It seems the Arts Council Wales has launched the application process for the Festival UK*2022 but is this not B Johnson's BREXIT FESTIVAL? ?
As 95% of the creative industries did not vote for Brexit who wants this Festival?
By the time this festival happens, if it goes ahead, we may well find that touring in Europe will be very difficult and very expensive. Admin will increase and extra expenses for the carnet system will make it almost impossible for small companies to make a…Continue
Posted on September 27, 2020 at 17:12 — 1 Comment
We at Small World Theatre have closed to the public, Not only have visiting acts cancelled decimating a great programme of shows and events, a straw poll of audience members and event providers concur that as Government advice is to avoid theatres there will be no audience to buy tickets. A predictable response. As we are not ACW supported, have no core funds to sustain us we face a very uncertain period. We really wish to carry on and get back up running when this virus is under control. As…Continue
Posted on March 18, 2020 at 10:06
Ironic that being a theatre director , performer and maker it all gets too busy, all at once, and it is hard to get to actually see other pieces of theatre, events and shows. Managed to catch On Bear Ridge at the Sherman but that is a 4 hour round trip. Wanting to see Monolith at the Principality Stadium but booked and working on those days.
i should post up our events as we have 3 or even 4 lantern parades ending up with the 4th Cardigan lantern parade that attracted over 10,000…Continue
Posted on October 24, 2019 at 17:03
From inside the belly of the beast:
Making a monster.
Small World had an idea, let’s make a monster that comes from the deep, a mysterious big presence that arrives on a Welsh beach and drops off a load of ocean plastic. Somehow communicating that this stuff is new to the ocean environment and not wanted. For millennia the creatures of…Continue
Posted on August 30, 2018 at 11:44