchange sessions for artists to share practice and get hands on trying new ideas.

For booking,further details and for the BSL flyer please go here

Youth Arts Network Cymru

Casgliad 2018

28th – 29th April

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Casgliad 2018 is created by inspiring and leading practitioners from Wales and the UK – 20 Stories HighCardboard CitizensYoung IdentityOperasonicMess up the MessCommon Wealth TheatreValleys KidsWelsh National OperaFioWales Millennium Centre and Jukebox.

Connect with the YANC network, and find out what’s coming up including RawFfest, Wales Youth Arts Festival.

Casgliad 2018 welcomes youth arts practitioners, emerging artists, students and anyone interested in a vibrant future for this essential sector.

Download E-Flyer here

View BSL flyer below

Venue: Wales Millennium Centre, Bute Pl, Cardiff Bay CF10 5AL

Booking: Tickets range from £5 – £60. Discounts for concessions and YANC members. Day and weekend tickets available. Please note this event is for those aged 18 and over.

Access: Casgliad is for everyone. Casgliad will be bilingual, wheelchair-accessible, and captioned for those who are Deaf and Hard of hearing. Contact YANC to book requirements prior to event.

Just booking a day ticket?

Cannot come for exciting ride of two days? The Casgliad programme is spread out over the weekend, so here is a rough guide to who is doing what on each day, to help you buy a one day ticket that feels right for you –

Saturday 28 April – Includes masterclasses, workshops, and discussion with 20 Stories High (Liverpool), Cardboard Citizens (London), and Youth Arts Network Cymru members including FioMess up the Mess, and Valleys Kids, as well as some surprise showcase performances. There is also an additional option of an evening social out in the bright lights of Cardiff!

Sunday 29 April – Includes masterclasses, workshops, and discussion with Young Identity (Manchester), as well as a focus on Welsh practice with a diverse range of Welsh companies and practitioners including Jukebox Collective(Dance), Common Wealth Theatre, Pete Duncan (Circus and Trainer), Operasonic (Music) and Rabab Ghazoul (Visual Arts). Youth Arts Network Cymru members will also be running creativity exchange sessions for artists to share practice and get hands on trying new ideas.

For booking,further details and for the BSL flyer please go here